Learn how to draw a great looking Easy Cute Character with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect Easy Cute Character.
Would you like to learn how to draw an easy, cute character? This step-by-step cartoon drawing guide is here to show you how.
Bunnies, cats, hamsters, and other animals are common subjects of the Japanese chibi illustration style. Chibi characters are baby like, with large heads, big eyes, and small bodies.
That is exactly what you will find with this cute character. It has a very large head with expressive eyes, with rabbit ears on top, and a small rabbit body below.
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This cute character is easy to draw. It is made up mainly of round shapes, the exception being the pointed ears.
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing an Easy Cute Character
How to Draw a Great Looking Easy Cute Character for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin the easy, cute character outline by drawing a large oval. This will form the animal's head. Inside the oval, draw a smaller, partial oval. Notice that a curved line cuts off the bottom of the oval. This is the cheek, and the oval is the eye. Draw two smaller ovals inside the eye and shade around them.
Easy Easy Cute Character Drawing - Step 2
2. Draw the remaining eye, again using a partial oval, two smaller ovals, and shading between them. Shade a small, rounded, inverted triangle between the eyes. This is the character's nose.
Easy Easy Cute Character Drawing - Step 3
3. Draw a short line above each eye to form the character's eyebrows. Draw a small "U" shaped line under the nose for the smiling mouth. Then, extend two curved lines from the head and allow them to meet at a point. This forms the ear of the rabbit.
Easy Easy Cute Character Drawing - Step 4
4. Draw the rabbit's remaining ear, again extending a pair of curved lines and allowing them to meet at a point. Use two curved lines to enclose a double-pointed shape inside the ear, detailing it.
Easy Easy Cute Character Drawing - Step 5
5. Detail inside the remaining ear by drawing a double-pointed shape using two curved lines. Then, draw a tuft of fur on top of the rabbit's head using a series of connected, "U" shaped lines.
Easy Easy Cute Character Drawing - Step 6
6. Extend two curved lines below the head to begin drawing the small, round body.
Easy Easy Cute Character Drawing - Step 7
7. Draw two curved lines that double back upon themselves in a spiral shape. These are the rabbit's arms.
Add More Details to Your Easy Cute Character Picture - Step 8
8. Draw two more curved lines that double back upon themselves. These incomplete oval shapes are the rabbit's feet.
Complete the Outline of Your Easy Cute Character Drawing - Step 9
9. Connect the feet with a short line, completely enclosing the rabbit's body. Then, use a "C" shaped line to enclose its fluffy tail.
Color Your Easy Cute Character Drawing
Your easy, cute character outline is now complete. Color the cartoon bunny. You can make him white or brown like a real rabbit, or use your imagination to make him any color you can dream up. In our example, we've shaded him pink!
Challenge: can you change the shape of this character's ears to make it look like a different type of animal? Can you use "C" shaped ears to make it look like a bear or long floppy ears to make it a puppy? What about "V" shaped cat's ears?
For more great cute animal drawing tutorials, see the collection of Easy How to Draw Cute Animal Tutorials.
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