Saturday, April 7, 2012

Fluffy Easter Bunny

 Hey everyone, I couldn't decide on what to wear this weekend for Easter so I caved and did the traditional bunny and eggs. I really wanted to try a fluffy long hair bunny so that's what I did. I really like him, resting his head on the egg is adorable to me. 
 The base is Revlon Blue Lagoon and the rest is acrylic paint. There is no tutorial on this one, sorry. I wasn't sure what I was going to be doing in the beginning and just went for it. Maybe I will try a tutorial for him later on but basically I put in the egg shape then started with his head above it in a dark brown. After I got in the head, ears and body I took medium brown and light brown and started making lines all over him. With black I added in the eye, nose and a few black hairs and lightly outlined him with black.  


 You can see the nose detail a bit better here.


 After I got him in and decided he was cute enough to keep I added in whiskers, pink dots to his egg and pink and yellow dots to the rest of the nails and top coated.


 How do you think he looks, fluffy? What are your Easter plans if you celebrate? What will you be wearing on your nails?

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16 comments:

  1. Wow, this is amazing. Even if you did a tutorial, this looks quite difficult. Very pretty and festive.

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    1. Thanks! It does take some time and patience but I think you could do it!

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  2. This is so well done! You art is amazing on the bunny! Have a great Easter!

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  3. So cute! The bunny really does look fluffy :)

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  4. This is awesome! I love the level of detail on the bunny. ^_^

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  5. This is beautiful! The level of detail on the bunny is unexpected. Amazing! So much talent.

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  6. Wow, that bunny looks so good!

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