On a more serious note this is a work of delightful Fairy Tale-grotesquerie, very fit for any book of children's tales.
Thanks! I'm still a fan of fairytales and myths, and I think the kids of today should get a hefty dose of that stuff. Don't know if that's actually the case anymore.
I suppose that must depend on the child and, in part, on your definition of "Fairy Tale."
Well he MUST be British - just look at that mouthful of dentistry!
It's probably all the smoking..
A leprechaun that has rat like features, makes sense. Good job
Tried to get that rat feeling in there, without making it over-obvious
Fun yet creepy. I don't think he's going to do promotions for breakfast cereal anytime soon.
There was a movie called Unlucky Charms from Full Moon Features which feature this guy.