Miss D. (Debra)

Loonatics Unleashed - Rev Runner
Loonatics Unleashed - Rev Runner by Miss D. (Debra) (@Weasel_Silver24)

"Rev Runner" from "Loonatics Unleashed" 2006-07, the "Road Runner" is ancestor to "Rev Runner" Anyone remember that TV show? Last year, I did all six of the "Loonatics Unleashed" characters, but was unable to get around to finishing them until now. I know Rev's feet are not quite right, and I know I could've fixed that but didn't feel doing that. (sorry Rev) Like the Original "Road Runner" Rev has the ability to be "fast and quick" on his feet (not to mention talk fast as well). I am posting them from last to first, Slam was last and Ace is first. I actually did Lexi first because it seem to interest me to do first.

Notice the background, the "electric lighting" I downloaded "bushes" off a website called "Brush Obsidiandawn" here's the link: [url]https://www.obsidiandawn.com/ [/url] Awesome website with different kinds of bushes and patterns to choose from and download. I discovered the link on "Sherri Lynn's gallery"

Please feel free to comment, I would love to hear what you think of these pictures. Enjoy! ^_~

COPYRIGHT NOTICE: Loonatics Unleashed and character(s) Rev Runner/Road Runner, Slam and Ace Bunny belongs to (C) The WB - Warner Bros. Animation. Drawing & idea is from me Miss D. (Debra)

Fan Art - TV/Movie
Finished Work
12 years and 238 days ago
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