Miss D. (Debra)

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

Here's "Lexi Bunny" from "Loonatics Unleashed" 2006-07, "Lola Bunny" is ancestor to "Lexi". Anyone remember that TV show? Last year I did all six "Loonatics Unleashed" characters, but was unable to finished them until now. I did Lexi first because she seem to interest me, then "Ace Bunny" and so on. I know I may have made her arm a bit too long and forgot to put the "Communicator pad" on her arm as well. But it could be worst, otherwise I didn't do so badly.

If anyone wants to know more about the "Loonatics Unleashed", here's a link: [url] http://loonaticsunleashed.250free.com/loonatics.html [/url]

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 on my artwork, I would love to hear what you think.

COPYRIGHT NOTICE: Loonatics Unleashed and character(s) Bugs Bunny/Ace Bunny and Lexi/Lola 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 237 days ago
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