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How to Draw Andie from The Nut Job

Artist: Dawn / December 14, 2013
How to Draw Andie from The Nut Job

Step 1.

Start off by making three shapes. One for the head, another for the torso, and then one more for the hip area.

Step 2.

Define the shape of Andie's face like so, then move to step three.

Step 3.

Sketch in the defining line to create the squirrel nose, then at the same time draw the eyebrows.

Step 4.

Here you will use the facial guidelines to draw out the very feminine looking eyes. Add the nose, then sketch in the whiskers. Don't forget to add some pouting lashes.

Step 5.

We can work on the body next. Begin with sketching out the shape of her neck, then draw the arms and one of the hands. As you can see the neck has this puffy sack that flows to some of her chest.

Step 6.

Continue to draw out the body. As you can seethe thighs or hips are wide or thick. Draw the flat long feet, then give Andie some toes.

Step 7.

Almost done people. Add some small pointed ears, then you are all done with her head and face.

Step 8.

For the last drawing step all you have to do is draw out the big puffy tail, then erase any and all of the mistakes and guidelines.

Step 9.

I now present to you Andie from the upcoming film The Nut Job. Color her in and you are done.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: December 14, 2013
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Tags: how to draw the nut job, how to draw the nut job characters
Description: So there is a few lessons that I will be submitting on some squirrels from a new movie set to be released in 2014 called 'The Nut Job'. To start the lessons off on a couple of the characters, here is "how to draw Andie from The Nut Job", step by step. There is not enough or any character bio information that I can give you so all I will do for now is give you a lesson on drawing Andie. Have fun, and if you have seen the previews for the film make sure you go see it in January of 2014.