YES NOW COLORED! after those times we are finally materializing
(note im still coding our site so pls just view it as it is :) )
alice site ---> http://alice.nevernever-land.com/
(alice in never never land - the Mad hatter or the hatta in the story of of alice through the looking glass
another quick sketch i did in my free time
and by the way heres some quick tid bits from the hatter
The Hatter is generally believed to be based on Theophilus Carter, at one time a servitor at Christ Church, one of the University of Oxford's colleges. He invented an alarm clock bed, exhibited at the Great Exhibition of 1851, that tipped out the sleeper at waking-up time. He later owned a furniture shop, and became known as the Mad Hatter from his habit of standing in the door of his shop wearing a top hat. Sir John Tenniel is reported to have come to Oxford especially to sketch him for his illustrations.
There is also the possibility that the root of the term "mad hatter" is drawn from a time when mercury was used in the process of curing felt used in some hats. It was impossible for hatters to avoid inhaling the mercury fumes given off during the hat making process. Over time, the residual mercury caused neurological damage, as well as confused speech and distorted vision. As the mercury poisoning progressed to dangerously high levels, sufferers could also experience psychotic symptoms, such as hallucinations. Given that anyone exhibiting an altered mental state was dubbed mad at the time, the cause of such malady, and subsequent death of such people doubtless went unexplained for a long time.
-The "10/6" on the Hatter's hat means ten shillings and six pence, the price of the hat in pre-decimalisation British money.)
related DA - http://soulspline.deviantart.com/gallery/31284785#/dzcy8k