|Date Added: December 15, 2008|
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Description: This next tutorial is going to be a bit different from the rest that I submitted today because it is on a classic cartoon character that almost everyone has grown up watching. The animated character that I will be giving you a lesson on is funny, smart, spiteful, cleaver, and even sometimes caring. So without further ado it is time that I show you "how to draw Bugs Bunny" step by step. Now Bugs is a rabbit that is seen in a variety of animated shorts from Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies. This animated smart mouthed bunny was first introduced to the TV screen back in 1940 with the episode of “A Wild Hare”. He was created and developed by Tex Avery and Robert McKimson. Now according to the two, Bugs Bunny is a rabbit from the Bronx with a very strong New York accent. He is mainly seen eating a carrot living beneath the ground where he is constantly being hunted by Elmer Fudd (who is the bald character that is always dressed in hunting gear and has a slurred speech). Too bad for Elmer his plans of catching Bugs never quite goes his way and is always left looking like a complete fool. Now since Bugs is a very smart hare, it is very easy for him to outwit his catchers. Not only did he have conflict with Elmer Fudd, he is also seen being terrorized by Yosemite Sam, Marvin the Martian, Daffy Duck, Tasmanian Devil, Witch Hazel and the very elegant Wile E. Coyote. I grew up watching "Bugs Bunny and friends" with my brother and sister and I loved the show every time he came on the tube. Sometimes my sister used to say to me “if I were a cartoon female rabbit Bugs would be my boyfriend” and that was very funny and cute at the same time. Now a days you can see Bugs Bunny everywhere, from being printed on t-shirts and pajamas, to posters and folders. This tutorial will show you "how to draw Bugs Bunny character step by step". I know you will find the steps easy to follow because they come with simple to read and understand instructions. I will be back in a bit with more drawing fun so hang on to your carrots kids, there is more on the way. You can stick around DragoArt and browse some more, or you can visit the Kids WB and have fun with Bugs and all his friends by clicking here. There is a bunch of games and activities that will keep you occupied till I return.