TGRE - The Great Rabbit Escape

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Re: TGRE - The Great Rabbit Escape

Post by AnimeSensei » Wed Apr 25, 2018 10:55 am

I never would have thought you could make the RotA sets looks almost Art Deco style. Some of your setups with the stairs look right out of that period. Kudos!

Good to hear the origin story of one of our forum members. ;)
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Re: TGRE - The Great Rabbit Escape

Post by dice4hire » Wed Apr 25, 2018 8:22 am

Excellent work, and great pics. You are gonna cause the restock of Ancients to sell out even more immediately that it otherwise would don't you know!!!!

They are beautiful sets.
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Re: TGRE - The Great Rabbit Escape

Post by William » Wed Apr 25, 2018 4:48 am

Now, I have some worms waiting for me... they're so freakin' demanding. ;)

EDIT -
Just wanted to comment about the RotA sets .

I FREAKIN' LOVE THEM !!!

EDIT 2 -
I've discovered over these last two threads it's much harder making a story out of a bunch of pictures than it is to start with a story, then make the builds and pictures fit the story. These are just various shots of different builds that I attempted to create a story line around. That is why it's a bit disjointed. I'll try the other way next time. ;)
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Re: TGRE - The Great Rabbit Escape

Post by William » Wed Apr 25, 2018 4:45 am

Continued ...
...sprinting down one hallway only to reach another stairway. They start to think this place is endless.
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... then rounding a corner they witnessed a sight not many have seen. The inner workings of the machine these beings were utilizing. As fast as logomorphicly possible the bunnies had to jump over an area of the machine eminating intense heat and all five made it without fault and kept on running...
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Invigorated by the jump they all keep skipping... running... jumping... and hopping down the corridors.
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They passed a room glowing a greenish hue and felt that weird sense again very strongly which stirred all but one on quicker for the exit...
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... but then the bunnies stumbled onto a room filled with plant life everywhere. They began eating and found a trough filled with crystal blue water and drank till their hearts were content. Once filled to the brim they continued the search for a way out when they came upon a pyramid type structure and the rowdy wabbit seammed drawn to it and he climbed to the top and began chanting. We all watched as he was surrounded by that energy we saw below and then he was gone. Just like that, gone...
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The other four rabbits made their way home safely and when anyone talks about the incident these days, they just say whatever happened to him, made him have "Uncontrollable Delusions of Grandeur" which killed him. We never really knew what happened to him, but now we warn every new bunny about that building and to never go in there for they will die for sure.

..........................................................The End
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Re: TGRE - The Great Rabbit Escape

Post by William » Wed Apr 25, 2018 4:41 am

The Great Rabbit Escape - or Where is that carrot you fools? ;)
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One spring day a small group of young adult rabbits were out for the day looking for some adventure and niblins'. After a brisk game of Leap-ah-fra-Rabbit they decided to go on a little food raid at this large building they noticed while hopping around earlier the day before. After cruising under the fence through their cousins warren the rabbits began to move closer to the building. Circling around they found a hole in a wall and snuck inside. They all figured there would be food somewhere. Up and down stairs, through hallways and rooms they looked and looked, but found no food. Just more and more bizarre structures and mechanical devices. They had sprinted and hopped through so many halls and rooms they thought they were going to be trapped forever.
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One by one they moved through a doorway that opened up into a long room with many odd levels and support walls they did not know what to make of it. Frightened, they heard some movement or something. Then all of a sudden a loud hissing noise grabbed all their attention. Looking down the room they saw a huge man with frost white hair sitting at the other end of the room. It appeared as if he might be napping, so they proceeded forward quietly. When they got near the end of the room they noticed a hole in the wall just below the giant to the left a bit. So the went for the hole.
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Stubbing his toe, one of the little cotton tail's yelped a tiny noise which woke the sleeping guard. Rising to his feet they all noticed his size, never seeing anything living that big they all nearly froze. Then the rowdiest of the bunch yelled at the giant and that woke us all enough to run for the hole. The guard now on his feet and swinging the biggest ax you've ever seen was yelling at the poor little rabbits that he would kill them all. Even though they all were high-cotton-tailing it out of dodge most of them notice when he yelled there seemed to be a mist or fog seeping out of his mouth and nostrils. All five bunny buddies ran as hard as they could out through the hole into the safety of the room behind where the guard was sitting.
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They thought they were safe when all of a sudden there was a horrible clanking and whooshing noise within the odd shaped wall around them. The room began to hammer louder and faster until they saw him coming at them. They dodged and skittered all through the room until one of them yelled to follow him. The frost giant could not match the speed of the rabbits and they escaped his clutched a second time to try and find a way out or even better, some food.
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Everbody keep moving...
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Continued in next post...
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Re: TGRE - The Great Rabbit Escape

Post by Rabbit Burner » Tue Apr 24, 2018 1:42 pm

dice4hire wrote:
Tue Apr 24, 2018 8:43 am
Considering the poster, you are lucky it was not Wicked Wabbits!!
Sounds like the next set of Dwarvenite minis :D
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Re: TGRE - The Great Rabbit Escape

Post by dice4hire » Tue Apr 24, 2018 8:43 am

Considering the poster, you are lucky it was not Wicked Wabbits!!
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Re: TGRE - The Great Rabbit Escape

Post by Rabbit Burner » Tue Apr 24, 2018 8:31 am

Spiropolous the Minotaur wrote:
Mon Apr 23, 2018 10:50 am
silly Wabbits!
Oi!

We wesemble that remark!!!

....oh wait .........
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Re: TGRE - The Great Rabbit Escape

Post by Rabbit Burner » Tue Apr 24, 2018 8:27 am

The glory of Lagocolor :)

Fab job William - put us to shame with our own Bunny minis.

BTW we like fast and dirty ;) the minis are good too :D
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Re: TGRE - The Great Rabbit Escape

Post by William » Tue Apr 24, 2018 7:45 am

Hare's a few new shots of the rabbits.
Fast and dirty, I'm not a good mini painter to begin with...so bare with it.
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On with the escape...................................... :arrow:
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