Drawing a Winged Cat


Begin by slowly sketching out the shape of the cat's face. This cat should have a large lion's head that is boxy or square. Draw the chin and some of the mouth as well.


Go ahead and sketch in the face of your cat. Start with the eyes and move to the nose. When you have the eyes drawn just right be sure to add some whiskers and detailing to the nose and darken the lining for the eyes. Draw in the large pointed ears    


Go ahead and sketch in the neck. It should be rather thick and long. When that is done you can sketch in the first front let and paw as well as some of the chest.


We will continue to draw in more or most of the cat's body. Do this by drawing the other front leg, then back legs, back lin and all three paws. Add some nails on the back paws too. Also, I drew in some hair like a mane combed over to one side on the   


This is probably the hardest step because you will need to draw the wings of the cat. Wings have always been hard for me to draw, but if you take your time you should be able to get them done rather easily. The layers of feathers should be added to t   


As the step is called, you will draw in some of the feather to the left wing. Very simple step.


Go ahead and add the last feathers to the cat's wings. This is all you will have to do for the body so it is okay to start erasing the mistakes.


For the last drawing step all you have to do is draw in the cat's tail.


You are all done. Now you can have fun coloring in your fantasy style winged cat and even draw in a nice background. Don't forget to upload your finished work because I would love to check it out.

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October 6, 2020

Description: Hello everyone and welcome back to another lesson. Today I will be showing you how to draw a winged cat, step by step. I have been getting into fantasy a lot and recently and because of this I felt inspired to make a lesson on a winged animal, but not just any animal. It had to be a cat because all my family members love cats and I think it's because of their majestic appearance. Anyways, this cat has a little fantasy mixed in. I added some braided strands of hair flowing down each side of the face and at the ends of the braids are beads. I absolutely love the way this cat came out and it has been so long since I've done any fantasy lessons so I do hope you enjoy this tutorial. It may be a bit complex for artists starting out, but if you stay persistent you will get it.

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