❀ Bunny Garden ❀
Welcome to the Bunny Garden, a pixel club of bunnies!
Each bunny is linked to its creator ^^ (mine are the last four) - skip bunny links
Halloween bunnies for the 32 Bit Cafe Halloween 2023 event!
Whats a pixel club?
A pixel club is a collection of pixel art that is made specifically for that clubs theme. Someone starts a club with a theme (mine being bunnies) and they make a template for people to edit. Club members join by sending their personalized edit of the template to the club hoster, who then adds that edit to their club gallery!
Pixel clubs were a thing in the early 2000s on personal pixel art webpages, and they were a little more structured than the modern reiteration. They were called cliques and sometimes limited member entry by number or submission end date. Some also asked you to format your gallery display in a very specific manner. Nowdays it is much more relaxed, hence they are called clubs now ^^
See my pixel club page for other pixel clubs I've joined that you can also join!
Give these bunnies more friends by customizing a bunny template below!
Edit them however you want for the club! Anything from simply coloring in a template to making a whole new bunny from scratch, its up to you ^^. Each template is 32px wide and 40px tall, so keep that in mind and try to make your bunnies approximately the same size as those in the templates if you do start from scratch :3
Heres my guestbook!
Send me a guestbook message with the following info:
- your site url (or the url to your pixel clubs)
- a link to your bunny image
Thats it! I'll add the bunny and link your page to it!
Not required, but you can also display a garden of bunnies on your site! Download the bunnies you like (or all of them), upload them to your site, put the images on a page, and link their creators webpage to them! (this avoids hotlinking, but also gives credit to the artist)
If you want you can even display them on one of my clover backgrounds by downloading a png below!
note: I styled the bunny images so that they are twice as wide as their pixel width (32px to 64px for most), so if you put any bunnies on your site they will be smaller than shown here, unless you also double their width. I also doubled the background width (from 64px to 128px). To sharpen the pixels I used image-rendering: pixelated;