This is a rigged 3d model of a cartoon rabbit. Use this model for all your Easter projects!
3d model Formats:
* 3ds Max 2012
* modeled in 3ds max
* rendered with v-ray
* smootheable and easily editable (turbosmooth)
* lighting is included only in the 3ds Max version - materials may appear different in other program formats
* modeled in real world scale
* dimensions: 20x20x20 cm
* the files include the positions shown in the images
* cartoon movies / videos / renderings
* nature 3d scenes / renderings
* farm videos / renderings
Create projects about:
* Japanese tradition
* Chinese New Year
and many more!
Rabbits are often used as a symbol of fertility. As a result, they have been associated with Easter (Easter Bunny). Their biological role as prey animals makes them a symbol of innocence, an animal that does not seem to want to hurt anyone, which creates an extra link to Easter.
In addition, they appear as a trickster archetype that use their skill to defeat their enemies. Known examples are the Sammy Stack (Brer Rabbit) from African-American folktales and Bugs Banny - the cartoon character of Warner Bros.
Anthropomorphic rabbits have appeared in a number of cinematographic and literary works, most notably the White Rabbit in Lewis Carroll 's "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland", in Richard Adams's popular Watership Down novel and in Beatrix Potter with "Peter Rabbit".
In Japanese tradition, the rabbits reside in the moon where they make 'mochi' - the famous snack of sticky rice porridge. This comes from the interpretation of black patches on the moon as a rabbit standing on tiptoes on the left pounding on a usu, a Japanese mortar. A popular manifestation of this tradition can be found in a character known as Sailor Moon, whose name is 'Usagi' (the Japanese word for rabbit).
In Chinese folklore, rabbits also accompany Chang'e to the moon. In the Chinese New Year (or Lunar New Year), rabbits are one of the twelve celestial animals in the Chinese Zodiac. In the Vietnamese lunar year, the rabbit was replaced by a cat, as there were no rabbits in Vietnam.