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Collab by Nanda Corrêa & Ike Motta ;)
Hope you like it!!! ^ - ^
dorothy never looked so good.
or so much like meagan fox.
awesome! print! $5$5$5$5
sick style 5
wow, great work!
great job. and dorothy looks hot. hah
this is beyond amazing. print for sure!
thats gorgeous def 5
quite possibly the best i've ever seen on this site.
wow. amazing. ps the title rocks!
amazing, seriously beautiful
we are really happy for all the comments and votes...
Thanks a lot everyone!!!!! ^ - ^
That is a legendary score!
congrats on the score this is an Instaprint™
ABSOLUTELY NEED TO BE PRINTED!!!
Unfortunately i find out this only now...
Sooo Great!!! Congrats on the score. Print!
yes! congrats! :)
Congrats! I'm so buying this! Love the Wizard of Oz. This is fantastic!
wow! simply amazing
Is it just me or does this look like an illustration of "The Wizard Of Battlestar Galactica" with an all Cylon cast? Featuring Dorothy "Boomer" Gale and Cowardly "Colonel Tigh" Lion, lol.
Congrats on the print. Was surprised to see this on the front page since there was another Wizard of Oz design printed not too long ago. Just picked this up in today's awesome sale!
With a score like that it had to print - congrats!
Congrats Nanda! awesome collab ad watercolor technique! =)
Thanks a lot!!!! ___
Bought the shirt, just arrived two days ago and I'm wearing it now. Already getting lots of compliments! I loved how you "toughen" up the charactors! Especially the Lion!
I would love this as a canvas print.
it really looks like a dream come true :)
Wow, I love the Wizard of OZ, favourite movie of all time. I collect stuff too. This is gorgeous.
did you paint this on paper?
how does one make it ready for screen print?
how can one seperate the colors?
would appreciate a quick response :)