How to Draw a Bunny

Artist: animorpher / April 14, 2009

Step 1.

OKay, I don't want to type a lot becuz I wrote so much in the descrpition. My fingers are starting to hurt. So lightly with a pencil, start with your basic outline or a bunch of circles(poorly drawn cuz I don't have a circle tool in GIMP), and lines.

Step 2.

OK, now outline the cheeks and the sides of the head and draw one ear. Outline the left side of the body.

Step 3.

Outline the back and the nose and mouth. Draw the other ear. Finish the paw and start the other one.

Step 4.

DRaw the eyes. Finish the paw and draw the foot. dRaw a furry line to show the difference between the coloring.

Step 5.

finish the back and draw the tail. dRaw aa line that shows the color separation.

Step 6.

now after you erase your drawing should look something like this. I hope you enjoyed this tutorial!

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Artist: animorpher
Date Added: April 14, 2009
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Description: Okay peeps, I'm back with another bunny tutorial!!! I think this one is the best one so far, though. Anyways, I was gonna submitt this one on Easter so you could've drawn it for Easter, but I was on vacation on Easter unfortunately. So here's a bunny if you want to draw a bunny anyway. Okay, now I'm gonna tell you about the dutch rabbit right now off the top of my head. Dutch rabbits are a domestic breed of rabbit, unlike the cottontail. They can be brown and white, or black and white. Usually, the head of the rabbit, like the one I drew for example, is black with white between their eyes and on their nose and cheeks. The body is black too, but with white for their paws and the front of the body. Sometimes the feet are black and sometimes they are white, it usually depends. I've seen both either way. Since I told you what they look like, I'll tell you about their history. It's said that the Dutch rabbit started in Holland sometime around 1850 or later, or something like that, and was called the Hollander rabbit. Somehow the rabbits found their way to I think England in 1864 or whatever where it became a popular breed and taken to other parts of the world. I think it's one of oldest type of domestic breed of rabbit. Over the years, breeders carefully breeded the Dutch rabbits to improve the breed. I think since people want a specific rabbit with specific markings, this rabbit breed is a big challenge for an experienced breeder. Wow. I can't believe I remembered all of that! Just goes to show ya, read a lot. Since I'm such a rabbit freak, I read a lot on the history of different breeds of rabbits and stuff like that. I was originally going to get a brown baby dutch rabbit but my mom and I picked out a cute black baby Netherland Dwarf rabbit. If you want, I'll put up a tutorial on that. Anyway, I have a couple more tutorials to put up, which I may not get to, unfortunatly. I'm going to the mall today, so maybe when I get back in the afternoon I'll upload them. I'm going to upload a tutorial on Poof from the Fairly Odd Parents which I STILL haven't got to yet. I finished the tutorial since like, I think it was like April 4th or 5th or whatever. Okay, I've got to stop talking. I hope you enjoy the tutorial on how to draw a Dutch rabbit! Now you can tell people you learned something today!!!