How to Draw a Bunny (Cute) – Step by Step
This is the perfect time to learn something new to draw. This time we will show you a step-by-step guide how to draw a rabbit. This one is really cute and pretty easy.
This tutorial will show you how to draw a sitting bunny and is perfect for beginners of all ages. It looks amazing but is really easy to draw so it can be drawn by preschool and kindergarten kids or adults just starting out. It will also look amazing on your Easter cards!
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Spring is the perfect time of year to start bunny drawing. In this tutorial you will learn how to draw a cute cartoon bunny. It’s a fairly easy drawing method, so you’ll be drawing your own in no time.
We know that sitting in front of your computer and drawing with pencil and paper can get a little boring, so we’ve got a handy printable drawing sheet for you. Just print it out and learn to draw wherever you go (also useful for classroom drawing).
Also check: How to draw a butterfly
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Learn to Draw a Rabbit Tutorial (Cute One) with Printable Version
What do you need:
- our printable template (you can find it at the end of this drawing tutorial)
- sheet of paper
- black marker (or pencil, colored pencil, …)
Optional: Medium to color your finished drawing.
Watch the video
Or follow this drawing guide step by step
Print out our bunny drawing template for kids (you will get it at the end of this tutorial).
Start by drawing a “bell” shape. If you find this shape too difficult, a semi-oval shape also works well.
Then draw two rabbit feet. You can draw them with or without finger strokes.
Young children and beginners may find it easier to draw them without bumps by simply drawing an oval shape.
Draw the rabbit’s “hands” and belly. Also draw the line below.
Draw the details on the two rabbit feet.
Start drawing the ears (make an inverted V-type shape for each ear).
Continue drawing the rabbit ears. You can start at the top and work your way down or vice versa, whichever feels more natural to you.
*Complete the ears and draw a bunny face.
If you want, you can also put shade (or grass) under the bunny. We think it adds a nice touch to the design.
Now all you have to do is color the picture you just drew.
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