Easy drawing anime Bunny || How to draw A Bunny Step by Step

Easy drawing anime Bunny with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Simple drawing for kids and beginners.

Easy drawing anime Bunny

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below

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You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below

Step 1

Start sketching the rabbit by drawing the face. This cute bunny has big round eyes, slightly pointed at the corners.

Inside the eye, draw a curved line and shade the circle to represent the pupil. Draw a small boomerang for the wiggly nose, and use a curved line to trace the front of the face.

Step 2

Draw the ears of the cartoon rabbit using a pair of curved lines that meet at the gentle point. At the base of the ears, overlap short curved lines in a serrated fashion to create the look of fur.

Draw a rounded “W” below the nose to outline the mouth. On one side, let the arm of the letter “W” touch the nose. Draw the lower jaw of the baby rabbit with a curved line.

Step 3

Draw the other ear, again using a pair of curved lines that meet at the gentle point. Line the inside of the ear with curved lines.

Step 4

Draw the rabbit’s face and shoulders. Use a series of curved lines that meet at jagged points to give it a feathery appearance. Use the same sets of lines to contour above the eyes and on the side of the nose and mouth.

Step 5

Draw the rabbit’s chest and the front of its front legs. For each type, use a series of lines that meet at hairy, jagged spots.

Step 6

Line the front leg with a long, curved line. At the top of the legs, draw short, overlapping lines to create the look of fur. Detail the toe with short curves.

Step 7

Draw the remaining front leg. Draw it with a curved line and draw a short line near the top. Then draw a long, curved line from the shoulders to form the rabbit’s back and hunchback. Double the line back to itself at the top to form the back foot. Notice the feather detail on the hips.

Step 8

Draw the front of the hind legs and belly. For each, use a series of short, overlapping curves to create the look of fur. Detail the toes of the hindfoot by drawing short curved lines.

Step 9

Complete the rabbit outline by drawing the remaining hind leg and tail. Use one curved line for the foot and another to detail the toes. For the tail, use short lines that meet at the jagged points. Pay attention to the sharp tip.

Step 10

Color your cartoon rabbit. We’ve colored our brown with white patches. In the wild, most rabbits are brown and gray to blend in with their surroundings.

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