We all know that bunny rabbits are super cute – but imagine how adorable they would look if they were crossed with a mystical unicorn? In just a few short steps, we will make this amazing image a reality – let’s get started.
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
To begin, use a black pen to draw a tall, diagonal pointed shape in the right of your page -the top of the shape should point towards the top right-hand corner.
Add another line inside this, with a small “hook” at the top end, and then add a short mark to the bottom left.
Add another curved mark to the end of this line, and then bring a wavy line down on the right.
Now, add a pointed unicorn horn to the end of the top line – this should have slightly bumpy edges, and come to a point at the top.
Add a series of diagonal lines across the width of the horn…
Add a small curved point below this horn for the front of the mane, and then bring a curved line down from the bottom. Take this out in a “C” shape, and then across to the right. Leave a small gap, then add a short, curved line.
In the gap, you just left, add a small circle with a curved line at each of the four “corners”.
Connect these shapes at the ends to create a bow tie, and then add short marks inside the ends.
Bring a curved line down from the left side of the bow tie. Take this down, across to the right, and up slightly, and then add another curved line to the right.
Next, add a “U” shape to the end of this second curved line. Bring the top of this across to the left, parallel with the line below. This is the back foot of your unicorn bunny.
Now, add another angled “U” shape to the bottom of the face to create the right arm…
And add a mark to the end of this arm, with a thicker curved line below it.
Add a pointed shape to the gap for a tail…
And then add another curved foot to the front of the body, and then a short curved line to the bottom of the body.
Bring another curved arm across to the left…
Now, add another flick of mane to the front of the horn, and take two curved lines between the horn and the ear. Add a short, curved line behind the ear, and then add short marks inside the mane sections.
Add another curve behind the ear, and then connect this to the end of the right arm, and flick it up to the top right corner of the page.
Take this to a point, and then follow the line parallel to the one below.
Now, add curved lines across this to form the mane of the unicorn bunny.
Add a second pointed ear just behind the first…
And then add two circles to the top of the face.
Follow these with smaller circles in the top right of each…
And then shade the circles, leaving the smaller circles and a strip at the bottom of each white for the moment.
Now, grab a pencil. Add three oval shapes all around the figure, and a star in the top right corner.
Next, use the pencil to draw two cloud shapes, topped with crowns – add one to either side of the unicorn bunny.
Go over these shapes with a thin black pen, adding small circles to the point of the crown.
Use an eraser to remove any remaining pencil lines…
And then use a bright pink pen for the inside of the ear, the top of the main, and the third stripe of the horn. Use the same shade to add a mark to the top of each eye, the space at the bottom of the eyes, spots of color to the cheeks, and a cheerful nose and mouth in the center.
Use a red pen to complete the top of the mouth…
And then use the pink pen for the ends of the feet, the bottom of the tail, and the center of the tummy, as well as the bottom of the tail and the center of the paws.
Use a bright blue pen for the bow tie, the bottom of the horn, and the bottom section of the mane.
Now, use a darker pink pen for the next strand of the mane, and the bottom stripe of the horn…
Complete the mane with a yellow pen, and use this for the next stripe of the horn…
And then use a lighter yellow for the crowns and the star.
Grab a pink pen, shade the egg on the right, and then use a yellow pen to add small “u” shapes to this. Use a purple pen for wavy lines on the left egg, and fill in the spaces with a yellow pen for decoration. Next, use two green pens – one dark and one light – to add stripes to the egg on the top left.
Grab a red pen, a yellow pen, a blue pen, and a pink pen, and add a curved rainbow to the back of the star.
Now, use a black pen to add smiley faces to the clouds.
Using a pink pen, add an outline to the clouds, and surround your unicorn bunny with stars, circles, and heart shapes. Use the same shade for the top of the crown.
Use a purple pen for a pointed shape beneath the feet – this should be pointed at either end and add a “dip” in the top and bottom at the center.
And voila – a stunning unicorn bunny creature to name and enjoy; the best creatures are those that are curious!