Bunnies are one of the most popular Easter animals. Even kids who don’t know much about the holiday know that bunnies are a big part of it. Maybe that’s why so many kids want to draw a bunny at this time of year.But do you think your kid can draw a realistic looking bunny? Not just any old picture of a bunny, but an image that looks exactly like a real live rabbit? It won’t be easy, but with these step-by-step instructions, you can help your child learn how to draw a bunny in no time. These drawings may seem simple and almost too easy for adults, let alone children, but they’re an excellent way to get your child interested in art and help them build up their drawing skills at the same time.
Step 1: Find The Right Templates
Let’s start by finding a good set of bunny templates for your child to use. The key is to find templates that have bold lines and clear shapes. We don’t want your kid to get caught up in the details of these drawings. What we’re looking for is easy shapes that are very basic, almost like a stick figure drawing. We want your child to focus on the shapes and lines and not get distracted by all the extra details that are going on in the drawing. The other thing to look for when you’re choosing templates is that they are as simple and basic as possible. You don’t want your child to get overwhelmed by too many details. We want simple drawings that your child can understand and follow easily and without frustration. Too many details in the drawings can be confusing and scare some kids away from drawing all together. So, keep the templates as simple as possible.
Step 2: Learn How To Draw The Ears
There are two different types of bunny ears. The first kind is what’s called the “English ear” and the second type is called the “French ear”. Your child’s drawing will look more realistic if they can accurately draw both types of ears. The “English ear” is longer than the “French ear” and has a point at the end of the ear. The “French ear” is more rounded and has no point at the end. When your kid is learning how to draw the bunny ears, they should practice first by drawing one bunny ear on a piece of paper. Then, they can use that bunny ear as a template to draw the other one. This will ensure that the ears are drawn the same way on both sides.
Step 3: Learn How To Draw The Body
The body of the bunny is basically shaped like an egg. Your child should draw an egg on their paper and then add stripes to the egg to make it look like a rabbit. The body is made up of several different parts. The head, the chest, and the tummy are three of the main parts. The legs and the tail are also very important parts of the body. Your child should learn how to draw the head first. The head is shaped like a triangle. There are two eyes, a mouth and two ears on the head. Your child should draw the mouth and the eyes first on the head of the rabbit. Then, they can add the ears on each side of the head. The chest and tummy of the bunny are also very easy to draw. The chest is shaped like a small rectangle and the tummy is shaped like a small oval.
Step 4: Add The Tail And Feet
The feet are the easiest part of the bunny to draw. Your child can draw two circles on the bottom of the bunny’s feet. They can then add feet with two long lines coming out of each circle. The tail is also very easy to draw. Your child should draw a long rectangle for the tail. They can then add a small line coming out of the top of the rectangle to make it look like a curled tail.
Step 5: Final Steps
– If your child’s bunny is a boy bunny, they should add testicles. If the bunny is a girl bunny, they should add ovaries. – Add some fur to the bunny. Your child should draw the fur in different directions. – Add ears to the bunny. The ears can be short and round or long and pointed. – Add eyes to the bunny. The eyes can be big and wide or small and squinted. – Draw a carrot on the bunny’s tummy. – Add a small green leaf on the bunny’s head. – The bunny can be standing up or sitting down. – Choose a color palette and color the bunny’s body, ears, eyes and mouth. – You can add grass to the bunny’s feet or they can be standing on a surface like a table or the floor.
Kids love to draw bunnies at Easter and you can help them learn how to draw a bunny in just a few simple steps. Start by finding the right bunny templates for your child to use. Then, your child can learn how to draw the ears and the body of the bunny. Finally, they can add the tail and feet and add some fur to the bunny to finish their drawing.