Trojan Rabbit Model
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This is the "Trojan Rabbit" from the movie, "Monty Python and the Holy Grail," in approximately 1:72 scale, suitable for 25 mm tabletop gaming. It rolls, too, at least as well as the original, and a lot more quietly. :-)
The second image is from Ed Bertschy, who has repainted my model magnificently! His version is also available for download.
Trojan Rabbit (53 Kb) Ed Bertschy's version (.JPG format - 316 Kb) Assembly instructions (5 Kb)
The Rabbit is obviously excited about this.
The conversion can be applied to an existing Rabbit build, but a new build with longer axles to support the hubs is recommended.
New 2011-02-28: an enlarged (roughly 1:24 scale) and steampunked version! This was taken before the wheels and whistle were installed.
This was taken after the Rabbit was subjected to some serious humidity at ConDor 2011, resulting in a case of droopy ears! (Photo courtesy of Colleen Burks, with whom this Rabbit now resides.)
Steampunked Rabbit (4,364 Kb)
The Trojan Rabbit sure gets around: here we have some of the Emperor's elite Army using the Rabbit to infiltrate a stronghold of the only race still using catapults (it's a Warhammer 40,000 thing). Many thanks to Jeff Rubarth for his photo!
Another photo of the Rabbit in action! James Ferry's Rabbit is about to take a fortress.
Simon Smith's Rabbit goes toe to toe with a 25mm k-niggit! Simon used one pence coins to add some weight to his wheels.
Chris's Rabbit has the key to the castle! Chris printed his Rabbit at 10% and ended up with it about 1/4 inch tall.
(All images that are not my own are used with the permissions of their respective creators.)
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