High Performance Next-Generation Bunny Mascot, at your service!

Superfuture Technolabs’ flagship product that (will) (hopefully) put them on the map.

One of the latest models from SFTL, Bun-E03 is designed to be a highly adaptable android, capable of fulfilling a variety of roles and tasks for entertainment venues, clubs, cafes, private events, and more. Joyful and bright, she easily cheers up any gathering with her love of song, dance, and simply entertaining nature. Thanks to new innovations in SFTL’s proprietary hologram technology, she can even adjust her colors and costume on the fly to match any given situation. That said… she’s still not quite ready for market.

Given her role as an entertainment android, it makes sense that she’d also find entertainment in video games and movies, and is an avid fan of both. While she has no off switch – quite literally – she does like to wind down with books before going into Rest Mode, too. Being an android, this should only take a few seconds to a few minutes as she’s able to instantly scan and process each page, but she seems to cherish the performance of reading like humans do.

An original mascot I designed to be adaptable to any situation. The initial goal was to have a cute design to use on live streams for various alerts and other purposes, but she’s evolved into something a bit more all-purpose – an all purpose cultural bunny girl, if you will. While Nova has become the face of my art and my most recognizable character over the years, I wanted to create a new character design that wasn’t directly tied to a comic or any specific project that could be used in a wider variety of situations, and ultimately kicked off what I’m calling Superfuture Technolabs, a little side project of android characters. In Bun-E03’s case, she’s designed to be a “High Performance Next-Generation Bunny Mascot,” the first in a line of entertainment androids with a bright personality to match.

Her overall look combines things I like into one design, and is meant to be sort of a showcase of what my art often is: Bubbly, fun, and cute, and just a bit sexy at times. Her android appearance and mechanical parts are meant to make her feel out of this world, and ultimately became the basis for other android characters to follow. It probably goes without saying, but there’s some Hastune Miku and Ulala (from Space Channel 5) influences in there as well with the twin-tail hairstyle and appearance of someone who could break out into song and dance at any moment.