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12 minutes ago, TaleSpinner said:

A long time client of mine recently requested a set of 4 bunnies.  Each is to be about 10mm at the shoulder.  He sent me 4 pose photos and I created armatures.  Here they are, each with it's respective photo:

 

 

I never before noticed how much the stance and shape of a rabbit are like that of a penguin.

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Darn it! Misleading title.

Rabbits are good too though, and those armatures are looking nicely proportioned as usual.

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This is going to be Furtastic! 

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If you need "live" pictures I can get em. ::):

 

Couple of them (different breeds) are visitors to our backyard the last few weeks.

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My little girls are obsessed with bunnies.  Hopefully these eventually become available for purchase.  ^_^ 

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Christie is threatening you with unrepeatable things at reaper-con if you don't over size the heads at least a little bit.

 

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4 hours ago, LittleBluberry said:

My little girls are obsessed with bunnies.  Hopefully these eventually become available for purchase.  ^_^ 

I'm honestly not sure what he is doing with them. He says they are for game pieces for a personal project, so I really don't know if these will end up in his next indie campaign or not. 

3 hours ago, emmagine said:

Christie is threatening you with unrepeatable things at reaper-con if you don't over size the heads at least a little bit.

 

 

Not sure about oversizing the heads but the eyes, likely. Gotta get the cute thing going. 

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I notice the models don't have any floppy ears. All straight and pointing up.

 

Knowing all the variety in bunny kind. Is it a choice of the client or a simple omission?

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5 hours ago, Cranky Dog said:

I notice the models don't have any floppy ears. All straight and pointing up.

 

Knowing all the variety in bunny kind. Is it a choice of the client or a simple omission?

 

He's looking for wild type bunnies. Floppy ears are a domestication thing. 

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Looking forward to seeing these develop from blobs to beauties!

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