Learn how to draw a bunny step by step and easy enough for beginners, start a sketch with this tutorial.
Hello! This elementary lesson is about how to draw a bunny step by step! This cute animal has an oval body, large ears and a short fluffy tail. It can be found in clearings, meadows, watery lands and other places. Rabbits live mainly in underground burrows. In the course of evolution, rabbits have been given the role of victims with many enemies, so the speed of a rabbit running away in zigzag jumps can reach 20 mph (ca. 32 km/h), and individual individuals can run at speeds up to 35 mph (ca. 56 km/h). In case of danger, rabbits hit the ground with their hind legs, warning relatives of the threat.
This animal has an amazing ability to chew quickly. According to information from biological sources, his jaw performs approximately a couple of chewing actions per second. And in such a “chewing” state, the rabbit can be for quite a long time. Drawing a rabbit will help you practice drawing various lines and elements. Let’s start!
Time needed: 20 minutes.
How to Draw a Bunny
- Draw the head.
Draw an oval shape with a pointed part on the right.
- Draw the torso.
Now, following the example from the second step, draw the bunny torso.
- Add details.
Draw the long bunny ear and draw the animal’s tail as shown.
- Second ear.
Detail the ear located visually closer, and also draw the second ear of the rabbit. In addition to the ears, this step shows how to draw the bunny’s nose.
- Draw the legs.
Draw the back and front legs of the bunny, which are closer.
- Far legs.
Detail the bunny’s chest by adding fur, and draw the second part of the bunny’s legs.
- Add an eye.
Draw the shape of the bunny’s eye and muzzle.
- Detail the face.
Detail the bunny’s face by adding the pupil, eyebrow, and whiskers.
- Color your bunny’s artwork.