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In this drawing guide, we will show you how to draw a bunny for kids.
The rabbit is a very cute and funny animal. In fact, there are no people who don’t like rabbits. Besides, the rabbit is a great drawing object. An artist of all skill levels can handle this very simple guide. Each step is one elementary action. Just follow this and you will get great results!
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 20 minutes.
How to draw a bunny for kids
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- Sketch the head and the torso
Firstly, draw two circles to outline the head and body of our bunny.
- Sketch the eyes of the rabbit
Draw two ovals to mark the outlines of the bunny’s eyes. Ovals differ in shape and size due to the perspective.
- Sketch bunny cheeks
Draw the outlines of the bunny’s rounded cheeks. Use smooth dashed lines like in our sample.
- Draw bunny ears
Draw the bunny ears, which look like two oval shapes at the top of the head. Avoid oversized shapes.
- Draw the front paws of the rabbit
The front legs of the bunny appear as small, rounded shapes. Draw it with light lines.
- Draw the hind paws of the rabbit
The hind legs look a little more complex than the front ones, don’t they? In fact, they are just two rounded shapes of different sizes.
- Draw the tail of the bunny
Draw the bunny’s rounded, fluffy tail. Sketch the rounded front part of our pet’s torso
- Erase the guidelines
To give your bunny drawing a finished look, delete all unnecessary guidelines.
- Color the bunny drawing
Don’t forget to paint white highlights inside the black rabbit eyes.
Draw a few more rabbits or other animals if you have a large illustration in mind. You can also add plants and other parts of the landscape. In case you find this guide too simple, you can add more detail to your rabbit and add shadows, fur texture or a complex background. By the way, do not forget to use a special PDF file for the most convenient drawing.