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SeanHowe

Evil Bunnies

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Ok, I think this bunny looks really evil (a silly sort of evil), but nobody else does. It''s for my upcoming game, Bunnies At War 2: Bunnies In Space. Can anybody give me any ideas on how to make it look more evil?
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Fangs! Now why didn''t I think of that.
The M$ logo idea seems just a bit too scary, IMHO.
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Great minds think alike (although technically Monty Python isn''t an actual person)
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The picture in the first post now has a buck-fang.
Any other suggestions, anyone?
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Give it some bad-ass claws to rip the heck out of whatever it wants!!! And make it look more rabid, that always helps
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Evil bunnies... damn, It seems so familar... right Mirado? I love the Evil bunny thing though, a lot.

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Edited by - Serpent Warrior on May 30, 2000 12:15:29 AM
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How about giving it a chainsaw?
Or maybe a necklace of rabbit-ears?

And give it red, bloodshot eyes. A really manical stare, and maybe a grin. And let it drool a bit!
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Anybody heard of Jump n Bump by BrainChild Design?
That''s as good an example as any of evil bunnies. "but they look so innocent"

LoRE
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Hmmm,...

Maybe give him some roughed-up fur on the back of his neck using sharp jagged lines. If you give him pupils (sometimes it''s cooler without them), have it so he looks like he''s glaring at you from the corner of his eye.


RUN AWAYYYY!!

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Give it NEW AOL CDs Version 5.0 as a weapon.

that would take its evilness up a notch.

hehe



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Yay! Evil bunnies! Gotta love it!

Give 'em a gun!



E:cb woof!

Edited by - dog135 on June 1, 2000 8:08:07 PM
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quote:
Original post by ImmaGNUman
Give it NEW AOL CDs Version 5.0 as a weapon.



I wonder if all music CDs from Time Warner will come with AOL 5+ on track 1. Now that would be evil

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Edited by - nathany on June 1, 2000 10:37:24 PM
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Nice bunny, dog... u available to do art for a game? That art was meant for the game, because I haven''t been able to find an artist. But, if you''d like to do the art....
The game is a side person shooter, basically. It''s called Bunnies At War 2: Bunnies In Space. You can check out the first one on my signature, but, it''s not near as good as the second one will be, and uses (blech), SpriteLib.

Bunnies At War - A new wave in bunnydom! BAW Homepage
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Looks like a radioactive bunny to me.
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How is it that some of you chaps are able to post the snazzy pic''s?

As Mr Cup always says,
''I pretend to work. They pretend to pay me.''
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You can too, mr cup. If you have a web page, just upload the pic to it and use html to display it on your message.

SeanHowe, I would, but I can't. I already tried to help someone else with their game art and I just couldn't draw the sprites. To small! If I draw something full size and shrink it down, it looses all of it's detail.

Like this:

And this is at a height of 64 pixels. Most sprites are 32. (I noticed yours is taller though)

That, and I can't draw a scarry creature to save my life!



E:cb woof!

Edited by - dog135 on June 6, 2000 7:12:15 PM
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Like this?

As Mr Cup always says,
''I pretend to work. They pretend to pay me.''
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This scary enough for yah?



FReY

Ps. Just give it long ears. . .
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Any one remember the rabbits from the watership down movie?

arg...scared the hell out of me as kid : )
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