How to Draw a 3D Bunny

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Drawing a 3D bunny is a great way to add a little depth and perspective to an otherwise flat, two dimensional drawing. Draw a 3D bunny with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Hey, what's up? It's Chris here. And today, we're going to be learning how to draw a three-dimensional bunny. It'll consist of highlights and shadowings. I'll show you. First thing we're going to do is, we're going to start with the ear. So, we're going to bring this line down here. Here's the other ear. Draw those lines, and bring this down as well. So, we're going to bring the line around here. And, we're going to bring a line there. And, we're going to bring a little circle here. Alright. And then, we're going to bring a line up here, put a smile, another line there. And, one tooth and another tooth. And, that will sit right there. Lines under the neck coming down. Now, we'll take this pink, and we'll go like this. That's step one to the three-dimensional aspect of it. Now, add the eyes. Oops, we'll fix that. And remember, I told you if you ever make a mistake, you can always fix it. Give him a little bow tie. And, we'll give him some hands. And, there are his feet. Line there, line there, line there. And, there's his other feet. In the back you look, there's his fuzzy tail. Now, to add some three-dimensional to it, we hit the edges. And, you can fill in the inside of the ear. Put lines like this, and hit that. You know, stuff like that. Don't forget the whiskers. And, little highlights and shadows here. You give it more of a three-dimensional aspect, because it's one color on top of another color. And, if you look, I'm giving it more life, hitting certain lines, keying in, know what I mean? Like, going around the eyes. Adds to it. I'm Chris, and this is how you draw a three-dimensional rabbit.

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