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Bunnies For Grandma's Window 1 by ProzacMan Bunnies For Grandma's Window 1 by ProzacMan
Outside View of Bunnies For Grandma I painted on her living room window. Due to the back injury I got in a car antecedent I haven't been able to do one of these window paintings in a while. Thanks to Percoset that's changed. Based them on the rabbits from the movie Watership Down, but from a happier more colorful universe were they all made it alive and lived happily ever after. At least that's what I'm telling grandma. She wanted Bunnies since it is the year of the Rabbit and she is a Rabbit on the Chines Calender. She wanted to keep the Birds I did a few years ago. Since the bushes have overgrown I hid the bunnies in them so people would only see their ears until they came up the walk way.
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Varjokani Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2011  Student Digital Artist
That looks awesomeeh!! I just wish that that would be my window.. :love:
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ProzacMan Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2011
Thanks Varjokani!
I use "Washable Poster Paint" to do the paintings if you want to try it. That way no matter how long they are on the window for, the paintings will come off the window with Windex and paper towels. I think my Grandmother kept the Valentines day Cat and Mouse Painting up for about five years before she let me do a new one for here and it came off easy (though I had to touch it up every year due to fading). Though you will have to tape and cover directly below the window just in case of any run off if you over spray the Windex.
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