Miss D. (Debra)

Loonatics Unleashed - Ace Bunny
Loonatics Unleashed - Ace Bunny by Miss D. (Debra) (@Weasel_Silver24)

Ace Bunny from the TV show "Loonatics Unleashed" in 2006/07. Also known as ancestor to "Bugs Bunny". Ace is my second drawing, I did Lexi first because it seem to interest me. If you go on Side 7's search and look for "Loonatics Unleashed", there is NONE on here... until now. I did a six set "Loonatics Unleashed" pictures last year, I never got around to coloring them up until this year. As you can see to the right Ace has "infrared laser vision", and to the left his eyes turns yellow. Anyone remember the "Loonatics Unleashed" show? Please feel free to comment, enjoy! ^_^

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".

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

Fan Art - TV/Movie
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12 years and 237 days ago
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