How To Draw A Cute Bunny with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy animals to draw for beginners and kids.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
Drawing a cute bunny is a great way to practice backgrounds, and rabbits have the added benefit of being a relatively simple animal to draw. You can easily create a bunny from a few simple shapes or a more realistic one by adding more details.
Find a reference bunny.
Quality reference is the best way to draw something you’ve never painted before. The reference image gives you a well-defined set of parameters that will define the boundaries of your drawing. And references can also inspire new drawing ideas when the creative well is running low. Head to Adobe Stock to find hundreds of reference images to choose from. In addition to providing a large amount of ready-to-use images, Adobe Stock makes importing images into Adobe Fresco easy. Simply click on the heart icon. Try searching for “bunny drawings” or “easter bunny” to see what different types of images appear.
Sketch your bunny step by step.
Fresco makes sketching easy with a powerful set of drawing tools, but you might be working on paper with plans to enter the digital space later. Either way, start with the basic shapes of the rabbit and work from there.
Layout of basic proportions.
Especially if you’re looking for a more realistic bunny instead of an animated bunny: “The easiest way to approach it is to divide the animal into simple shapes. The best way to do that is to look up a lot of photo references and then think, What shapes do I see in this animal? ” says illustrator Chioma Iloegbunam.
To start, draw two small circles that are slightly wider than their height. The first will be your bunny’s head; the second would be the body. Both shapes should be relatively close to each other.
Depending on the angle of view of your reference photo, you may need to create a body shape that is longer than that of a cartoon rabbit. The goal is to outline the circles, squares, and ovals you see in your reference, so you can start working on the pose and perspective of your drawing.
Give your rabbit a pose and perspective.
Once you’ve drawn the basic proportions, you can start creating poses, perspectives, and poses for your rabbit. This doesn’t have to be very detailed, but when you’re sketching at the legs, think of them as anchor points that define the perspective your sketch will have. If they huddle together and surround the body, your rabbit will look like it’s sitting. If you stretch them and give them a different shape, you can create a moving bunny. This process is an opportunity to practice curves.