How to Draw a Bunny Coming Out of a Hat

Small, fluffy and super cute, bunnies are a popular choice with pet owners – as well as magicians! Learn how to create your very own magic trick with this simple rabbit out of a hat trick.


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Use a black pen to add a small” C” shape to the page, tilting it to around a 45 degree angle, and making sure that the top is slightly wavy.


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From the top of the ”C”, add two tall, pointy ears, ending level with the top of the shape. Inside the left hand ear, add another small triangle, and place a vertical line in the very center of this.


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Next, add a curved line, emerging from the base of the ears and curving around and down.


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Add a line heading right from the bottom of this curve, and add a small ”loop” shape on either side. Use a wavy line to connect this bottom to the chin of the bunny.


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Fill in the loop shapes with a black color to create the inside of the hat.


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Next, draw a large ring around the bottom of the bunny, parallel with the loops you drew earlier.


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Add a small teardrop shape to the face of the bunny, to create his bright eye.


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Use a black pen and a ruler to add two long, parallel lines, heading down at a 45 degree angle towards the bottom of the page. Join the top and bottom with a straight line. Add a line around half an inch from the top and the bottom to create the magician’s wand, and thicken the line of the bunny’s chin.


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Use the black pen and ruler to divide the body of the wand into three sections, using two lines.


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Add color to the outside sections of the wand, leaving the center blank.


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Use the tools to draw two straight lines, heading down from the ring, to create the body of the hat.


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Now, take the black pen, and add a slightly curved line to join these two lines – you now have the outline of the magician’s hat! Add a line just below the base to create a stripe.


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Use a pink pen to add color to the inside of the bunny ears…


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And a red pen to fill in the stripe of the hat.


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Take a gray pen, and add color to the rim of the hat…


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Before filling in the rest with a strong black highlighter pen.


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Finally, take a gray pen to create sparks and stars emerging from the end of the wand to finish off the design.


Abracadabra! You have created a rabbit emerging from a hat, where once there was mere blank paper – you are truly a wonderful magician.

When it comes to adorable pets, bunnies must be up there as one of the most popular – they are furry, smart, and incredibly cute, and this makes them a much-loved family member in many cases.

Taking care of them requires a lot of work and dedication – and this includes ensuring that your furry friend is neutered as soon as it is safe to do so. Did you know, however, that female bunnies have the potential to produce around 8 litters a year – and that the largest litter ever produced consisted of a whopping 24 babies? Unless you are looking to significantly expand your rabbit family, this is something to avoid, so early neutering is recommended – especially when you consider the fact that the oldest rabbit in the world lived to 16 years old, and the average lifespan is around 8 to 9 years old!

On a side note, the babies that are born may look a little strange – baby rabbits, also known as ”kits” or ”kittens”, are totally furless, and tend to have their eyes closed until around two weeks after they are born – this is especially the case in bunnies raised by hand.

When they are fully grown, rabbits can run at speeds of up to 40 mph, and will acquire all of their 28 sharp teeth. They will grow fairly quickly and, depending on the breed, can get quite large – the biggest bunny in the world stood at 4 ft 3 in (129 cm), and weighed around 50 lbs!

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