How to Draw Olaf Step by Step

I invite you to a drawing lesson in which I will show you how to draw Olaf step by step. I am sure you will enjoy this step-by-step guide.

With the help of clear and accessible instructions, you will learn how to draw Olaf step by step. The lesson is designed specifically for children and beginners, so simple lines and a minimum of elements will be used here.

If you watched the cartoon “Frozen”, then you probably remember this funny character. The snowman’s body is made up of five snowballs. Hands are twigs, the nose is carrots. On the head, there are three branches that represent hair and on the body, there are three coals that represent buttons. Olaf is good-natured, cheerful, and smart.

While drawing, keep all proportions so that in the end the character is easily recognizable, and try to achieve the maximum similarity with my example. So, prepare all the art supplies and get to work.


Coloring supplies

How to Draw Olaf from Frozen

Draw the head.

The help of smooth curved line depicts the head, which has an irregular shape.

Add facial features.

Draw the small round pupils, nose, wide mouth, and front teeth.

Depict the rest of the elements of the head.

Sketch out the contour of the eyes, and eyebrows and draw thin strands of hair on the head.

Add the upper body.

Below the head, add an oval shape and draw the large button.

Sketch out the next body element.

At the bottom, add a round shape to represent the main part of the torso and add two buttons.

Draw the legs.

At the very bottom, depict two short legs using smooth lines.

Depict one hand.

Using a jagged line, depict the thin hand and add a few fingers.

Add the second hand.

Repeat the previous step and draw the same hand on the other side.

Color the drawing.

You will need black, pink, blue and dark gray.

By tradition, at the end of the lesson, I prepared a PDF file for you, which contains brief instructions and additional useful materials. Download this file so that you can return to the lesson at any time and complete it again, even if the Internet is not available.

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