Rabbits are cute, curious creatures, and we can never have enough drawings of them! In just a few short steps, we will create our very own standing rabbit – are you ready to get started?
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Start by grabbing a black pen, and drawing a curve on the left side of your face, and then add a smaller curve to the top of this.
Add a small circle to the top of this second curve, and then take the line up and across to the left.
Add a large “loop” for the ear of the bunny, taking the line back down…
And then add a curved point inside the ear.
From the bottom of the ear, take the line down, out, and curve it across to the right, looping it up at the end for a toe.
Add two more toes to the top of this.
Bring a line down from the bottom of the face, and add three “tufts” for fur on the chest.
Add a front leg with two curved lines and toes at the end.
Connect this to the bottom foot with a curved line…
And then add a second foot to the bottom. Add a curve to the top of the front foot.
Return to the line at the top of the foot, and add a bumpy shape in a “backward C” to the top of this, creating the haunches.
Add a tuft to the back for a tail…
And add a second ear just behind the first.
Now, draw an almond shape in the face for an eye…
And add a smaller circle inside this. Fill this in almost completely, leaving a small white dot in the center.
Add another, smaller shape inside the ear.
Grab a pink pen, and shade the inside of the ear.
Use a green pen to add color to the eye…
And use a brown pen for the main body of the rabbit.
And there we have it – an adorable rabbit standing on his hind legs, alert for danger – or adventure!