how to draw olaf

How to Draw Olaf

Step 1.

Let us have fun with drawing Olaf. Start with the oblong or oval shape for his head, then draw another shape for the body. Add the facial guidelines as well.

Step 2.

Here you will define the shape of Olaf's head like so, then proceed to step three.

Step 3.

Using the facial guidelines you will now draw in the eyes and nose. His carrot shaped nose doesn't look as long because we are viewing Olaf from the front.

Step 4.

Draw and color in the eyebrows, then draw in the rest of his eyes. You will then add the lines on the nose which will give the carrot the grooved detailing.

Step 5.

Okay gang, are you ready to draw in the smile? Simply draw the mouth and also include that big front tooth. Add the lining for the bottom of the lip too and add the crease lines to each corner of his mouth.

Step 6.

Using the body guide draw the rest of the Olaf's snowman body. This is a very simple task that shouldn't take long at all.

Step 7.

Draw the three circle buttons, then proceed to step eight.

Step 8.

And for your last drawing step, all you have to do is add the feet, twig arms/hands, then add some small twigs for the three strands of hair on his head. Erase the mistakes and you are done.

Step 9.

Here he is, Olaf from Disney's Frozen. My sister owns the movie and she too said that I should make another Olaf so I did. If she's happy with the redo, I hope you all are too.

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Uploaded: March 25, 2014
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Novice  Novice Skill Level
Steps: 9
Updated: March 25, 2014
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After viewing a majority of the comments for the Olaf that I had submitted a while back, I decided to make another version of him because I know a lot of you love him in the movie Frozen. I just want to say that when I made the old lesson on "how to draw Olaf" I didn't have a proper reference picture of him because there was no real accurate drawings released by Disney at the time on what he was going to look like. All they released was rough drafts of the characters, and the only three that stayed pretty much the same as the drafts was Elsa, Anna and Kristoff. I hope I cleared up the confusion as to why my first lesson on Olaf didn't come out looking too much like he does in the film. I think you guys know by now that my character tutorials almost always look like the characters, people or objects in their original form. Have fun with drawing Olaf once again people. I will return with more nutty tuts so stay tuned in.

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