How to draw a Baby Bunny with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Cartoon drawing tutorials for beginners and everyone.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
Start by drawing a circle to outline the bunny’s head.
Draw a “U” shaped line under the head and connect it to the circle using short curved lines that meet at the jagged points. This forms hair in the rabbit’s jaws. Draw a curved line from one side of the circle to the top.
Use a long, curved line twice as long as itself, enclosing one ear of the head. Cover the second ear in the same way. Notice the overlap of the lines on either ear, showing the soft ear.
Draw a long, curved line inside the right ear and fold it in half to create detail for the inner ear. Use curved lines to outline a similar shape in the soft ear. Add dimension to each ear by drawing a short curved line extending from the top.
Sketch the bunny’s arms. Outline each arm using pairs of curves. Wrap your hands around the ends of your arms, using a “U” line to outline each finger.
Use long, curved lines to outline the bunny’s torso and upper legs. Note the slight overlap of the lines where the legs join the body. Then, use overlapping curved lines to outline the foot and toe.
Encloses an irregular circular shape inside the stomach, showing the soft underside. Use a series of short, curved lines to enclose a circle just above the hind legs. This is the bunny’s fluffy tail.
Detail of the bunny’s face. Draw an inverted triangle with rounded corners to indicate the nose. Below it, enclose the mouth and the large incisors using several “U” shaped lines. Use long, curved lines to outline the hair around the cheeks and eyes. Draw a series of three consecutive smaller ovals that interlock to form each eye. Shade between the two smallest ovals, indicating the pupil. Finally, draw a teardrop shape above each eye to indicate the eyebrow.
Color your baby bunny. Rabbits come in many colors, including white, black, gray, and brown. Some have spots or stripes.