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Watership Down

Im so excited you are doing this tattoo. You have the perfect amount of dark element to your work to make this just right. It cant be too morbid but then it is also unavoidable and you have a very classy and elegant way of drawing these things for womens tattoos. I really respect the amount of research you put into your art so I hope you wont think I'm completely crazy for presenting so many of my favorite images and some of the inspirations I've found on a webpage instead of text but you'd probably hate me if I texted you all of this. I also added a lot of information. I could honestly be accused of being obsessed. Maybe this is the closest thing I have to a religion, bunnies. lol. You can have my whole arm if you want to go for the whole story. I dont know how much room you will need until we talk. If you watch the movie and think you could fill up my whole arm I can add even more filler that isnt on here but, this is a good start for ideas tho and we will meet still. 
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Hazel -  As the rabbits flee their home warren, he thinks quickly and imaginatively, frequently putting himself at risk in order to protect the other rabbits. He is initially the only rabbit who trusts his brother Fiver. He becomes the leader of the rabbits when they reach Watership Down, with a particular talent at bringing out the best in his followers and inspiring their loyalty. 
The Black Rabbit of Inlé is the grim reaper of the rabbit world who takes rabbits away at their predestined times of death. He lives in a warren of stone on earth, inhabited by dead rabbits and filled with disease, death, and sadness beyond imagining. However, he shouldn't be considered a villain since he is doing his work on the command of Frith.
Lord Frith: The sun-god, and creator of the universe. In the rabbits' creation story, he grants all the animals their distinguishing features.
El-ahrairah: A rabbit folk hero, who is the protagonist of nearly all of the rabbits' stories. He represents what every rabbit wants to be: smart, devious, tricky, and devoted to the well-being of his warren. In Lapine, his name is a contraction of the phrase Elil-Hrair-Rah, meaning "prince with a thousand enemies".
 
Favorite Quotes
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What is, is what must be. 
My heart has joined the Thousand, for my friend stopped running today
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I love the coloring especially of this one above and that the bunny is serious looking, I also like the layout and color feel this one has. The sun being behind him looks good and maybe thats an idea for where the Sun God Frith can live in the tattoo. I love this bunny's everything pretty much except that he is so whiskery. Its a bit much on the whisker,his nose could be a bit more hare like and less cute bunny like.
This picture has a lot of the elements I'd want included. Focal point being Hazel. Frith and Inle are in the background and it has foliage/coffee branches since we are doing coffee branches. Primroses were a part of the book but we have coffee flowers so you dont have to include them unless they fit. The book opens with "When the primroses were over." and the story is told through the viewpoint of a rabbit. Hence the details are those which Adams' imagines are important to rabbits - such as who was last there and what edible plants are around. It sets the scene and introduces the gentle pacing of the book.
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Some of my favorite pieces from the Inle Exhibition by Craola
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Dan May, Inle
"All the World Will Be Your Enemy" by Jen Lobo
Christian Rex Van Minnen, Lion Ache With Rabbit
"The Race" by Miss Mindy. Wood cut shadow box/painting
Under The Iron Paw' by Joe Vaux
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 Tattoos
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 This is beautiful but a bit too scary 
this one is a totally different style than most of what ive chosen but i love this one a lot. the bunnies are very adorable and the colors 
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Fan Art
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Book Covers
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