Whether you call them rabbits or bunnies, these innocent-looking furry creatures are popular subjects for garden-themed art and are a favorite subject around Easter and spring-time. They are also very easy to draw. If you can draw a mouse, you can probably draw a rabbit, too -- just make the ears much longer, the feet thicker (more like "U"s) and add the famous bunny whiskers and cute little cottonball tail.
Rabbit illustrations are used a lot in children's stories (see the book "Peter Rabbit" for a classic example of this), so if you have dreams of writing children's books or illustrating them, start working on your rabbit-drawing skills. Rabbits look best in colored-pencil drawings, watercolors and pencil or line art drawings.