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Learn How to Draw Mike Wazowski of Monsters University

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Summer vacation is the perfect time to bust out the sidewalk chalk and perfect your craft of cartooning. We’ve been having a ball this summer doing simple things together such as chalk drawings on the driveway, playing frisbee, running through the sprinklers, bubble blowing contests, and of course Disney Family Game Night. It doesn’t take much to turn an average day into a day of family fun.

When is the last time you drew pictures or colored with your kids? Such a simple yet fun activity! We have created an easy-to-follow, step-by-step guide on how to draw Mike Wazowski from Monsters University. All you need is multi-colored chalk, a flat surface, a touch of creativity, and voila instant Googly Bear!  It may not be exactly Pixar-worthy, but your family will love seeing your artwork. Make sure to get everyone involved. Sometimes it’s the little moments that mean so much.

Speaking of old Googly Bear, did you know that Mike Wazowski is a feature character in the new game, Disney Infinity? Awesome, right? Mike, his pal Sulley, and over 30 others come to life in the ultimate video game created by your imagination. Yes, your imagination creates the game! So after you’re done drawing the characters, you can bring the Disney Infinity characters to life by opening the Toy Box to an adventure of your own. The possibilities are endless!

Photo Source(s): Disney Sisters

Watch Mike again and again in Monster’s University on Digital HD 10/8 and Blu-ray Combo Pack 10/29! Click here for more information.

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