Learn How to Draw Mickey, Buzz, Princess Anna & Olaf from a Disney Animator


We’re all looking for ways to keep busy during the stay-at-home order. From organizing our homes to taking on new DIY projects, we’ve been starting new projects to help pass the time. 

Now, with the help of Disney cast member, Stephen Ketchum, you can tap into your creative side with your kiddos to learn how to draw all of your Disney favorites.

From Mickey, Genie and Tinker Bell to Pascal, Stitch, and Winnie the Pooh, Ketchum provides easy-to-follow steps to help you create the beloved characters–for FREE. All you need is a pencil and paper!

Ketchum has been drawing Mickey at Disney Parks for years and has all the expert tips for artists of all skill levels. Check out the tutorials by visiting the Disney Parks Blog online.

Happy drawing!

 

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27 Apr 2020


By Amanda Miller

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