In this quick tutorial you'll learn how to draw Lola Bunny From Looney Tunes in 8 easy steps - great for kids and novice artists.
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How to Draw Lola Bunny From Looney Tunes - Step-by-Step Tutorial
Interesting Facts about Lola Bunny from Looney Tunes
Lola Bunny was first introduced in the 1996 movie “Space Jam”, to provide a female bunny counterpart to Bugs Bunny. Her personality varies depending on the series, but she typically has tan fur, blue eyes, blond bangs, and her ears tied back like a pony tail. In the original “Space Jam” film, she is introduced as a tomboyish, seductive character who is incredibly talented athletically and independently-minded, uninterested in Bugs Bunny until the end of the film. In “The Looney Tunes Show”, she is bubbly and absent-minded, but still determined and friendly.
Did you know?
- Lola is shown to be incredibly talented at Basket Ball.
- In “The Looney Tunes Show”, her car’s licence plate is BUGS ♥R (Meaning “Bugs Lover”).
- It is implied in “The Looney Tunes Show” that her parents are very wealthy.
- Another appearance is made by a baby Lola in “The Baby Looney Tunes Show”.
- Before Lola was introduced, the only other main female Looney Tune was Penelope.
Because Lola was originally introduced solely as a romantic interest for Bugs Bunny, many fans of the original “Looney Tunes” dislike her. She is thought to have had little personality development, and taken away from the film. Although developed further in “The Looney Tunes Show”, she is still disliked by fans.