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In this guide, we will draw a rabbit in twelve easy steps. Drawing a rabbit is simple,. Just follow our step-by-step guide.
We’ll start with simple shapes, and you’ll be surprised how those are going to transform into a cute rabbit.
Use a light pencil to make the shapes, and have an eraser near you. Some lines will be erased before the drawing is complete.
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We will start with the head, but don’t forget to leave enough space for the body. The rabbit’s body will be much larger than the head and ears.
In the following drawing stages, I’ve highlighted each step with lines of blue color.
Have fun while drawing the rabbit. You don’t need any special pens or tools. A regular pencil, eraser, and paper are all you need. If you want, you can also color the drawing with colored pencils or pens.
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Bunny Rabbit
Draw 2 ovals for the head, a vertical one and a horizontal one. Make the horizontal oval a bit smaller.
Make a cross in the smaller oval. This will help to align the eyes, nose, and mouth.
Add two small ovals for the eyes, a triangle for the nose, and a simple mouth.
Now you can erase the lines inside the lower oval. Add rest of the facial features; the pupils for the eyes, eyebrows, and nose.
Next, make two big ovals for the ears.
Add two lines inside each ear.
Erase the bottom of the ears to finalize the drawing of the head.
Let’s do the body next. Draw 2 ovals, one bigger than the other, and a very small third one for the tail.
Draw 3 rectangles for the legs. Then, add three ovals for the feet.
Draw slightly curvy lines around the leg rectangles. Erase the inner lines. Your bunny drawing is almost complete.
Add the final lines for the belly, toes, and whiskers.
Color your rabbit.
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