The need to practice printing, paper and ink finally conjuncted in a sort of print marathon in which much was learned and much is left to learn. Here is Bandit again, slightly different colors and an added feature; bokashi. That's the gradation along the top, I used Prussian blue. The ears are not as pink as my screen seems to think, but they are, decidedly too pink. It is getting a little closer, refinements will be made. As an actual rabbit Bandit needed no refinements, she was quintessential, though plagued with health problems mostly stemming from poor teeth. She was purchased from the local feed store as a sort of therapy pet for my son when I got divorced and he and I moved into an studio apartment. She was an ideal diversion; special (who else has a rabbit loose in their home), soft, full of personality, and a very capable side kick for budding ventriloquists. Through out her life she gave selflessly from making sure no one got shut in the bathroom to working with her vet to develop the "Bandit Tooth Trim Mask"; a device that allowed the vet to trim teeth with the grinder (preferable to clipping which can split the tooth root) without having to anesthetize the rabbit. I always felt comforted when she slept under my bed and one time when I had had pneumonia but still felt breathless I bent over to pet her and when I stood up my breathing was better. True, I swear it. I nursed her through tooth operations, pneumonia, bronchitis, jaw abscess, tooth breakage, and eye injury. I learned how to give injections, subQ fluids, and how to nebulise and do a sinus flush. Together we experienced rabbit herbal medicine, acupuncture, and the use of Flower Essences. But really, she is mostly remembered for her beauty, sense of humor, and great flower like ears which could open and close, swivel and adjust in ever marvelous ways. Often missed always loved; Bandit B. Rabbit ruled from May 1998 to April 2007.