How to Draw Playboy Bunny

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The the bunny is obviously going to be easy. Start with a circle shape for the head, and then add the guidelines for the ears, and eyes, and then draw another circle for the bow tie and or collar.


You will now draw out the perfect looking bunny ears and then move to the next step.


Here you will completely draw out the shape of the Playboy Bunny's head shape. As you can see there is a notch in the bunny's neck. This will be used later on. Once the head is drawn, you can then add the perfect eye shape.


For your last drawing step all you have to do is draw out the collar and bow tie that should fit snug in the notch you drew in the previous step. Erase all the guidelines until you have a clean drawing left behind.


Color in your drawing any shade you wish, and you have just finished this tutorial on "how to draw Playboy Bunny, step by step".

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November 3, 2017

Description: I'm about to submit a tutorial on a very popular symbol or logo that has become popular over the ever passing years. Unfortunately, there are kids that come to the site, that are not eighteen years of age which is why I can't go into full detail about the history behind the symbol. All I can do for you completely is, show you “how to draw Playboy Bunny, step by step”. The Playboy Bunny is probably one of the most recognized symbols in existence today. I mean, men, woman, and children are all familiar with the soft style bunny with the long ears, and bow tie. This bunny logo was associated with a chain of night clubs called the “Playboy Club”. These clubs were founded by Playboy Enterprise back in the sixties by the one and only Hugh Hefner. Originally a Playboy Bunny was a waitress that worked in the club, and like Playmates, they wore what you call “bunny suits”. These uniforms consisted of a set of bunny ears, a bow tied collar, cuffs, a corset, and of course the fluffy bunny tail. The logo that you will be drawing today was first designed by artist “Art Paul”. The silhouette of a rabbit in a bow tie was a perfect choice for Hefner because he felt that the logo was playful, and frisky. The bunny logo had become a part of Playboy Magazine from then on. The first mens magazine was released on the month of December, back in 1953. The first woman to graze the front page of Playboy was Marilyn Monroe. Nowadays this logo is worn as a piece of jewelry, for the logo design of a purse or pocket, and Playboy Bunny even has a clothing line that varies from woman's panties, socks, bras, shirts, eye wear, and much, much more. I think that this is going to be a very popular tutorial because you will learn "how to draw Playboy Bunny, step by step”. Well guys, after this lesson, I only have one left to go. I hope you yourself with this drawing. Peace out gang, and happy drawing!

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