How to Draw WALL-E

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Imagine a desolate planet, destroyed by mankind. Humans fled Earth to live on spaceships 700 years earlier. No vegetation grows. Garbage is everywhere. This is the world of Disney and Pixar's post apocalyptic animated film, WALL-E.

Enter WALL-E a diminutive yet hard-working robot. The last of his kind still in operation, WALL-E labors day after day to clean up the planet. When he meets EVE, an Extraterrestrial Vegetation Evaluator robot, WALL-E realizes that he might have discovered the key to humanity's salvation.

What does WALL-E's name stand for? It is an abbreviation of his robotic type. WALL-E is a Waste Allocation Load Lifter: Earth Class robot.

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Would you like to draw the helpful WALL-E? This easy, step-by-step Disney character drawing tutorial is here to show you how. All you will need is a pencil, an eraser, and a sheet of paper.

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Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing WALL-E

How to Draw WALL-E: Step 1

1. Begin by drawing WALL-E's eyes. Draw two teardrop shapes. Connect them using two curved lines. Enclose another irregular rounded shape between them. Then, enclose a rounded shape on the opposite side of the remaining eye. These lines give the eyes a three-dimensional appearance.

How to Draw WALL-E: Step 2

2. Draw WALL-E's neck. Enclose a narrow rounded shape just below the eyes. Draw several curved lines between the shape and the eyes. Beneath it, enclose a small rectangle and a jagged shape. Beneath these, draw a small oval and several partial ovals. Finally, extend three parallel straight lines.

How to Draw WALL-E: Step 3

3. Draw a rectangle around the neck. Then, draw a larger rectangle around the first. Draw squares along each side of the rectangle, creating a three-dimensional cube.

How to Draw WALL-E: Step 4

4. Draw WALL-E's arm. Draw a horizontal rectangle within the cube. Draw a vertical line and many diagonal lines across it. Then, use straight lines to draw narrow parallelograms on two sides, giving it a three-dimensional appearance. Enclose two irregular rounded shapes at the end of the rectangle. Then, use straight lines to draw the irregular rectangular shapes of WALL-E's fingers.

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How to Draw WALL-E: Step 5

4. Draw WALL-E's arm. Draw a horizontal rectangle within the cube. Draw a vertical line and many diagonal lines across it. Then, use straight lines to draw narrow parallelograms on two sides, giving it a three-dimensional appearance. Enclose two irregular rounded shapes at the end of the rectangle. Then, use straight lines to draw the irregular rectangular shapes of WALL-E's fingers.

How to Draw WALL-E: Step 6

6. Draw WALL-E's tread, erasing as necessary. Draw a large, flat teardrop shape overlapping the cube. Draw a smaller teardrop shape within it, and connect the two using parallel lines.

How to Draw WALL-E: Step 7

7. Draw a number of small circles within the smaller teardrop.

How to Draw WALL-E: Step 8

8. Draw a rounded rectangular shape emerging from the robot's opposite side. Enclose a rounded shape inside it, and connect them using parallel lines. Draw a circle inside the smaller shape. Begin WAll-E's other arm by drawing three parallel lines and connecting them using short lines.

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How to Draw WALL-E: Step 9

9. Draw an irregular shape at the end of the arm, and complete the square around it. Then enclose the rounded rectangular shapes of WALL-E's hand. Within each eye, draw three successively smaller circles. Shade between the two smallest, indicating the pupils.

How to Draw WALL-E: Step 10

Color WALL-E. He is yellow and grey with lots of rust spots.

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