Vision: Beautiful, I can feel the softness from this picture just by looking at it 5 stars
Originality: Im not sure if itz original or not cuz ya know easter passed and stuff but u said "ur bunny" so im guessing itz original xD
Technique: Whew, I bet you put in a lottttaaaa patience into taking pictures...(on of the reasons im dont take pictures like this cuz im impatient ) 5 stars ;D and I like how the person is holding the bunny in the most gentle way as possible and it makes the bunny do a cute pose :3
Impact: for me it was, "AWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW" I really liked this and favorited it right away. Kawaii :3. I want a bunny now.
I have to say that out of the numerous rabbit photos posted on dA, this has to be one of my favorites. This photo was unique to me in that it wasn't so extremely overdone and flowery like some photos (though I also enjoy colorful and vibrant color pallets). This caught my eye because of its soft and soothing appearance. The colors here are very nice. The rabbit is such a delicate color and looks just right against the checkered fabric in the background. The dark color in the checkered material brings just enough contrast into the mix so the picture is neither too lightly colored nor too intense. The rabbit's position and expression itself is beautiful as well. It's facial features and the way the hand is cupped around its body truly does give off the feeling of "comfort" as the title suggests. You truly did a wonderful job I'm very impressed with this shot and will definitely be looking into more of your work.
T'is probably four weeks old according to my observation. Rabbits like this'll probably grow for at least twelve to fifteen inches long for its adult age. I guess domesticated rabbits can only grow to that size here in the tropics. I'm not sure about the rabbits from cold places or other climates. :]
Haha, possibly!! i live in Iowa in the states, and we have crazy weather here, and i had a large albino lop-eared once, and got pretty hefty, but i'm on the lookout for something a little smaller.... XD So cute picture, though!!!!
Haha. lot's of people wanna squish those lil' buggers so's myself cause they're so cute. But it's bad for their health...>.> Ever since i was five, we've been taking care of 'em. I see lots of rabbits get born and die...generations to generations. It's hard to take care of them y'know. 'Specially when you're busy...