In “How to Draw a Cute Easter Bunny Easy,” presented by Draw So Cute, Wendy guides viewers step-by-step on how to draw an adorable Easter bunny holding an Easter egg. She simplifies the drawing process so that anyone can create this adorable bunny character perfect for Easter.
Begin by sketching a slight curve at the top center of your paper to mark the top of the bunny’s head. Extend two large, drooping ears from this point, ensuring they are wide and floppy, though not necessarily symmetrical. Outline the inner parts of the ears by mirroring the outer edge inside each ear and connecting them at the base.
Next, create the bunny’s head by drawing a broad curve from the base of the ears, expanding outward as you move down to suggest cheeks, then narrowing to form the bottom of the face. This creates a plump, dumpling-like shape typical for cute cartoon animals.
Incorporate an Easter egg partially covered by the bunny’s head on one side. If you’re working with a pencil, you can draw the entire head shape first. However, with a non-erasable marker, start the egg at the point where it overlaps the head to avoid the need for correction.
For the facial features, place a small, cute nose in the center just below the middle of the head, and draw a wide “V” to form the mouth. Add a straight line down from the nose and curve it outwards to create the cheeks. Position large, round eyes towards the outer edges of the face, adding highlights inside each eye to bring them to life with a spark of character. You can also add a few lashes and a curved line above each eye to give more expression.
Outline the body and arms by drawing curves that start from the head and extend down. Draw the bunny’s paws so they appear to be holding the egg, detailing the paws with small curves for fingers. Draw the egg so it looks like the bunny’s paws are holding it, with some of the egg visible behind the paws.
Shape the bunny’s feet at the bottom, starting narrower at the base and broadening towards the top. Complete the look of the feet with toe details and finish drawing the egg, ensuring it appears behind the paws.
Finally, add decorative elements to the egg, like stripes or dots, to personalize it. Surround your bunny with grass and flowers to set it in a delightful Easter scene.
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