whoa whos this hottie
DAT CLOSE UP
Have these two nerds badly colored
okay is it me or is Onceler like, extra sassy in this mini movie
I mean tone it down young man GEESH
Wait….. Wait. Did he… did he just…. Did he make kissy lips right before he shut the door….?! Seriously, look at it. Maybe I’m seeing things….
Today we’re here to celebrate, perpetuate and demonstrate our love for the good ol’ Once-ler!
if i could roll up my money and smoke it, i would.
this song got the image in my head so i just went ahead and drew it. at two am in the morning. ive almost lost the ability to process words at this point, i should really probably go to bed now
Waaaaa i finally finish it!!!! My little greed ler :3:3 i hope u like it.. This take me a lot of time
quick doodle of Oncie because he is really fun to draw
Let It Grow (movie version)
Thank you, Ted…
Anyone else actually teary eyed over the fact these are the last words we hear Once-ler speak in the entire movie?
ACTUAL TEARS RUNNING DOWN MY FACE
DO NOT tell my friends and family that its 431 am and im drawing the onceler
The fact that the Once-ler founded and built Thneedville actually makes me so sad, because his legacy wound up being entirely forgotten. Never mind that he probably had loads of friends and was famous and rich and successful. When the Thneed stopped selling and he retreated into seclusion, no one missed him.
And, if his family was anything to go by, this was no shift from the usual.
No one ever missed him.
Which is why his reaction to when Ted comes back breaks my heart. “Aw, you missed me,” he said. He’s old and lonely, and no one has come by in years, but still he holds on to the idea that someone, even a little boy he met only the previous day, cared about him. Just a little bit.
“Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing’s going to get better, it’s not.”
I wonder if maybe, just maybe, the Once-ler wasn’t talking about the seed.
reblogging because good commentary also you made me sad