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    Default Early Easter greetings

    This graphic (the one at the bottom) is another remake of an older drawing. The original being done in 2003. Here's the original...



    For me, looking back at the older drawing - I felt it could of used a makeover, mainly the rabbit. So, here it is!

    -Bob.
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    Default Re: Early Easter greetings

    A great greeting Bob, beautifully drawn. Happy Easter to you and your family

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    Happy Easter Bob
    keep on clucking
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    is it true that we stand on the very edge of an abyss?
    no,of couse not - we used to, but since then we have taken a great step forward...
    Wyrd bið ful aræd

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    Default Re: Early Easter greetings

    Bob...

    Trust you to be able to take three cliche symbols of Easter (egg, chick and bunny) and turn them into a totally fresh and clever greeting.

    The artistic side of the drawing is outstanding, but the real genius is in the idea.

    I have been showing this picture to everyone I know...I even printed out a copy for my 86-year-old Mom.

    It is putting a smile on the face of everyone who sees it, and that is no small accomplishment.
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    Will

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    Default Re: Early Easter greetings

    Charming (with the French pronunciation: shar-ming).

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    Default Re: Early Easter greetings

    And now you have posted up the original as well :
    Ah what a difference 3 years makes to a characters expression!
    great drawings Bob
    you're stuff is really cute.
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    is it true that we stand on the very edge of an abyss?
    no,of couse not - we used to, but since then we have taken a great step forward...
    Wyrd bið ful aræd

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Hahn View Post
    This graphic (the one at the bottom) is another remake of an older drawing. The original being done in 2003. Here's the original...

    * * *

    For me, looking back at the older drawing - I felt it could of used a makeover, mainly the rabbit. So, here it is!

    -Bob.

    Great Stuff Bob! Thanks for Sharing! My Grand-Daughter will Love it! Tom
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    Adorable. Happy Easter to you.

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    Default Re: Early Easter greetings

    Thanks for posting Bob. However I'd like to critique a bit. I think that in your latest image the rabbit has lost it's rabbit look and is becoming to cat like. I think it's in the ears.
    Egg

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    Default Re: Early Easter greetings

    Thanks very much for the comments!

    Egg, it never occured to me that it may be becoming too "cat like" with the ears. I did draw them shorter and stubbier, making them more baby like. But now that you say that - it's all I can think about!

    Here's an update.

    -Bob.
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