Miss D. (Debra)
(@Weasel_Silver24)

Loonatics Unleashed - Slam Tasmanian
Loonatics Unleashed - Slam Tasmanian by Miss D. (Debra) (@Weasel_Silver24)

Does anyone remember the TV show "Loonatics Unleashed" in 2006-07? Well, here's a picture of "Slam Tasmanian", original "Tasmanian Devil" is ancestor to "Slam". Last year I did all six of the "Loonatics Unleashed" team, but never got around to working on them on the computer until now. I'm posting them last to first, "Slam" is the last one I did. In the "second season" theme song, I hate it when they put a swear word "D@--.. mm", so not needed to be. Oh well...

Did you know? If you search for "Loonatics Unleashed" they are on here, as far as I know and checked.

Notice the background, the "electric lighting" I downloaded "bushes" off a website called "Brush Obsidiandawn" here's the link: [url]https://www.obsidiandawn.com/ [/url] Awesome website with different kinds of bushes and patterns to choose from and download. I discovered the link on "Sherri Lynn's gallery". Please feel free to comment. ^_^

COPYRIGHT NOTICE: Loonatics Unleashed and character(s) Slam Tasmanian/Devil belongs to (C) The WB - Warner Bros. Animation. Drawing & idea is from me Miss D. (Debra)

Category:
Fan Art - TV/Movie
Rating:
Everyone
Class:
Finished Work
Submitted:
12 years and 238 days ago
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