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How to Draw Buneary, Buneary From Pokemon

Artist: Dawn / October 1, 2012
How to Draw Buneary, Buneary From Pokemon

Step 1.

Make two shapes, one for the head and the other for the body. Add the facial guide.

Step 2.

You will begin drawing out the shape of the head starting with the top half. Next, draw in the ears like so making sure that the right one is falling or flopping over. Sketch in the outline of the puffy fleece.

Step 3.

Finish drawing the cotton ball like shapes at the tips of the ears like so, then draw in the eyes, nose, mouth and brows. You will also need to draw in the inner ear detailing as well.

Step 4.

Finish drawing out the face like so, then draw out the torso followed by the rabbit like hands and feet or legs.

Step 5.

Finish off this Pokemon by drawing the other side of the ruffle, and then the other foot. Add the toe lines then begin erasing your mistakes.

Step 6.

Here is Buneary when you are done. Color him in and show people what you have just done.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: October 1, 2012
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Description: Well guys, here is a short description for a Pokemon character that is as simple as they come. These fluffy balls of fur have one of the most kindest appearance because they resemble rabbits or bunnies. Today I will be showing you "how to draw Buneary", step by step. These normal type Pokemon can be found in the forest as well as on icy mountains. They have a simple diet consisting of just greens which makes them herbivores. Buneary have long ears like a normal bunny, but instead of their bodies being covered up with one type of fur, they have two different types. The top half of Buneary have a tan or brown colored pelt that covers their face, almost all of their ears, half their torso, and all of their arms. From the waist down they have this beige colored fleece that covers the tops of their ears, and the entire lower half of their bodies. They are excellent jumpers, and can even conjure up a pretty impressive blow using their curled up ears. Anyway, you should have a blast drawing Buneary especially if you have been waiting for this lesson for a while. I will be back later with more tuts for you all so stay tuned in. Adios people!