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The Wicked Have Come

The Wicked Have Come

The Wicked Have Come by luotakulu
The Wicked Have Come by luotakulu


Wicked witches from the broadway/musical show, "Wicked". This actually took me four days to finish; in which I'd thought I'd upload on Halloween day, but I totally forgot. (Let's just say I did, but the accept system lagged. I'm not saying you blame the admin who checked my drawing, I'm just saying you agree with me that the system was a bit slow and that's why it's delayed.. Okie?~) x'DD

I was skimming through a magazine and I found the "Wicked" broadway show advertisement cover. With the wicked witch behind the good witch; both smiling in mischievous/kind ways. And there I was, "Hey! Lemme draw this in time for Halloween!!" Gah, I find a lot of drawing inspiration these days.

I've always wanted to watch "Wicked" during its debut release several years back, but I never got the chance. Boo hoo.

General Info

General Info

Category Movies » -- Other Movie Not Listed » Other Live action
Date Submitted
Views 393
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Vote Score 1
Comments 6
Media Colored Pencil / Crayon
Time Taken Four days
Reference A colored magazine ad page


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Saltwater on November 7, 2014, 11:00:51 PM

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SaltwaterThese simple shapes create a very interesting composition! :-)

luotakulu on November 10, 2014, 7:53:50 PM

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luotakulu   Thank you, Saltwater! (For confusing me by saying medium-leveled vocabulary!! Harhar.)

Firiel on November 3, 2014, 8:03:55 PM

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FirielI recognized this immediately. ^_^
Do you have any interest in the books?

luotakulu on November 5, 2014, 5:53:54 PM

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luotakulu   WHAAT?! There's a book series for "Wicked"? I did not know that. Hm. > o x

Firiel on November 5, 2014, 9:43:19 PM

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FirielYes there is. :) I haven't gotten far, though. <.< It may be a bit more... gritty than the musical edition, even within the first book, but it's interesting to see how the author borrows from the Oz mythos and reinterprets elements.

luotakulu on November 6, 2014, 4:47:17 PM

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luotakulu   This news is very intriguing. I actually never knew there were books. Now, I thank you, Firiel, for suggesting them to me. Maybe I'll go find a library that has the series. It's good that the novels are unique, you know? Something different from the everyday-ordinary of the "Wizard of Oz". When you say "gritty", I assume there's a twist added in -- something that makes the truth more full-on than the broad-way interpretation, I s'pose?