Wicked Witch of the West

Continuing the theme of Witch-ay Woman, (think of the Eagles song when you read that), today we have my take on Margaret Hamilton as the Wicked Witch of the West from the 1939 classic, The Wizard of Oz. That movie was released 70 years ago and is still a big part of pop culture. Amazing. Personally I think the poor witch was misunderstood. Her sister died because of someone new dropping into the neighborhood. And when she comes to grieve, this new girl takes her sister shoes, the only thing of her sisters that wasn't smashed to a bloody pulp. Frankly, Dorothy had it coming. And her little dog too. ;)

Drawn with a Micron and Pitt Brush in a 9" x 12" Canson Drawing Paper pad. Colors with pencils and Photoshop.

This is Post #738