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How to Draw Nick Wilde From Zootopia

Artist: Dawn / August 11, 2015
How to Draw Nick Wilde From Zootopia

Step 1.

Begin with a head and torso guide like so, then sketch in the facial guidelines as well as the limb guides.

Step 2.

Define the shape of the head and make the cheeks fluffed out. Draw the fox ears and add detailing to the coat of the ears.

Step 3.

Use the facial guidelines to draw in and color the eyebrows. Once that is done draw Nick's laid back style eyes and then draw the nose. Add the mouth and detailing on the nose.

Step 4.

Draw the markings on his face like so, then draw the chin.

Step 5.

We will now draw the shirt collar and then the beginning formation of the shirt and tie. When you feel confident that the shirt is as it should be, draw in Nick's arm and hand as it rests on his left hip.

Step 6.

Finish things up with Nick's torso by drawing the other shirt sleeve, arm and the ends of the shirt.

Step 7.

Add some stripes on his tie and you can proceed to step eight.

Step 8.

We will now draw Nick's legs as well as his stance or form.

Step 9.

Lastly, draw in his bushy tail and then draw Nick's feet or paws. Erase your mistakes and guides then you are done.

Step 10.

This is the line art. Color him in and don't forget to remember March 4, 2016 because that is when Zootopia comes to theaters.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: August 11, 2015
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Tags: how to draw foxes, how to draw zootopia, how to draw zootopia characters
Description: There are two characters from an upcoming Disney film due to be released in March 4, 2016 and the movie looks to be interesting even though there is little detail about events and scenes. I will begin by showing you how to draw a fox named Nick Wilde and he is from Zootopia. I don't know much about Nick, but I do know that he is going to be voiced by funny man Jason Bateman. Like all foxes I'm sure Nick Wilde will be sly and fully confident. Have fun with drawing Nick Wilde folks and stick around for the other tuts I have in store.