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How to draw WALL-E and Eve

If you know me, you know I’m a big fan of Pixar’s animated feature WALL-E. The 2008 movie from director Andrew Stanton has at its heart a love story between a dedicated trash compactor and an advanced robot. Both share the same mission of saving the Earth and that bonds them together in a perfect robot romance.

As today is Valentines Day, it’s the perfect time to learn how-to draw the robotic duo of WALL-E and Eve. Disney artist Stephen Ketchum from Disney’s Art of Animation Resort has recorded these easy to follow instructions on how to draw this romantic couple yourself. Perhaps for a homemade card for someone you want to say thank you for being there to.

See. Isn’t that simple. Just ovals and squares. Who am I kidding. I need a lot of help to get as good as Stephen. But I won’t let that stop me from enjoying WALL-E.

Watch the video again and try drawing the couple yourself, then DM me the results on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram and I’ll share them here.

Other How-to Draw tutorials:

Wreck-it Ralph

Sorcerer Mickey Mouse
Rapunzel’s Sidekick Pascal
Flash the Sloth from Disney’s Zootopia
Jack Skellington
Baby Moana
Oswald the Lucky Rabbit
Baby Jack-Jack from The Incredibles 2

Note: If you want to try your hand at some animation in person, Disney World has brought back the animation academy to the Festival of the Arts festival at EPCOT or you can join in a class in the lobby of the Art of Animation Resort. Check local schedules for times and dates.