The Polygon staff tried to draw Animal Crossing’s Tom Nook from memory
You might be aware that Animal Crossing: New Horizonsis out today.
Although many of you may already be hard at work on your virtual island — maybe the best possible diversion right now — the Polygon staff is thinking very hard about Tom Nook. While his legacy may be complex, he’s currently ushering all of us off to deserted island paradises, so it’s a good time to pay tribute.
Our idea of tribute: drawing Tom Nook from memory. (In case you forgot, we did this to poor Sonic the Hedgehog last month.)
Who captured our raccoon travel tycoon’s essence the best? Please let us know after thoughtfully considering each artist’s statement as well.
“I felt like I had perfect clarity over Tom Nook’s head and face. I could clearly see his silhouette in my mind; I also knew he had kind of a chubby, round body. When I got to his arms and legs, I felt my vision fade. I panicked. Does Tom Nook wear shoes? Does he have individual fingers? I have never considered these questions before. When I think of Tom Nook, I imagine his silhouette standing, watching me from a distance, like an adorable scarecrow. It is the shape of Tom Nook I know, not his details, because of the authority he holds over us all. Anyways, that’s a Tim & Eric reference I threw in there.”
“I thought it was important to show Tom wearing Tom — as in Tommy Bahama shirts, a favorite of dads everywhere. I feel like Tom is getting ready for some extreme Island Time right now, so I wanted to make sure he was dressed for the occasion.”
“I saw this thing on Twitter about visualizing an apple. This Tom Nook exercise helped me realize something: I can’t really visualize the apple. Or Tom Nook. I can ‘see’ the shapes and colors, but not details. So, uh, that explains my image of Tom Nook. Still sort of upset that I couldn’t remember it’s a sweater vest and not a sweater.”
“Things I’m confident about but can’t say with 100% authority: Tom Nook is a raccoon. Things I’m confident about that I can say with 100% authority: The characters in Animal Crossing hold Things. Things I’m not confident about and can’t say with any authority: Tom Nook holds an umbrella at some point during New Horizons.”
“Mr. Plante’s art may contain political imagery,” said one of the editor’s publicists when contacted for comment on his Nixonian depiction of the Animal Crossing landlord, “but that doesn’t mean his art is political. We can confirm there is nothing political about Mr. Plante’s drawing of Tom Nook.”
“My original sketch had a lot more detail, but it also had Tommy and Timmy pulling a sled with Tom Nook hugging piles of debt, like he was some sort of anti-Santa, but when I looked at the sketch I realized it felt a little too risqué.”
Simone de Rochefort
So, the big thing here that’s going to haunt me is that I forgot Tom Nook’s little face-mask. I was wondering the whole time I was drawing why his face looked so weird. And that’s why. I get extra points for remember his lil paws though. Cute.
Someone told me he looks like the mouse from CatDog.
“I began by trying to remember the qualities of Tom Nook, as a person who only played Pocket Camp for a while until it got boring. I came up with these Nook Facts: He is a raccoon. He has a typical Animal Crossing Pillsbury Doughboy body. He ... wears ... clothing? I drew the big triangle of his snout before I remembered that he was not one of the hedgehogs that sell you items. But I got back on track around the bitty ears. I feel pretty confident in the body silhouette here, and that he is at least wearing regular clothing. Then I accessorized and drew some plants because plants are in Animal Crossing.”
“I’m a bit disappointed i forgot Tom’s Iconic bandit mask. I also gave him a mouth, which was wrong of me. I’m sorry. I do feel like I captured his essence, though. Tom Nook is absolutely a Two Phones Guy. I’m also pretty sure those two smaller Tom Nooks on the island are his kids, which makes him a dad, ergo the sandals and socks.”
“I forgot how Tom Nook’s nose worked. Also, stay inside.”
“Ever since I was a child, I believed Tom Nook to be a villain — the embodiment of greed hidden behind adorable eyes. But with New Horizons, I’ve come to realize that Tom Nook not villain, Tom Nook friend. So what if he wants my money? He built me a damn house. Perhaps it’s growing up and paying bills, or the current climate of ‘yeah man, take that money where you can get it,’ or even the way Nook’s sweater fits around his portly frame the way my sweaters do — but I sympathize with Tom Nook: a misunderstood, if not opportunistic, friend and community leader. I hope I’ve captured that here for all of you to see.”
“I accidentally made him too sharp. I’m always drawing people too sharply. I promise I won’t do it again.”
“When I close my eyes, my brain is filled with trauma of Tom Nook from the original Animal Crossing putting me to work, and me trying to scrape Bells together while I wear a cone hat I can’t take off.”
“I expected Tom to show up today, since it is his world now and we’re all just living in it. I have never once played Animal Crossing, and fear it may actually be a cult. No matter. Through cultural osmosis, I have grasped that Mr. Nook has many round parts and is a raccoon. He’s also really into vests, I think. That, and there’s a phone now. This pen is leaking everywhere.”
“We all know that Tom Nook, capitalist king, loves money. And so, how better to portray Tom Nook than in the shoes of another cartoon capitalist king, Scrooge McDuck? Put him where he belongs, put him among the things he loves! Money, money, money!”
“Tom Nook loves money more than you. He’s also rocking a dope Charlie Brown print this time around.”
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Use the video and step-by-step drawing instructions below to learn how to draw Isabelle from Nintendo's Animal Crossing video games! Stay tooned for more tutorials!
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All of the free art lessons on EasyDrawingTutorials.com are good drawing tutorials for beginners and experienced artists alike. The online tutorials are easy to follow; they teach you the how to draw basics while showing you how to draw fun cartoon characters step by step. Each cartoon character has a video drawing tutorial option, as well as step-by-step photos and written text to follow.
To draw Isabelle step by step, follow along with the video tutorial below and pause the video after each step to go at your own pace. You may find it easier to follow the step-by-step drawings below. The new lines in each step are shown in red, and each step is explained in the text below the photo, so you'll know exactly what to draw in each step. You may want to open the video in a new tab and use both drawing methods! Take your time and draw at your own pace.
The written step-by-step video tutorial:
Intro: Start off with a pencil sketch. In the beginning stages, don’t press down too hard. Use light, smooth strokes for sketching.
Step 1: Draw a big circle near the top of the paper as a guide for Isabelle's head. First make four marks to determine the circle's height and width. Then connect the marks using curved lines. With every step, sketch lightly at first so that it's easy to erase if you make a mistake. If you're struggling to draw the circle, just trace the outer rim of a circular object like a coin or a lid.
Step 2: Inside the head, draw two intersecting lines. These construction lines will help you place this Animal Crossing character's facial features later. Both the vertical line and the horizontal line should slope slightly because Isabelle's head will be tilted.
Step 3: Below the head, draw two long, vertical lines as a guide for the first part of the torso. These lines should be about equal to the height of the head. Close off the shape at the bottom with a shorter line.
Step 4: On the sides of the torso, draw two short lines as guides for Isabelle's arms. The line on the left should point down and the other up.
Step 5: Under Isabelle's torso, draw two short, vertical lines as guides for the legs.
One player in Animal Crossing: New Horizons has been sharing her incredibly detailed and impressive bulletin board art with the goal of spreading happiness.
Lexie, who goes by TigerDoodle on Reddit and Touch of Geekery on social media, has been posting some of her many illustrations on Reddit. The first drawings she posted, which were of the popular Animal Crossing: New Horizons villagers Raymond, Goldie, Genji, and Julian, were posted two months ago.
I’ve been leaving villager drawings on people’s bulletin boards! Here’s a few of my favorite ones so far. They’re not perfect but I’m proud of them from r/AnimalCrossing
As time has passed, her drawings have only become more intricate and popular, with her most famous post of bulletin board art exceeding 16,000 upvotes. She draws anything, from Star Wars to Pokemon to Disney movies and other video game series like The Legend of Zelda.
“Most of my drawings are requested, for instance, someone will ask for a drawing of Winnie the Pooh, so I create something for them based on that request,” Lexie tells me. “Other times, I get inspired and have an idea in my head of something I want to draw, like Ariel from The Little Mermaid. I was really curious to see if I could create the background behind her.”
So it turns out the bulletin board isn’t completely useless from r/AnimalCrossing
While she struggles a bit with more human characters like Belle from Beauty and the Beast or Geralt from The Witcher, an average drawing takes her around 45 minutes. She starts by finding one to three picture references for each drawing. “Once I’m inspired and have my references, I then outline the main characters or everything I definitely want in my drawing,” she says.
“Shading comes next. I usually focus on one character at a time. Whatever ink is left over after I finish the characters gets used for the backgrounds. Sometimes I have a lot of ink left, so some pictures get a pretty detailed background, whereas other times the character’s detailing takes up all of the ink, and the background is much less fleshed out.”
Bulletin Art Timelapse from r/AnimalCrossing
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When drawing on a bulletin board in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, you have a limited amount of ink to work with. As you continue to draw, the ink meter on the right will go down to reflect how much you’ve got left. Such constraints don’t typically exist on other platforms where one can draw, but Lexie says this is part of why she enjoys the process so much.
“I would definitely love to be able to add more detail, but the fact that I have to really think about what I want to use the ink for, and whether what I’m trying to draw will look good in the limited color options, oddly enough pushes me to be a better artist,” she says. “It’s actually been great practice for me. It’s nice to not have to worry about it being exactly perfect, and knowing I have an undo/erase button is awesome!”
Some of my most recent bulletin art from r/AnimalCrossing
Even though her drawings are so elaborate and charming, Lexie isn’t a professional artist. She’s never done digital art, so this is actually all new territory for her. However, she has done plenty of traditional drawing and painting. These days, as a result of how obsessed she is with the game, all her projects involve Animal Crossing.
So if you want to try drawing like Lexie, you don’t need extensive experience with digital art to make some fantastic creations. “For anyone who wants to try their hand at drawing on bulletin boards, use a pro controller—or, if you want to use a stylus, you’ll need a capacitive one.”
When it comes to managing ink levels, Lexie says, “the most important thing to remember is that you actually have enough ink to cover your entire board. Whenever you overlap your lines though, it wastes ink. So be careful not to layer your ink on top of each other, because it will save you in the end.”
Some more bulletin art I’ve been doing! from r/AnimalCrossing
It doesn’t come as a surprise that, as a response to her constantly wonderful art, she’s gotten flooded with requests. When I asked about her waitlist, she replied, “If I took on every request I got, I would probably be busy for the entire year! Haha. I have switched to only doing giveaways for them now because the requests never stop.”
But drawing allows her to connect with people from all over the world despite being under lockdown from the COVID-19 pandemic. While she has plenty of memorable stories of times that she left a drawing on someone’s bulletin board, the most memorable one is related to her Baymax drawing. “A woman commented on one of my posts asking for a drawing of Baymax to surprise her family (who share the island) because they were having a really tough week,” shares Lexie.
“To make matters worse, her son and husband had birthdays that week that they couldn’t really celebrate, as well, due to their circumstances. She told me that [Big Hero 6] meant a lot to them. She was so thankful and sweet, she said she teared up looking at it, and her husband got choked up as well. She told me they were trying to find a way to print it out and frame it on their wall. It just really touched me.”
You all really liked the last ones so here’s some more bulletin art from r/AnimalCrossing
While the attention her drawings have garnered her has been admittedly quite overwhelming, she loves, “bringing some small joy to people’s lives.” It’s experiences like the family’s reception to her Baymax art that motivate Lexie to keep making bulletin board drawings. At the end of the day, she doesn’t seem to plan on stopping anytime soon.
“I started doing them out of boredom, and I liked the challenge of trying to get better at something so difficult. Then I started to see how much these small doodles meant to some players. Just a small bit of kindness can really brighten someone’s day. That’s why I still do it and will continue to do so until I can’t stand to look at a bulletin board any longer.”
Bulletin doodles. Pretty proud of these ones! from r/AnimalCrossing
Animal Crossing Style Guide: Artist Tips for Drawing Your Favorite Characters
Hello and welcome to this week’s edition of Fandom Friday. If you’re like every Nintendo Switch owner right now, you’ve been playing Animal Crossing nonstop for the last month. And who can blame you? This irresistible chore simulator has no trouble winning the hearts of the masses by helping us fall in love all over again with our favorite animal neighbors. Nintendo found a way to make tedium fun by implementing a fun reward system and fully embracing the rule of cool, or rather, the rule of cute if there is such a thing. Why do I like it? I don’t know, man!! It’s adorable! It turns my brain chemicals into a relaxed, happy soup.
If you’re an artist it’s possible you’ve seen these cute character designs and thought “I want a piece of that for myself.” I know I have. If you love to draw the Animal Crossing cast or have some OCs of your own who you want to mesh with the AC universe, read on for some mini tips for drawing in the Animal Crossing style. I’ve been studying the style for the past few weeks and this guide is a pretty compact version of of what I’ve learned, but feel free to let me know if you guys want more. It was fun to study these characters and I’d love to expand upon this with a more definitive guide or deep dive into more specific aspects of the style!
On to the basics!
In the graphic below I describe that most animals are a little over 2 heads tall. That’s because the characters in animal crossing tend to have very large, bulbous heads as part of their appeal. You’ll find that certain species, such as eagles and gorillas, do break this convention slightly, often appearing with their anatomical midpoint lower on the chest than most smaller animals.
That said, this isn’t a hard and fast rule necessarily. While the height and shape of AC bodies is generally in the neighborhood of what’s stated above, there is some variation between installments of AC. Compare the following images and you’ll see what I mean.
As you can see, Bob’s shape and proportions vary between Wild World and New Leaf, as do many of the other characters. While many current players likely think of New Horizons as the definitive style for now, I would encourage my fellow artists to experiment here. Play around with height in the 2 to 3 heads tall range and see what you like. Stylize the torsos to your taste. It’s entirely possible to remain within the AC style of drawing while still making some details your own.
Heads of AC characters are a bit of a complex subject because there are literally so many different species of animals who all have their own goofy, lovable little faces. I’ve done my best to break them down to the basics without getting too specific about one species or another.
As you can see, even the the more complicated animals can be broken down into these simplistic, bulbous shapes that Animal Crossing loves so well. When designing a new character, it’s wise to plan their head and body using basic shapes before you tack on any other extraneous features. By doing this you can ensure that your character has the round, soft features that are key to Animal Crossing before you ever have to decide what their face looks like or what their personality should be. When in doubt, round it out. You’ll be drowning in the cute in no time.
Speaking of faces, feel free to let me know on social media if you’d like me to expand upon this guide in terms of facial features and placement. I avoided the topic in this case because I wanted to focus more on foundational elements, and animal faces felt it a bit broad for that scope. The sheer expanse of animal individuality in this game allows for quite a lot of different faces with quite varied placement. And that’s not even including the human character options!
Arms are perhaps the simplest section of this guide because there are so few styles of arm in Animal Crossing. The vast majority of characters you encounter will have the cylindrical arm style, or something close to it. At that point, all you’ll have to do is vary the length to suit the character.
Birds and octopi are one exception to this rule, with birds in particular being the more complex of the two. In most instances, bird characters will have those flattened out oar shapes for forearms with a simple texture stretched over the shape, but on occasion some birds will have distinct feathering as part of their model, which can at times distort the underlying shape for the artist trying to make sense of it. Our owl friends, Celeste and Blathers, are good examples of this.
With birds and octopi in particular, don’t be afraid to experiment a bit with the design of the limb. Some birds, like Blathers and Celeste, have wider forearms, and many octopi have interesting textures for their suckers. In addition, don’t be afraid of extending or shortening the standard cylindrical arm shape, as this shape can be applied to all different sized animals, from cats to hamsters and beyond. Some animals will have very short stumpy arms while others will have longer ones. Some villagers have slender, delicate arms, while others have bulkier ones. You can adjust the proportions of the shape to suit the character you’re drawing.
Legs on the other hand….those are a different can of worms. I’d like to preface this by saying that legs are another topic I’d love to go into greater detail on if there is interest because this graphic could afford to do the topic a bit more justice.
As with arms, most animals have the same simple cylinder that can be widened and extended as needed to suit the body of the animal. Birds once again have a unique trait in this department, but beyond that, leg styles vary widely. Mostly in the foot department, I should say. When starting off you’ll find that most animals maintain a cylindrical leg even if they have a unique foot, and in most cases the foot can be constructed out of a dome shape attached to the cylinder. No unlike a plunger, if for some reason the stick was on one side of the plunger rather than in the center. On top of that, human characters can now wear a large variety of shoes, making this a second topic that I felt went beyond the scope of this exercise. If you’re interested in a more thorough explanation of Animal Crossing legs and feet, feel free to let me know. I just might write about it in more detail in a future installment.
But never fear! Feet, like most unique animal traits, do share similar design elements across the entire game even when they don’t look particularly alike.
Designing Unique Features
So you’re an artist who wants to draw a specific character, or maybe you want to design a brand new character. You can construct a simple animal body, but then what? What makes this character Your Character™ rather than Bob or Molly or Flora?
Despite how similar these animals all are in basic constructions, each animal and human has their own unique design elements that set them apart from one another. It is nigh impossible to cover every single interesting design element of every single animal in every single game, so here are some tips that will aid you in drawing any element you decide to apply to a character while still keeping them cute as a button.
Just like up top, I reiterate. Big, round, soft shapes. Even the most hardcore animals in Animal Crossing look soft and huggable to some degree.
Take for example, these animals who all should be at least a little bit scary. Animal Crossing’s art style keeps them appealing even with their rougher traits on display. Alfonso the alligator should logically be among the most feared of reptiles, yet his sleepy eyes, gently sloping snout, chubby cheeks, and tubby belly give him all the charm of a stuffed animal. His pointy teeth feel more like a clumsy after thought than a mechanism for killing prey.
Coco the bunny is designed to look like a haniwa figure, an item commonly buried with the dead during the Yayoi period of Japanese history. Coco’s Japanese name is, in fact, Yayoi. In addition, many items in her house are reminiscent of Japanese funeral decor. She’s supposed to be a little unsettling. Her facial expression does not change like those of other villagers, so she can’t smile at you or put you at ease the way other characters can. Indeed, Coco wears a permanent somber appearance, but even so, she looks sweet and pleasant to touch. Her face is completely curved and she is given the body of a bunny villager. Her huge, round ears and tiny, dainty paws evoke the charm of a little rabbit even from a villager whose whole design is meant to remind one of death.
Rasher the pig and Spike the rhino have similar charm. Both of them don scars all over their bodies and in some cases wear aggressive looking shirts in their rough or rustic homes. Still, with Rasher’s big sleepy eyes and friendly round belly, he could almost give you a Winnie the Pooh vibe if you squint hard enough. Spike, meanwhile, has had his horns rounded every so slightly at the tips and his curved hooves and short tail make him seem far from threatening. Even the most edgy creatures in the Animal Crossing universe can appear somehow friendly by making use of these softening design elements.
Go Forth and Draw
And that, in essence, has been my broad overview of Animal Crossing’s art style. I consider that last tidbit to be the most valuable tip of all. By closely studying the way Animal Crossing characters use round bodies, gradual slopes, and pleasant curves, you can make even the most threatening of animal characters look cute and perfectly cuddly for your town, village, or island.
Once again, please let me know if there are particular elements of the Animal Crossing style you’d like me to look into more closely. This has been a very broad and very general overview of the character designs, but I would absolutely love to dive deeper into this art style. If you use this guide to improve your Animal Crossing drawings, feel free to tag me on Instagram, Deviantart, or Tumblr, so I can see what cool art you’ve made!
Have a great weekend, The Internet! Can’t wait to see you again for the next Fandom Friday. If you need me, I’ll be waterscaping a moat around Raymond’s house.
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How to Draw Isabelle from Animal Crossing
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How to Draw K.K. Slider from Animal Crossing
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How to Draw KK Slider
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How to Draw Mabel from Animal Crossing
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How to Draw Mabel From Animal Crossing
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How to Draw Tom Nook from Animal Crossing with Easy Step by Step Drawing Tutorial
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How to Draw Animal Crossing, Tom Nook
Here is just a simple tutorial on drawing Tom Nook from the Animal Crossing series. He is a lazy looking tired brown raccoon dog who first appears in 2001. He wears a purple or blue colored towel like wrap around the lower half of his body. The eyes or expression on his face either suggests that he is tired, or a very lazy being. Drawing Tom Nook or this Animal Crossing figure should be easy enough for all to tackle.
How to Draw Tom Nook, Animal Crossing
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How to Draw Tom Nook From Animal Crossing
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How to Draw Tom Nook from Animal Crossing
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How to Draw Tom Nook Easy
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How to Draw Digby from Animal Crossing
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How to Draw Gracie from Animal Crossing
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How to Draw Rosie, Animal Crossing
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How to Draw Blanca from Animal Crossing
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How to Draw Redd from Animal Crossing
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How to Draw Margie, Animal Crossing
So today I will start the tutorial day by uploading a lesson on "how to draw Margie", step by step. She is the white colored elephant in the series that wears a yellow colored hat with red trim lining. Like her clothing suggests, Margie has a very keen eye for fashion. This lesson should prove to be simple enough for anyone to tackle.
How to Draw Alfonso, Animal Crossing
I have for you how to draw Alfonso, step by step. So as for the description on what Alfonso is like, I will just give you some quick information as to who he is. Alfonso is an alligator that lives in the village. He is considered to be lazy who is also very fond of Mario from the video game. He shows just how much he likes Mario just by using his catch phrase “it'sa me”. Anyways, I do think you guys will enjoy this lesson especially if you are a major fan of Animal Crossing.
How to Draw Flick From Animal Crossing
Today, we’re drawing another character from Animal Crossing! Follow along with us and learn how to draw Flick.
How to Draw Rover from Animal Crossing
Let’s learn how to draw Rover from Animal Crossing today! Rover is a special character in the Animal Crossing series. His job varies in each game, but his primary job is to set-up the playable character.
How to Draw Kitt from Animal Crossing
Let’s learn how to draw Kitt from Animal Crossing today! Kitt is a kangaroo villager with a normal personality, who has appeared in every Animal Crossing series game to date. Her name is probably a reference to “kit” because she carries a baby kangaroo, or joey, that mimics her emotions.
How to Draw Raymond from Animal Crossing
Follow step by step easy tutorials to draw Raymond from Animal Crossing: New Horizons.
How to Draw Kid Cat | Animal Crossing
Drawing Kid Cat from Animal Crossing on the Nintendo Switch. First part of this video is the pencil sketch, then a step by step drawing tutorial with a sharpie so you can draw it too.
How to Draw Animal Crossing Villager Kevin
How to draw Kevin the Pig Villager from Animal Crossing: New Leaf. Easy step-by-step drawing lesson for beginners.
How to Draw Villager
Today, I'm going to show you how to draw your own Villager in this really easy, step by step tutorial!
How to Draw Coco the Rabbit | Animal Crossing
Learn How to Draw cute Coco the Rabbit from Animal Crossing New Horizons Game. Easy, fun step by step drawing lesson tutorial. Kawaii Bunny drawing.
BACK TO DRAWING VIDEO GAMES OR DRAWING CARTOON CHARACTERS
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