I could see the perspective of needlessly (however, nice) adding more accessories and cloth to a character who already transmit perfectly the general theme and characterization behind them in a simple manner, but still, Bunnie never seemed complex and bloated in her design for me at any moment. Perhaps the bugging feeling you're feeling from Bunnie comes more probably from the art-style than the designs. Artists such as Steven and J. Axer were compassionate at including detail by detail, while Mawhinney and Manak felt more ambition at drawing with a simple and direct style.>It feels like they could never keep consistent on if she was a robot from the waist down or just her legs were.
I can't say much about it sadly, as I never really cared such plight. Whether the metallic body started from her waist or her legs, what matters is she still maintains the principle design trait of that her lower body is robotized.>>115472529
Wow. The number 6 head only art of this compilation has... such a very beautiful Sally, somehow just by her double large wings at her hind head.
Ow, bummer. Now I wish they had gone with that hair style. Something about it just look very... elegant.
By the way, do you happen to have more of theses compilations of all FFs? Or at least, the Rotor one? I would love it, if you do. >>115474935
I do. Coward-mannered and assholish-gentleman french, yet potentially romantic brave (even if mostly off-panel) man responds a nice personality, and that's why I love Antoine.
I don't find him attractive by any means, but still, I do care him, even for his old early Archie self.>>115475832
Unfortunately, none of the FFs have been in any recent games, and neither may ever be. So far, Sonic Spinball remains as the only game that features the FFs.