Learn to draw a squirrel from “Ice Age” (+ coloring)
Skrat is a the positive hero of the “Ice Age”, a little saber-toothed squirrel. Looking at it, you already want to laugh. It likes acorns very much. When it found an acorn, it hugged it, buried it or pretended that it was eating it. It lasted until the acorn wasn’t lost. Every time Scrat was trying to get it back. This squirrel, obsessed with acorns, believes that:
You need ears to hear the acorns;
You need eyes to see the acorns;
You need nose to sniff them;
You need teeth to eat the acorns;
You need claws to open the acorns;
You need stomach to digest them.
Uplifting, isn’t it? Let’s draw this funny character together.
Draw two ovals, which indicate the squirrel’s head and body.
Give the right shape to the head. Skrat has a long jaw.
Making the contours
Give the needed shape to the body with the help of smooth lines, separate the top parts of the limbs. Draw small ears.
“Add” the small feet to the limbs.
Tail and teeth
Skrat has the saber teeth like a saber-toothed tiger has. Its tail is big and fluffy.
It’s the most important attribute.
You can see the more detailed instruction of how to draw an acorn by clicking on the link.
The acorn can’t hang in the air, the squirrel holds it in its paws.
Draw them round and big. Draw the teeth.
If there is a place on the sheet, you can draw a sloth and a mammoth from “Ice age” nearby.
You can color it by using the watercolors or the crayons or the markers. It all depends on the age of the child.