How to Draw a Cartoon Rabbit Snowman

Posted in Cartoon Tutorials on December 19, 2019

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Rabbits are playful in the snow, that's why people want to draw a cartoon rabbit snowman.

There are two important shapes for building this snowman. 

The bunny's head is a circle, and the body is a rounded quare.

I also added heart shapes for the rabbit's feet to make it look loveable.

How to Draw a Cartoon Rabbit Snowman

Step 1

Lesson 1 Bunny

Sketch a rounded square to the bottom part of your paper; Make it bigger than the circle.

On top of the rounded square, add a circle for the cartoon rabbit snowman's head.

Step 2

Lesson 2 Bunny

Draw two rabbit ears on top of the circle you created; Measure each ear so it aligns both.

Sketch two circles for the bunny's hands and two heart shapes for the feet.

Step 3

Lesson 3 Cartoon Bunny Snowman-min

Draw the rabbit's face as you see in the image; Add a carrot nose pointing up.

Step 4

Cartoon Rabbit Snowman

Add the pink color to the hands and feet. Get creative and add snow birds in the background.

For additional fun, draw snow and a big snowflake in back of the cartoon rabbit snowman.

More Snowmen to Draw

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How to Draw a Classic Cartoon Snowman

Fun Snowman Facts

The Snowman, Snowzilla

Even though there are various types of snowman created by different people in various countries, there is one person who always builds a snowman known as Snowzilla. 

Since 2005, Billy Powers create the snowman before the Christmas season.

Snowzilla is a huge snowman that attracts a lot of attention and returns every year because of its popular demand. 

It features beer bottles, a carrot nose, and a corncob pipe among other things. 

Some people come from far to see the giant snowman; However, not everyone loves Snowzilla.

In 2008, some neighbors complained that Snowzilla was causing a lot of traffic in the area. 

Hence, the city officials had to stop Mr. Bill from erecting it; But because of public outcry, Snowzilla has returned.

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