How to Paint a Wild Rabbit on a Rock
11. Your Finished Rabbit
Finally, add a tiny dot of white to each eye, the 'sparkle' that will seem to bring your bunny to life! Look over your rock carefully to ensure that you have done enough fur. Never be afraid to paint over an area and redo it if you wish. Rock painting is very forgiving and you get unlimited chances to get things just right. Once you are satisfied, use a Sharpie marker to sign your piece on the bottom and date it. Some rock painters also number each piece. I wish I had done this to know just how many rocks I've painted! You can use clear acrylic sealer to seal your rock. If you want to display it outdoors, be sure to use paint that is formulated for exterior use, and spray the rock all the way around, including the bottom, to keep moisture out.