We create the shape of Sid’s and Manny’s bodies by using the incorrect ovals. The sloth’s size is much smaller than the mammoth’s size.
Sid has got a long neck and a small oval head.
This is unpaired, long and movable appendage on the animal’s head, which helps the animal to get the leaves from the trees and the grass, because it can’t low its head to the ground. It also performs the function of the nose, gradually “coming out” from the head.
Draw the nostrils on the tip of the nose.
It’s interesting to know: the tip of the trunk is so sensitive that the animal can raise even a small pin with the help of it.
Carefully follow the instruction and don’t forget to add some details to the second character as it’s shown in the pictures.
Draw the both animals’ paws and give the correct form to the sloth’s body.
The sloth has the powerful sickle-shaped claws on all its limbs.
Go to details of the heads of both characters.
Draw the large tusks to the mammoth. They serve as a weapon for defense or attack. It’s used as a tool for getting food.
The sloth’s nose is big and it looks like a potato.
Sid always looks like as if it’s constantly smiling sweetly. The mammoth has the longer hair on the head than the hair on the whole body.
It remains to add a couple of small details and the drawing will be ready. Compare your version with the instruction.
Offer to small children to color the animals with the crayons, than they will likely less to get dirty and you will be able to correct the drawing then. It’s better for grown-up children to use markers and watercolors.
But we have a better offer for you – an online-coloring of Sid and Manny.
Choose how you want to paint.