Let’s draw the basic shapes and lines, applying gentle pressure on the pencil. Start with a circle for the head, and then another circle — a bit bigger and shifted to the right — for the body. Draw an oval inside the first circle to mark the cheek. It goes beyond the edge of the circle at the bottom.
Draw another oval between the two circles and two small ovals at the bottom for the feet.
Now we start drawing the contours, pressing on the pencil normally. Outline the head. The contour stands out on the front marking the nose, then it curves inward and forms a circle.
Outline the rabbit’s body. The breast is rounded, but the contour of the back is almost straight. The bottom contour is wavy. Trace the hind legs with two wavy lines.
Draw the rabbit’s feet — four half-ovals; the oval of the right hind foot starts at the end of the vertical wavy line. Notice that the right foreleg is bent. Mark the toes on each leg with two lines.
Draw a round tail and start drawing the rabbit’s face. Draw a triangle under the small round cheek — for the teeth. Now draw a triangular under lip and a large circle for the white spot on rabbit’s face.
Outline the nose and draw the ears: one sticks up, the other slants downward. Draw the inside of the ear — an elongated drop.
Mark the rabbit’s mouth, repeating the line of the lip, and draw a large oval for the white spot and then another oval inside it — this will be the rabbit’s eye. Erase all the basic shapes and lines before coloring.
Now let’s color our rabbit. Our rabbit has brown eyes , white breast, white cheeks and a white spot around the eye. All the rest is gray, except for the nose, the mouth and the inside of the ear — they are pink. Trace over the contours again if they got blurred after coloring. The rabbit is complete!