I decided to draw a cartoon bunny because Easter is coming up soon and I though it would be a nice idea to try.
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Step 1: Part One: the Face
1st: Start out drawing the eyes. All you have to do is draw two ovals one inside the other then draw two more ovals beside the other but a bit smaller.
2nd: The cheeks. Make sure both sides of the cheeks don't join together, but do touch the bottom of each eye.
3rd: The nose part. Start with drawing the black circle that goes between the cheeks joining them together. Then put a circled line above the black dot, touching both eyes. Almost done the nose part, just add two circles under the black dot but make sure one is larger then the other. Lastly for the nose just add a mouth, under the two bottom circles.
4th: The head and ears. After drawing the nose part you will need to now finish the head by drawing a circle that connects the right eye to the left cheek. When this step is done add your own cute ears to the top of the bunnies head.
Step 2: Part Two: the Body
1st: You will need to draw a circle under the face.
2nd: Draw a small paw coming out of the side of the bottom circle.
3rd: Now draw the second arm coming from around the neck part but still touch the bottom circle.
4th: Draw another circle under the other circle but make this one a bit bigger and more to the right side. This will give the bunny a bum.
5th: The legs and paws. Only on the left side draw the bunny a leg and a paw, and on the right side draw only a paw. This will make the bunny appear to be facing one side more then the other.
Step 3: Last Step: the Details
After giving your bunny a head and body its time to add the finishing details and some colour. First you will probably want to give your bunny a cute small round tail and some whiskers.
Then after all your finishing details start shading the bunny the way you would like it to be.
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