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Bunny Lynn 1/8 Resin Kit
Embellished "Cynthia" from Rush and Riot

    When I finished this figure, I was thinking of two things that go together, two things that are in some ways the same. I took a departure some years ago and made a piece of delicious dessert for a reclining delicious figure.
    Lynn was done a few years ago. The kit had the ties at the hips. I added her rosette,bunny head cufflinks and enhanced her eyes. The cheese cake is made from open cell Styrofoam painted with Delta Ceramcoat, Model Master Acryl and ComArt paints.
    She is signing "I love you" with her right hand. I don't know how that fits into the series. She's a one-of-a-kind in my collection. I don't have another and don't know where you coud find one.

Lynn's hair was streaked with Vrush Pen Super Detail Brushes.
Her skin was painted with a mix of Model Master Acryl Paints airbrushed through an Iwata Eclipse airbrush.

To learn more about Bunnies, read the book, The Bunny Years by Katherine Leigh Scott. She was a Bunny back in the early days. That was a tremendous opportunity for young women at that time. Did you know Hef had a college tuition program set up for the girls? Did you know that many of them went on to do great things? Lauren Hutton was a Bunny. So was Susan Sullivan, a.k.a.Kitty Montgomery on "Darma and Greg". That's just two examples.
    To see pictures of Bunnies, visit Playboy.Com

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