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 Post subject: How to produce a rabbit.......
PostPosted: Thu Jan 22, 2009 9:54 pm 
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I have recently acquired a bunny ( of rather large manner) and I was trying to find a way to incorporate him into my routine....I don't really want to spend 135$ on a rabbit box, I ordered the multiplying sponge rabbits, which are the same color as "Scoot" So I figured it would be cool to make " A Spongey rabbit hairy, But can't come up with any other way to make him appear....he's too big for a simple switch or even an XXL Dovepan Thanks for any help in advance..... :D


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 22, 2009 10:36 pm 
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I had a HUGE rabbit...and used her for almost 7 years...she outgrew her production box and I had to have one built for her to fit in. If you can figure out the principal...you can build a production box very reasonably...


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 22, 2009 11:08 pm 
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A good production box may prove costly, for a simple rabbit trick.
Use a square circle production; it's traditional!
(Make the cylinder into a hat shape.)
For a production box to support a rabbit's weight, you'd need to build it from wood, plus you'd need a bag for the rabit.
The square circle can be built from cardboard and posterboard.
It's a $10 assembly, as compared with a $40 one, with far less time spent in assembly, and less building skill required.


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pull it out of a hat of course :D


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