How to Draw a Bunny Face

    CRAFTS CLASSES
    TO INSPIRE CREATIVITY
    by Allison Boelcke

    About the Author

    Allison Boelcke graduated from Indiana University with a bachelor's in English and a minor in psychology. She worked in print journalism for three years before deciding to pursue Internet writing. She is now a contributing web writer for Demand Studios and Conjecture Corporation.

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    Drawing isn't easy for everyone. Some people just need guidance. If you want to draw a simple bunny face, whether it be for Easter or just an everyday craft project, there is a simple technique. Breaking the drawing down into easy steps can help even the least artistic person draw a bunny face.

    Things You'll Need

    • Paper
    • Pencil
    • Eraser
    • Pen

    Draw an oval for the bunny's head. Draw a circle if you want the bunny to be more cartoon-like.

    Add a tall, thin arch on the top left of the oval for the bunny's ear. Repeat on the top right for the right ear.

    Draw two small circles inside the top portion of the oval for the bunny's eyes. Inside the circles, draw two smaller circles and shade them in for the pupils.

    Under the eyes and centered between them, draw an upside down triangle for the nose. Erase pointed edges and round them if the nose is too pointed.

    Starting at the left side of the nose, draw an arc and connect it to the bottom point. Repeat on the right side, so the two arcs resemble an upside-down heart.

    Draw three lines for whiskers on each side of the nose. (It's up to you at what angle.) Add two vertical rectangles under the nose for the bunny's teeth.

    • Draw the bunny face with pencil so you can fix mistakes, then trace over it with pen.