Let’s learn how to draw a cute bunny eating grass. Follow the tutorial video or the step by step images below.
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Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Start with a black pen, and draw a large upside-down ”U” shape, roughly in the center of your page, near the top.
From the top of this, draw two shapes; the first a tall, thin ”n” shape sticking straight up, and the second two short, parallel lines, topped with a ”teardrop” shape which faces to the right – these will be the ears of the bunny.
Carefully add another, smaller shape inside each of these, and fill this in with the black pen, leaving the outside edges clear.
Next, add two small oval shapes to the ends of the line, on either side of the ”n” shape.
Just below these oval shapes, extend the line down slightly on both sides.
Just below this, add a large semicircle shape. This will be the bowl.
Now, return to the ovals you just drew. On the right hand side, draw a long, thin rectangle extending out to the left from the end of this paw.
Add a small ”heart shape” to the center of the main ”n”, and fill this in with a black pen – this will be your bunny’s adorable nose!
Add two small curved lines descending from the bottom of the nose, to create an adorable, happy smile.
Now, draw two sets of parallel lines descending from the bottom of the mouth, reaching into the bowl you just made.
Add another small square emerging from the left hand set of these parallel lines…
And curved lines on either side of the vertical ones – this is the grass in the bowl.
Next, add two small rounded shapes to the bottom of the main lines, on either side of the bowl.
Change to a pink pen, and make two small marks just above the nose…
Then use the black pen to make two circles to the sides of these marks. Fill in the circles almost completely, leaving a small white dot in each one to bring your bunny to life.
Now, add three short, horizontal lines to either side of the nose to create whiskers for your bunny.
Use the pink pen to add details to the feet of the bunny; add three small circles to the top, and a small pink oval beneath each one.
Grab an orange pen, and fill in the bowl with this color.
Use a brown pen to add color and shading to the right hand curve of the bowl…
And use a green pen to fill in the grass!
And just like that, you are the proud owner of an adorable bunny, munching on a delicious, nutritious bowl of grass!
There is no denying that bunnies are super cute, and can bring a smile to even the most cynical of faces! Did you know, however, that despite cartoon images of happy rabbits, surrounded by carrots, that their main diet does not consist of root vegetables? Instead, most rabbits survive on an array of greens, including clovers, grasses and weeds. In fact, carrots are high in sugar, and typically contribute to tooth decay in around 11% of pet rabbits. That doesn’t mean that they are totally off-limits to your furry friend, but just remember that everything is better in moderation.
With the right diet, your bunny will grow to a healthy size, though some take this more seriously than others – the Flemish Giant rabbit can grow to reach a whopping 2.5 feet in length, and can weigh up to 22 pounds! The term ”gentle giant” was pretty much made for these guys though; they are known for their gentle, friendly nature, and can make great pets from babyhood – incidentally, baby rabbits are actually known as ”kittens” – right up to adulthood.
Bunnies also make super hygienic pets – just like cats, they will lick their fur to keep themselves clean, and this means that they will not need to be bathed by their owners in the same way as other pets such as dogs.
Overall, it is hard to deny that bunnies make the perfect pets, and can be a welcome addition to any household!