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How to Draw Raccoon from The Nut Job

Artist: Dawn / December 22, 2013
How to Draw Raccoon from The Nut Job

Step 1.

Shall we begin? Good, then start with making a circle for the head guide then draw out the body outline. When that is done sketch in the facial guidelines then the attaching neck line.

Step 2.

In this step you will use the circle to begin sketching out Raccoon's head shape. Notice the neck area is bushy.

Step 3.

Next up, use the facial guidelines to draw out the markings over the eye area. These are the marks that gives the raccoon species that burglar look.

Step 4.

Draw the small beady eyes and as you can see the lids are halfway closed. When that is done draw the nose and smile. Add the whiskers and proceed to step five.

Step 5.

All you are doing here is drawing the ears.

Step 6.

Draw the body shape which is the chest and belly, then the crotch, right thigh and right arm. The hand is behind his back.

Step 7.

Next, draw the feet and toes like so. When you are done move along to the eighth step.

Step 8.

Okay folks, you are ready to finish this drawing on Raccoon from The Nut Job. Sketch out the bushy tail, and then draw in the left arm and both hands. Erase any and all mistakes as well as guides to clean up the drawing.

Step 9.

That's it, your job is done here. You can now start coloring in Raccoon to bring this critter to life. I hope you had fun people.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: December 22, 2013
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Description: Every story needs to have a villain and with 'The Nut Job' the bad guy is going to be voiced by Liam Neeson. Here is "how to draw Raccoon", step by step. Raccoon is a snub, sly coon that is on a mission to take down Surly Squirrel. Drawing Raccoon should be simple enough, but if you are a novice artist you might take longer finishing the task at hand. Regardless of the complexity for drawing Raccoon, you should tackle the lesson anyway to challenge yourself. Have fun and happy drawing.