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sloth - o -matic
for those Sloth's fans
I hope you like it
greaaat! i really like it! so, print it!
I wish it was in oposite order, because right now it looks like a sloth becomes a regular child.
so nice! suberb colors! 5$
WOW! I was wondering when you'd sub again ;)
so amazing love all your work and the flow of it $$$
wow cool :D :D
Wait, isn't this supposed to be turning Sloth from his deformed self to a cute regular head-shaped baby? I'm confused after GreenRabbit's comments. Anyways, interesting take on a Goonies reference, i like how it's a three scene story all rolled into one cohesive flowing one. Great work on that!
erm can someone explain this too me I have no idea whats going on :(
yes, super creepy. 5$
5$ I'd buy it ;D
excellent style and design. $$
sloth is a deformed, but nice, character from "The Goonies", no?
sloth is a nice, but deformed character from "The Goonies", no?
Kapelophilus, that's right. This is a parody of "The Goonies". Sloth is a main and charismatic character in this film that was a mark of 80's, and I think that it marked a whole generation.
Please take a look at mine ;D
Laughing a lot!!!!
nice design man! =D 5$
it looks like it is turning sloth into a regular, cute baby. i have no problem with that, but the title has me confused. i love sloth and love the goonies, so keep working on it! awesome idea!
If it's turning the sloth into a regular child, the final glassy "thing" on top of its head should be round and not in the shape of a sloth.