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Toothiana. - Rise of the Guardians. by SirKannario Toothiana. - Rise of the Guardians. by SirKannario
Official Poster.

Toothiana, Tooth Fairy (C) Dreamworks (C) William Joyce.

Rise of the Guardians.
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:iconcatwoman-cali-onyx:
She is just so sweet and pretty! :D
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:iconfoxxylover:
Tooth is one of my favorites. And I think Isla Fisher did great!
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korrawinx Jun 12, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Really detailed *_*
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pinkrose5555 Apr 11, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
so detailed <3
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:iconxjustadoodlerx:
Oh God...look at all that detail. Amazing film, loved it to bits :)
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:iconsuicunesrider:
This is a brilliant, breathtaking film. I think me and my other 18 year-old friends enjoyed it more than the kids in the theatre, haha~ XD Real great if you appreciate the art of animation; it really reset the bar for animated films. This is a great shot of Toothiana. Deepest and most vibrant interpretation of the tooth fairy I've seen, that's for sure~<3
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:iconchaosx97:
You might have a point. I hear so many comments from countless teenagers and adults who love this movie that was intended primarily for children. Then again, there aren't many places on the web to hear from children since they need their parents' permission to go online. Another example of how adults' voices are much better heard than childrens'.
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:iconsuicunesrider:
That's very true. Though, I've also seen pictures and writings posted about little kids being overjoyed when they see someone cosplaying as one of the Guardians. They sometimes think they are real, and it gives them a joy so few people are able to experience, and it's the sweetest thing ever. ^^
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:iconchaosx97:
Yeah, I remember a post like that on Tumblr. Plus there's also Nick.com, which still has a link for the movie for young teenagers like 12 to 14. Still, I wonder if there's a good place to really, solely catch the reactions of children.
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