Rabbits have busy lives, and so when they get a chance to sleep, it is best not to disturb them. What you can do, however, is admire them from afar – and this is exactly what we will learn to do in just a few short, simple steps. Let’s get started!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Start with a black pen, and draw a large circle in the right of your page.
Add a small “horseshoe” shape to the bottom right of this circle.
Inside this, add an oval shape with curved lines at the bottom for a nose and mouth.
Bring two pointed, “teardrop” shapes out to the sides…
And add a curved line inside the bottom of each of these. Then, add a small circle below each of these shapes.
Bring two lines up on the top right – these should angle outwards. Add a long, thin “almond” shape to the end of this, with the end pointing towards the bottom right-hand corner of the page.
Add a line just inside each of the bottom sections to create the ear…
And then bring another ear up on the left, using wavy lines and connecting them at the top.
Add a long, curved shape inside this ear…
And then add three “egg” shapes to the left of the bunny.
Bring a curved line up from the right egg shape, and then take another curved line up from the one on the left. Take this up and then across to the right, joining the top of the head.
Add a fluffy tail to the back…
And then connect the curved line to a “loop” at the front of the body, just below the face. Add another curved shape to the right of this.
Now, add two more of the “egg” shapes to the right of the face.
Bring a series of tall, thin, curved “spikes” all around the right edge of the bunny, and to the right of the ears.
Repeat this with more of these shapes at the back…
And then use a black fineliner to decorate the eggs at the front with stars and stripes.
Add more stars, circles, and zig-zag designs to the eggs at the back.
Use a pink pen to shade the inside of the ears and the spots on the cheek and nose.
Now, use a light green pen for the grass shapes around the rabbit, and the egg at the back.
Use a red pen for the patches around the eyes…
And then use a yellow for the shape around the mouth, and the egg at the front.
Use a blue pen for the egg at the back…
And a red pen for the remaining eggs.
And there we have it – an adorable sleeping bunny, protecting his eggs – everyone tiptoe past, and stay very quiet…