April 22, 2019 3 min read
Hi everybody and welcome to a new tutorial on NIL-Tech, this time entitled "How to Draw an Easter Bunny”. The Easter Bunny is a folkloric figure and sign of Easter, portrayed as a bunny bringing Easter eggs.
In this tutorial we used the next art supplies:
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Step 1. Draw the center lines. Mark dots eye centers. (pencil H5).
Step 2. Draw the lines from the eyes to the ears, and the baselines of the ears. After that draw the outline of the ears. (pencil H5).
Step 3. We draw the contour of the head, body, breast, and legs. (pencil H5).
Step 4. We draw elements - a hole in the ear, the contours of the eyes, nose, mouth, tail, bow, and fingers (pencil H, HB).
Step 5. Erase the main lines in the head area with an eraser. (eraser).
Step 6. We draw glitter in the eyes, the hair on the head, back, legs and tail. (pencil B3). We draw grass and Easter eggs, a ribbon on the neck and a mustache. (pencil B2).
Step 7. Paint over the eyes with a pencil B8 and a bow (pencil B8), apply light shadows at the bottom of the legs (pencil H2) and rub them with a blending stamp (blending stamp). Additionally, we draw the outline of wool (mechanical pencil).
Step 8. Apply additional shadows in the fossa of the ear, behind the head, and below the body (pencil B3). We also shade the contours of Easter eggs and the ground under our feet. (pencil B2)
Step 9. Shading the contours of the body and the shadows, eyes, and bow. (pencil B8)
Step 10. Erase the paper around the picture with an eraser. (eraser)
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