How To Draw Wall-E
This is a new character from the Disney family that I am not familiar with as of yet because I did not see the movie. The reason for me drawing Wall-E is simple, he is a new character and I know there is someone out there that is longing to learn how to draw him. Now from the previews of this new movie that is sweeping over the nation, looks very entertaining and funny. As of right now as we speak Wall-E is the number one movie in the United States alone. To be perfectly honest with you, I just heard of this movie just last week when I seen the preview for it. I watch a lot of movies and a lot of night time animated series, but as far as watching regular TV on a daily basis day and night, well that's just not me. Anyways, Wall-E is a computer animated/comedy/ science fiction film. The film was created by the same developers that created Toy Story, Monsters Inc, Cars, Ratatouille, The Incredibles, and many, many more. The story takes place in the future in the year 2100 and the story is about two robots that share a romance. Now unlike most of Pixar's animated movies, these characters don't share any kind of verbal communication, which is solely based on the fact that they are robots. Instead they communicate with body language and different types of sounds to associate the way they feel. WALL-E stands for Waste Allocation load Lifter Earth Class. All the robot units are owned by a company named Buy n' Large and what they do is supply the Earth with different kinds of services. Wall-E meets a sleek robot named EVE short for Extraterrestrial Vegetation Evaluator and the two hit it of right away. The plot sounds like a very interesting story which makes me eager to watch the flick and see exactly what it is all about. I already know that Wall-E's character is likable and cute so I have no doubts that I will instantly like him. As for the rest of the characters, all I can say is, I have to wait and see. I had a good time drawing Wall-E and I know that you all will have fun learning how to draw this Disney cartoons animation of Wall-E as well. Well until next time folks I will see you later with another tutorial that I know that you all will love. Oh and by the way, if you want to make any request you can leave them all your request submissions in the forum and I will be sure to look them over and see what I can do. I may know how to draw, but it takes time to get an image or character just right the best way I can. So tata.....
Lets start this first step of Wall-E with some simple lines and shaped to form a frame of this Disney animated robot. Start with the eyes which are two flower leaf shapes that hang off to the sides. Next draw the shape of the metal neck which is nothing more then a thick boxed shape. Now you will draw the shape of Wall-E's body. So draw a big box shape and then make it three dimensional on the top. Now draw two squares for his hands and then two long skinny squares for the arms. Next draw out the shapes of his wheels.
In this next step you will be drawing out the definition to Wall-E to start making him look like him. Draw in the innocent looking eyes and detail the shape of the robotic eyes. Next detail his neck and then start shaping up the box shaped body by sketching in the details. Now you can start detailing his hands as shown and then draw in some of the wheel tracks on the right hand side.
Now you will draw a circle inside the circle of his eye. Sketch in some more detailed definition lines on his next and then draw in the details on his boxed body. Write the name of his unit as shown and then begin detailing his robotic hands and arms. You will then continue drawing in the tracks on his wheels as shown.
In this last step you will draw in the final detailing on his wheels like the tracks and the inner wheel wells. Shade in bits of his hands and detail a bot more on his body. After you have finished with the final detailing steps you can then erase all the guidelines and shapes that you drew back in step one.
Do some shading after you have cleaned up your sketch and then you will be completely done. All you have left to do is color him in a light orange brownish color to make him look old and rusted. i colored my sketch in Adobe Photoshop on my Wacom tablet. I love coloring in adobe because I can mix colors up and make them my own blend. That will do it for this tutorial on hoe to draw this Disney cartoons animation of Wall-E.
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