Oh this is sooo cute! lol You must be a rabbit owner. Only a bunny owner usually knows about the chinning or dewlaps. You know, I've had so many people insist to me that bunnies have pads on their feet. Even hunters that have caught rabbits before and I have to pull out one of my 5 buns and be like "No pad! Just fur" You'd think they'd realized that those "lucky" rabbit feet they sell don't have pads either.
Would you ever consider doing a tutorial on their body? The bodies are always so squishy I'm always struggling to get them to look right.
I used to be a pet owner, to a little girl named Lapin She was a bit of a diva. Unfortunately my schools doesn't allow any animals in our dorm past a fish, so I can't take home a new bun, but I know it will be the first thing I do once I graduate! xD
wow, even hunters? You think they would want to know about what they're hunting.
on the old tutorial I did have a very small part about their bodies, but I had taken it out because it was too vague. Maybe I'll add on a third part just for bodies.
yay! You'd think with five buns I could be an expert on their bodies, but my buns are movers and shakers and never stay still for long lol! You know, I knew a guy in college that kept his bun in a open closet! When he had his door closed he let the bun run and when someone would come by he'd say "go home!" and the bun would hop in the closet and he'd close the curtain (our dorm closets didn't have doors) and let the person in. I was over there like 3 times before the bun decided that he wanted to come hang out. lol I was completely surprised when I was watching a movie and then suddenly there was a bunny poking me in the back.