Step 10: Use the small oval as a guide to draw the bunny's muzzle. The top of the mouth is made up of a line under the nose that splits into two and curves up. Follow the basic path of the guides as you draw the mouth using quick, short strokes. Add the bunny's chin at the bottom.
Step 11: Draw the rest of the Holland Lop bunny's head using the initial circle as a guide. Simply follow the basic path of the circle and use quick, short strokes to create the shape of the furry head.
Step 12: Use the lines on the sides of the head as guides to draw the Holland Lop's ears. Follow the path of the guide on the right but make the shape of the ear a bit wider in the middle, and narrower at the top and bottom. Darken the other ear and add some quick, short strokes within the shape for the fur.
Step 13: Use the U-shaped lines under the body as guides to draw the bunny rabbit's feet. Use quick, short strokes as you follow the path of the guide. Add two small, curved lines at the tip of the foot for the toes. Draw the other foot the same way but don't add the top part because the body will be covering it.
Step 14: Use the remaining shapes and lines as guides to draw the rest of the Holland Lop's body. Use quick, short strokes as you follow the basic path of the guides. Use longer strokes for longer fur. The fur on the body should overlap the guide for the hind foot on the lower, right side. The tail is under the body, so don't worry about drawing it.