My god, there's so much to look at! And it's all so detailed!
There's so much creepy grandeur it makes me want to throw a halloween party. I especially love the boney teapot, which looks like it's dripping pumpkin goop. Some things are clear what they are, other things are more elusive. But all if it is compiled into a jar-hanging checkered table of pure awesome.
I don't really even know what it's supposed to be or where it's from, but I can tell you it's awesome! I can't even imagine how much time it took to create this; your dedication skills must be phenomenal.
My fellow Deviant, I must say... I honestly can't tell if this is a fantastic steampunk piece, a delightful Alice In Wonderland-esque sculpture, or the absolute best of both mediums. We are looking at beautifully designed Kinkade-reminiscent furniture set that has been put through the test of time, the trials of nature, and the mind of Tim Burton, and I am pleasantly pleased and astoundingly surprised at the result. All in all, not to be mean or unpleasantly rude to any other, but those half-rate crafters who call themselves artists obviously have not taken half a gander upon this masterful work of art. Well done, and might I add, DO WANT.
I would absolutely love a table like this ... I won'te ask to purchase your art though as I'm sure something so personal is hard to part with not to mention price for sale. I love both Steampunk and Alice and you my friend definatly have mastered both. One of the joys of steampunk art is that it is almost always functional, and alice in wonderland is just well ... mad. but to combine the two is mindblowing to the infinate degree.
So the 'stuff' isn't attached to the table? I see the one picture of the table without it all but I don't know if that was just a picture of it before you attached the stuff. All of those little sculptures on the table would be beautiful pieces to put all around a house. Anyways, totally amazing work all the hard work you obviously put into this really shows.
i won't because the price isn't something that is a part of the ART itself, i want people to enjoy it i'm not expecting to sell it really, if i'd do i'd open sell it on E-bay this is One Off it's not just some kind of work that i sell through the web and if i'll post the number it will look like this work is just some kind of mainstream cheap object i made and not Art... if you get my drift.