Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
Start by drawing an oval for the head, and then create another for the body. These ovals will form the base of your cartoon bunny.
Next, add two more elongated ovals on top of the head for the ears. Drawing like this helps to create a tutorial for you that you will use in the next steps while completing your drawing. Let’s move on to the next step.
The next thing to do while learning how to draw a rabbit is to add a horizontal oval (sideways) over the lower part of the face. Then add a circle to the lower part of the body to create the shape that will become the hind legs.
Once done, you have completed the difficult part of this step. Remember to try and make your image look like the right example for best results.
Add another small circle for the tail behind both the body and the circle you just created for the hind legs. In the end, draw three slightly curved lines coming from the front of the body just below the head. These lines will serve as your cartoon bunny’s forelegs.
Do you have handy eraser? Start by erasing the lines from the top so that your two ovals merge into a shape that looks like a pear. Next, add another elongated oval to the inside of each ear. That will end the ear.
Next, erase the lines on the body so that the fore feet are clearly visible. Then add two rounded curves to the bottom of each foreleg.
Finish off this step by erasing the bottom part of the circle that you drew in the last step for the hind leg, then draw a bit of the leg at the bottom of it.
Don’t forget to add a small curve to one side of the forefoot. This curve will suggest another type of rabbit leg.
You are in the final step of learning how to draw a bunny – keep going! Start with adding an upside-down triangle for the nose, then draw a few straight lines down from there to indicate the mouth.
Next, add two ovals for the eyes, with the two curves above for the eyebrows.
The last thing you need to do is add two more circles to the center of the eye to show the pupil. If you look closely, you will notice that the pupil in the step 4 example actually looks like a small moon. This is a good shape as it suggests high light shows above the eyes.