Without a doubt, Monsters, Inc. is one of the best Disney Pixar films released. The lovable characters of Sulley, Mike and little Boo make the movie so easy to watch and rewatch that when Monsters University was released I couldn't help but be ecstatic, despite perhaps being slightly out of the demographic (whatever OK, Pixar movies are for everyone).
Monsters, Inc. is obviously a film which has a special place is a lot of hearts because it's often the subject of some brilliant pieces of fan art. Take for instance these art pieces which have managed to turn our fave monsters into HUMANS! But don't let that scare you off because it's seriously awesome, take a look:
James "Jimmy" P. "Sulley" Sullivan
Sulley is one of my favorite Disney Pixar characters and his human version is just as adorable - he even still has that essential 'lovable goofball' look about him. I could totally picture human Sulley hanging out with human Mike as well...
Michael "Mike" Wazowski
The proud and confident monster that is Mike Wazowski has been totally transformed into an adorable human! The color scheme is perfect and I love that his bangs hide one of his eyes, keeping his cyclops origins, plus maybe now that he's not so round he won't be so easy to block like in the Monsters, Inc. commercial:
Celia is a total sweetheart in Monsters, Inc. but as we know she can have quite a temper when she's angered which is why it's perfect that her angry face has been included at the bottom. Just like Mike, her bangs hide one of her eyes meaning she still looks sightly cyclops-like, though unfortunately her hair-snakes were lost in the transformation to human.
Randall's former scare assistant sure looks just as wimpy as he does in Monsters, Inc. though we know that underneath it all Fungus has a heart of gold.
Accident prone George Sanderson might be best remembered for his part in Monsters, Inc. when he ran afoul of the CDA's code 2319 resulting in his long fur being totally shaved thanks to contact with a *gasp* human child's sock:
This take on George is pretty much how I would imagine the kind and friendly monsters - in that big uniform he looks like he might cause all sorts of clumsy accidents.
This sharp and angular-looking man pretty much nails the crafty and mean personality of the monster-version of Randall. His eyes even look pretty close to how Randall holds his cunning gaze.
The whole gang!
They all look so perfect, though perhaps it'll be a bit harder to pass as monsters in Monstropolis these days!
Source: Zero Chan user Overdoor