Thanks to everyone who grabbed our first Clink Kong fitted. You guys are the best!
And, that’s it for new entries! We’ve got about 80 entries currently to post. A lot, I know. Just hold tight. If we received your new entry before midnight last-night then your OK. Just hold tight as we post the remaining submissions. You can still submit an entry but it has to be a revision of a past entry, or a revision of an entry that I’m yet to post but you’ve already sent it. Confused? Sorry. Lets wrap this bad-boy up.
Tom! I love the changes you made to this guy. The goggles are a great touch. You should be really proud of this design. I think it’s super cool.
Sean! Great re-duex of your Night League entry. I think this is a cool logo. I think it might need legs or antennae. It doesn’t read as a bug right away. Maybe wings? Try adding an insect part in there. I think it’ll really bring this idea to life. Great match and fire!
Algot! I LOVE THIS GUY! How did you get so much character in his face with so few design elements? How? Wow, great work. One-and-done!
Szabolcs! Speaking Hungarian in the comments, eh? Well, Köszönöm. Jó Magyarokat itt látni. to you too. Now for your entry and our second sloth themed entry of the day! I like the idea of a sabre-toothed sloth bear. A lot. Prehistoric sloth creatures are something I think about a lot. No kidding. Did you know they roamed North America and we’re the size of a house? That always blows my mind. I think he needs to have longer teeth. Like 2 or 3 times as big. And what if he was holding a bone in his hand? That’s short for “I’m from caveman times.” Maybe a spotted Fred Flintstone toga? Maybe not. Other than that, he’s a great character. Full of personality just like Algot’s sloth. Who knew sloths would be conducive to silhouettes?