How to Draw a Vampire Bunny

Let’s draw a scary vampire bunny step by step.


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Starting with a black pen, add a small shape just to the left of center of your page. This should have a curved line, like a backwards “C”, on the right hand side, and a zigzag line joining the left hand side of the shape.


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From the back of the reverse “C”, add another line curving up, across and back down – this is almost like a large, lower case “n” shape.


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Return to the front of the “C” – at the top of the zigzag line – and extend the curved line out a little more to the left and downwards. Then, starting at the bottom right hand corner of the “n”, add another, parallel line, following the curve up, across and back down. At the bottom of the “n”, bring the curves line out to the right, and back down, finishing it level with the shorter curved line you extended from the top of the zigzag shape.


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Now, add another pair of curved lines, emerging up and out from the left hand side of the shape – start the bottom of the two lines level with the top of the zigzag line, and curve this across in a “C” shape. Curve this round at the bottom to bring the second line up, joining it at the top. Then, add another line just inside the bottom one – this will be the ear of your vampire bunny.


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To the right of this ear, inside the original shape, add a curved line heading downwards, and a sharp “W” shape just beneath this. Join the top of the “W” with a single curved line.


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Next, join the bottom of the curved line together with another, slightly curved line. Leave the “W” – or fangs – unconnected. This is your bunny’s mouth.


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Add a little definition by thickening the line of the mouth by going over the outlines again with the black pen.


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Add a small semicircle, with the corners curving upwards, just above the mouth.


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Then, add two long lines just above this semicircle, curving the ends of these downwards ever so slightly.


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Add two more semicircles to the top of these lines, to create the outline of eyes.


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Then, add two wavy lines above the eyes – these will be sinister looking eyebrows – and add dots to the center of the eye shapes, to create pupils.


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Every villain needs a bow tie! Add a small bow tie shape to the bottom of the face, and add detail with a few curved, horizontal lines to fill the shape.


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Now, add two lines, heading down diagonally from the corners of the bow tie, and meeting in a point at the bottom. Add another line, heading down vertically from beneath the circle – or knot – on the center of your bow tie. Finally, add another, slightly curved line descending from the right hand side of the head.


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Now, add, a series of small, straight lines emerging from the bottom of the point you just created – this should look almost like forked lightning.


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Use the bottom of the lines you just created to add another curved line, meeting just below the left ear, and stretching down just beyond the point.


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Next, add a triangle shape to the left of the left hand ear. Extend the top line across, behind the gap between the ear and head, and across through to the other side. Skip the right hand ear, and then continue the line slightly to the right.


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Now, add a wavy line, extending down from the left hand corner, just below the triangle you just created. At the bottom of the page, bring this wavy line across, and then curve it back up towards the right hand side of the drawing. Leave a slight gap.


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Add a semicircle shape to the right hand side of the drawing, just below the ear.


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Now, extend the line from the bottom of this semicircle across and up, add three “claws” to the bottom of this.


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From the corner of the paw, bring the lines across to meet in a point, and then bring these two lines down to meet in a blunted point at the bottom. Use the end of the wavy line you just created to cross over the bottom of this new shape.


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Next, return to the line at the top of the drawing, around halfway up the bunny head. From the end of this line, bring another line across and down to join the paw – this is the collar of your vampire bunnies majestic cloak.


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Now, add a few wavy, vertical lines to the bottom of your shape, to replicate the folds in the cloak. Then, add a reverse “C” shape just beneath the collar on the left hand side.


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Next, add some texture to the section between the ears, by adding vertical hatching to the space to create hair.


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Grab a black pen, and use this to fill in most of the bottom of the cloak – leave a few long, teardrop shaped spaces running from the bottom to the top, as well as a curved shape running down and across from the left hand side.


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Add some detail to the paw on the right hand side; bring a line straight across, and add two small circles, to represent buttonholes in the sleeve – you want to make sure your vampire bunny is well dressed!


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Next, grab a gray pen, and use this to fill in the empty “teardrop” spaces in the cloak.


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Then, use a red pen to add color to the back of the cloak, around the neck, and to the bottom of the eyes.


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Switch back to the gray pen, and fill in the bow tie with a dark, moody shade.


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Next, use an orange pen to fill in the squares at the top of the cloak.


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And a yellow pen to fill in the claws and the top of the eyes!


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Grab a gray pencil, and add some color to the hair at the top of the head.


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Now, use the same gray pencil to outline the edges of the ears on the bottom.


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Use a red pen to fill in the color of the mouth…


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Before returning to the gray pencil to add some outline to the other side of the ears.


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Now, use the gray pencil to gently shade in the center of the ears, and the outside of the paw.


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Thicken the left arm a little bit with a black pen as a finishing touch. And just like that, you have your very own super spooky vampire bunny – don’t go out after dark!


From Transylvania to Hollywood, the legend of the vampire has taken the world by storm, and these fearsome foes are the primary antagonist in many a spooky tale.

The name ‘vampire’ comes from the Albanian word ‘Dhampir’, which means ‘to drink with teeth’ – a perfect description for the fanged monsters which dominate so much of television and literature.

According to the legends, vampires survive by consuming just one main food source: the blood of human beings. They use their fanged canine teeth to penetrate the jugular, allowing them to enjoy a steady stream of life-giving goodness, and leave their victims for dead – if they don’t turn them first.

Different sources disagree sightly on the best way to slay a vampire, but driving a wooden take directly through the heart seems to be a pretty solid choice. Other options include exposing the vampire to direct sunlight – this will turn them to dust in an instant – and using holy water and crucifixes to keep the sinister beings at bay.

The very first recording of a vampire has been traced back to Greek mythology, in the spine-tingling tale of a young man named Ambrogio. Since then, humans have had to learn the main signs of a possible vampire in order to survive. Sharp, fanged teeth are a dead giveaway, but if you have someone around who is unusually pale, avoids the sunlight, and never seems to age, it could be time to start asking questions… before it is too late!

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