Rabbits are known for their hopping, leaping, and jumping – but have you seen one walk? Well, we can help you bring this scene to life – let’s get started!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Use your black pen to draw a large, curved shape in the center of your page.
Add two long, thin curved shapes to the top of this, both angling across towards the right. These will be the ears!
Add another, smaller shape inside the bottom ear…
And then add a small oval shape to the bottom of the circle, filling this almost completely apart from a small sliver of white in the center. Add curved lines below this for the mouth.
Add a “u” shape to the bottom of the mouth…
And then a curved line to the left of this.
Shade the right section of the mouth with the black pen, and divide the remaining space in two.
Now, add two circles above the nose, each with a small flick towards the outside.
Add two small circles inside each eye, and shade the space around these with the black pen.
Now, add a curved line below the mouth…
And then add a curved “u” shape to the bottom, with two marks at the end to create the paw.
Add another paw to the left…
And then bring a curved line down from the bottom of this, taking this across to a “U” shape on the right.
Add a small oval shape to the left of the bunny.
Now, add a curved shape to the right, and take this to three “bumps” at the bottom to create a foot.
Connect the oval shape to the body with two curved lines…
And then add a pointed tail to the back, just above the foot.
Now, use a black fineliner to draw two curves across the face, and two small circles on the cheeks.
Use the black fineliner to add a wavy curve to the tip of the tail and the ends of the paws, and to create a circle on the chest.
Use the same pen to add a pawprint to the left foot…
Grab an orange pen, and shade the pawprint, the spots on the cheeks, and the inside of the ear.
Use a blue pen for the top of the face and ears, the arms, and the bottom section of the body, leaving the spaces inside the wave lines and circle white.
And voila – there is your very own rabbit on a mission. The real question is where he is going – and this part of the story is up to you!