Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll
The Queen's face looks a little bit here like her contemporary monarch on the throne of Dr. Dodgson's country.
I'd love to see your take on the Mad Hatter (the origional or Jervis Tetch)
Figures in my sequel to "Alice in Wonderland" before I go into new areas (other doors in that entrance hall to try !). Such as the undead queen of Clubs (She was originally written as the Queen of Spades, but as her staff are all black men, that would be an insult and far from me to do anything racist in my work !). Roget was a brilliant addition, like the Privy Seal, and the aboriginal pre-human Oysterlanders and the sand-dwellers. (heads growing in the beach sand).