Artists of Any Age Can Make This Cool Art!
We're feeling inspired by the beautiful colors of Springtime and, since Easter is coming up, we thought we'd do a cool bunny painting! This is a super fun Springtime themed project where we'll learn about symmetry and how to work with watercolors and pencil.
What You'll Need
- Watercolor Paper
- Watercolor Paint
- Watercolor Paintbrushes (medium and small sizes)
- Water Jar
- Paper towels
First, let's use masking tape around the edges of our paper so that way, at the end of our project, we can take the tape off and our art will have a border, like a frame. Beautiful!
Step 1: Draw Your Bunny Head
PRO TIP: For this step, we suggest drawing REALLY lightly. Since we're using pastel watercolors, your pencil lines may show through if they're very dark or thick.
Grab your pencil and start in the middle of the paper. Draw a rainbow - this will be the top of your bunny's head. Make sure you don't do it too high because you will need room for your ears! You can always erase and adjust if you make a mistake or a change. Now, we'll draw the bunny's cheeks. Draw two circles that touch underneath the rainbow. Where the two circles touch should be in the middle of the rainbow.
PRO TIP: try drawing the shape with your eraser first, and if you like it, then draw over that with your pencil.
Now you've got the head shape down - let's start drawing some outlines of the face. Draw two lines up from the big circles, and connect them with a small rainb