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    Bunny man

    Hey guys,
    this is a casting for a trophy that I made for an Easter Egg hunt, wooden base still to come. Its about 12cm tall and cast in a metal alloy. Originals were Chavant then to wax, before the final was made.
    The aim was to make something strong and triumphant while child like and humorous.
    Might add some more photo later, but you can find more on my blog (click on 'Bunny Man' in the 'contents') in the meantime.

    Hope you like.
    Cheers

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    I love this; where did you get the alloy for this??

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    You've really captured the look of triumph on his face nice work!

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    very cool. I love it!

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    Thanks a lot guys,
    Radavies13: I bought it from my local sculpting supply store. Its about 50/50 lead and tin, so its quite heavy, but thats fine for this kind of piece. Details below.
    http://www.barnes.com.au/catalog/pro...roducts_id=573

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    I love it! Great design, great choice of casting material. I'm definitely looking into that metal alloy.

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