Learn To Draw A Cat

Learn To Draw A Cat

Introduction

Cats are one of the most popular pets in the world. They are intelligent and curious animals, which makes them great companion for humans. It is not surprising that cats have inspired many artists to create drawings, paintings and sculptures of this beautiful animal. Drawing a cat is easy to do. While there are many possibilities, this tutorial will show you how to draw a cat in six easy steps. This is a simple lesson designed for beginners and kids with real easy to follow steps. Feel free to print this page and use as a drawing tutorial.

First draw one oval eye with a pupil, eyelashes and eyebrows.

First, you’ll want to draw one oval eye with a pupil, eyelashes and eyebrows. Starting with the eyes will help you get the proportions right for the rest of the cat’s face. It’s important that you don’t forget to add whiskers! Once you’ve drawn those, move down to your cat’s nose and make sure it’s in proportion to its head size. Lastly, don’t forget about their collar!

Draw the second eye in the same way as the first one.

Draw another oval shape below the first one. Make sure that it is the same size as your first eye and that it is facing in a slightly different direction. The pupil, eyelashes, and eyebrows are all drawn in the same way as the first eye. However, don’t forget to smooth out your curves!

Draw the nose.

To draw a cat nose, you can either draw two small circles or one large circle. If you choose to draw two separate circles, make sure they are far enough apart so that the nostrils will not overlap. After drawing your circles, add in three triangles for each nostril: one inside of each circle and another drawn vertically on top of the first triangle for added detail.

Drawing cat noses is easy! Just remember to keep it simple with basic shapes and clean lines.”

Draw the mouth.

Now we will draw the mouth. The mouth is a small circle that should be drawn in the middle of the face. It’s drawn slightly lower than the nose, but slightly higher than it’s eyes.

Draw the ears and hair on the forehead.

Now you will draw the ears and hair on the forehead.

  • Draw an oval shape for the ear, then draw a triangle above that for the hair.
  • Draw a straight line for the whiskers.

Finally, smooth all curves and add more details to create more realistic cat drawing.

Finally, smooth all curves and add more details to create more realistic cat drawing. Use the smudge tool to make the edges of the nose, ears and paws smoother. Also use it on other parts of the body as needed. The eraser tool can be used to remove small mistakes, such as parts of whiskers or tail behind a leg.

The pencil tool is perfect for drawing curved lines that are not too thick or thin (the brush tool would be too thick) and also for adding shading inside ears, paws and other places where light does not reach so well. Use paint bucket with black color for creating shadows on body parts such as nose, eyes and mouth – just click once where you want them!

Use gradient fill to add highlights on some spots like nose tip or forehead; just click with eyedropper tool onto those spots then select desired fill type from drop-down menu at top left corner of application window! Color picker allows us to select any color from image – just hover cursor over area you want before clicking!

Finish your drawing!

  • To finish your drawing, add more details to create a more realistic cat.
  • Add shadows, highlights and other details to make the drawing look more realistic.
  • Add colour to the drawing to make it more appealing.

Conclusion

Now you have the basics for drawing a cat. Keep practicing and try to draw it without looking at your screen!

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