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Crude joke or social commentary? You decide...
great illustration, the tiny spindle legs are sort of irking me, but otherwise good job! $5
Love the style and colors but the "got milk" slogan parodies are SOOOO PLAYYYYED. 3
Nice work! My current design is similar to this.
great work $$5
Love the style!
his legs are silly
he does have very small legs...but i love his arm hair.
haha, wood...that's good, tiny legs bother me a little as well but over all great work!
nice style, reminds me of yogi bear and flintstones all wrapped into one..
Like the style too... And the joke! 5+++
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funny! but, dare i say... too much green?
now now, there is some blue in there
it's a shame this is drawn so well because it's such a lame joke
he still got a tree right behind him! hehehe...
very well done!!!
Great illustration. Maybe too green? I get monochromatic, but this doesn't have enough contrast throughout so it goes flat.
IT REMINDS ME OF THAT TOTAL DRAMA SHOW FROM CARTOON NETWORK. WEIRD. VERY GOOD EXECUTION MAN.! GOOD STUFF
LUMBER JACKS DONT NEED STRONG LEGS I GUESS... HE IS A LITTLE TOP HEAVY!
^that's one extreme complement
it looks like he's wearing no pants! Fix that and it would be wizard
lol@still-happy birdie on the destroyed tree. Really nice style but pretty lame joke imo.
I know it's a lame joke, but I'm pretty lame, so I think it works out
lmao I love how it looks like he has no pants.
such an awesome shirt.
It wasn't really my intent to make him look pants-less (he is wearing pants), but I guess it adds another layer to this double entendre-laden cliche joke.
Everyone keeps talking about the joke, so I'll just smile :) However, I love the style, and I think the color palette is great here :) Someone said that they thought it looked too flat; I disagree. You have not just greens in there, but yellow greens and blue greens as well, it works nicely, imho. :D
^Reslevrin, you are awesome!
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