Alice – Original (Walking Disney)

“Would you like and adventure now, our shall we have our tea first?”

Kasami-sensei created an inspiring fan-art series featuring Alice from “Alice in Wonderland” in a Disney-themed style, motivating me to create my own interpretation as well.

Alice is the titular character and protagonist of Lewis Carroll’s whimsical and fantastical novel, “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.” She is a curious, imaginative, and adventurous young girl whose journey through Wonderland takes readers on a surreal and captivating adventure.

What sets Alice apart is her insatiable curiosity and unshakeable determination. At the beginning of the story, she becomes bored while sitting with her sister by the riverbank and follows a white rabbit down a rabbit hole, embarking on a fantastical journey into Wonderland. Her curiosity drives her to explore this strange and dreamlike world, where nothing is quite as it seems.

Alice’s character is marked by her resilience and adaptability. As she encounters a series of bizarre and eccentric characters, including the Cheshire Cat, the Mad Hatter, the Queen of Hearts, and the Caterpillar, she navigates the unpredictable nature of Wonderland with a mixture of bewilderment and courage. Her ability to face the surreal challenges of Wonderland with a sense of wonder and wit makes her a relatable and endearing character.

Throughout her adventures, Alice’s character undergoes growth and self-discovery. She questions the absurdities of Wonderland, challenges authority figures, and remains steadfast in her quest to make sense of the nonsensical. Her journey is one of both literal and metaphorical exploration, as she grapples with the fluidity of reality and identity.

Alice’s adventures serve as a whimsical and thought-provoking exploration of childhood, imagination, and the nonsensical nature of the adult world. Her character has become an enduring symbol of curiosity, resilience, and the capacity for wonder, making her a beloved literary figure for readers of all ages.