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Meet Blue Bunny, he's a happy little fellow...  :)


Continuing the Bunny series from some client concept sketches that never got beyond the proof phase.  


Thought I'd try something different on this one and play with some pixel painting texturing and also attempt at adding fur to this little guy. The fur is made up of repeating individual groups of "fur shapes" copying, rotating, skewing, repeat... each with transparent gradients and blur to add softness and hide some of the edges and yes it was a lot of work...  ;)


Really loving the ease of vector and pixel workflow! 




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Wow! You're gonna have to tell me how you didi that fur! Looks utterly incredible, so soft looking.


Excellent work once again.




**Oops, should have read all your post instead of being mesmerised by the pretty pictures. What a numpty!!**

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Thanks all. :D


ronnyb, yes I would most likely try that route next time. I  didn't realize that I was going to go that far with it... I started out thinking I would only do a few fur strokes here and there and before I knew it I was liking the look and I was past the point of no return.   ;)  If I ever try this type of thing again, I'll experiment with either a vector brush or maybe some actual painting... 

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