A cleverly-drawn cartoon girl is the latest victim of the online abuse directed at a cartoon character.
In a video posted to Facebook on Tuesday, a woman who goes by the name of Ladybug wrote: “My little girl’s cartoons are really cute and I can’t wait to make them.
I just can’t stop drawing her.”
She then created a website, where users can post their own drawings, and has been praised for making her creations look just as cute as the cartoon characters.
The woman said her baby rabbit is called Alice and her name is Alice.
She also uploaded a photo of the rabbit.
“I love how cute she is, I love the little things that make her so unique,” she wrote.
“She’s my favorite character, so when I found out that a friend of mine was creating a cartoon girl I was super excited.”
A picture of the cute rabbit appeared on her Facebook page on Tuesday night.
“What a cute little thing you made for her, I loved it so much I took it out of the box,” the woman said in the caption.
“I just love the look of it.”
She said she was planning to make Alice a cartoon.
The post attracted the attention of the woman who posted the video, who was delighted to see the creation of a cute cartoon girl.
“It was so cute I just thought I’d share it,” the person who posted on Ladybug’s Facebook page told The Irish News.
“You are a genius.
You have a really cute rabbit.”
The woman who created the rabbit told The Independent she is “truly delighted” to see her creation making its way onto social media.
“If it weren’t for her I would probably have forgotten about it and just kept drawing her,” she said.
“And when I look at the posts on her page now, I just think she is the greatest.”
Theres so many other cute cartoon girls out there, but Alice is the one that makes me smile every time I draw her.
She is so much more than a cartoon.
“The girl, who is a student, said she does not know why she created the cartoon.”
When I saw that the internet was so flooded with people who were making cute drawings of the characters, I was surprised to see so many people sharing them,” she told The Herald.”
They were so cute and theres just something so charming about them.
“There are so many cute cartoon characters out there and you can’t help but get excited when you see one of them.
So I wanted to do something for my friend and to make it really special for her.”
A source told The Times that the woman’s creations were drawn by her friend and that the bunny was created by her own hand.
“My friend drew it,” she shared on the site.
“It was not the hand I used, so I used a brush and it was very simple.”
The rabbit, who has not been identified, is the third person to be targeted in recent weeks for their creations.
In October, a man was found guilty of creating a video that showed the murder of his estranged wife and his dog in a “love letter” style.
“She was so sweet, she would go to the zoo with her dog and she was so kind, so she would give me love and kisses and she would take care of my dog,” he said in a video he posted to YouTube.
“Now she is dead and I’m so sorry I didn’t take care for her properly.
She was my soulmate.”
The man’s lawyer said he was happy to hear the news of a guilty verdict in his client’s case.
“His case was a case of hate crime and a case that was very personal and very disturbing to him,” he told The Sunday Independent.
“He was a very angry man and he felt it was the right thing to do and I think this is something that he is satisfied with.”