in Art Love It Somewhere, over the rainbow – WIP by Alex Ledante January 16, 2019, 12:59 am 148 Views 10 Votes 21 Comments Toto, I think you’re still in Kansas. Just outside of Auntie Em’s trailer. And you know how much tornadoes love a trailer park, so it isn’t looking good for you. Read LaterAdd to FavouritesAdd to CollectionReport What do you think? 10 points Upvote Downvote Browse and manage your votes from your Member Profile Page cutoffsdogecchifanserviceotakupigtailspinupsexyWIPwizard of oz Written by Alex Ledante facebook googleplus pinterest twitter 21 Comments Leave a Reply The first one is my favorite. I love her hair, boots, well let’s say everything. 1 Log in to Reply wait until she gets the ruby cowboy boots… Log in to Reply Such great imagination and creativity you always have. 1 Log in to Reply I grew up with Wizard of Oz and I guess it grew up with me, too… Log in to Reply It’s just something original and unique … it knows how … congratulations dear friend 1 Log in to Reply it is a sassy, modern take on a classic… Log in to Reply I like the way you have extended and broadened the elements of the story. 1 Log in to Reply I like to do variations on fairytales which are in the public domain 1 Log in to Reply This a very good character for a new series of art works. 1 Log in to Reply Thanks, the main theme is “rainbows only come after the storm” Log in to Reply That is a nice and original name. 1 Log in to Reply the idea is about how we deal with disaster and adversity Log in to Reply That is so true since I do remember seeing the signs that read “Keep calm and…” 1 What are these for? Do you have upcomiing exhibit again? 1 Log in to Reply This is a personal project, but I have submitted Zhu Baije to a show. I will let you know if he is accepted… 1 Log in to Reply ahhh i see so you work on these arts then submit or they tell you what they want, you do then submit? 1 Log in to Reply Ideally, I have already done a piece and then find out about a show that might want it. Sometimes I do a piece specifically for a show and then it doesn’t even get accepted… Log in to Reply so how are you paid (just curious), by sale of your arts or by each submission. 1 By sale, and I’ve never heard of an artist being paid to submit… What a superb post friend. Your work always extremely excellent. 1 Log in to Reply How kind of you to say. This is a series I’ve wanted to do for a while… Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.