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How to Draw a Cartoon Lynx, Lynx Cat

Artist: Dawn / May 23, 2012
How to Draw a Cartoon Lynx, Lynx Cat

Step 1.

Begin by making two shapes, one for the head and the other for the body. Connect the two with a neck line and then sketch in the facial guideline.

Step 2.

Here you will start the drawing process to create the side profile of the lynx' face and hairy cheeks or jaw line. Draw in the pointed erect ear like so, then move along to step three.

Step 3.

Okay, let's first draw in the other ear, then sketch in the markings on the lynx' face. Once that is complete you can draw out the eye making sure the top lid is thick and has points at both ends. Draw in the nose as well as the mouth.

Step 4.

Start the drawing process of sketching out the back and front parts of the lynx' neck like you see here. When that is all done you can draw the first front leg as well as the big paw.

Step 5.

Continue the drawing process with the body until the entire back, and stomach is all sketched in. You will then draw the other front leg as well as the back or hind legs and paws. Draw the tail as well as sketch in some detailing on the body and legs   

Step 6.

Lastly, begin drawing and coloring in your spots that the lynx is covered with. They sort of resemble the spots of a leopard or cheetah. Once this task is done you can begin cleaning up your work to perfect the drawing.

Step 7.

Here is what your cartoon lynx comes out looking like when all is said and done. Now you can have a blast coloring in this cat of the forest.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: May 23, 2012
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Description: This was one of my favorite lessons that I made yesterday which lead me to make the sketched drawing of the wildcat. Here is "how to draw a cartoon lynx", step by step. The cartoon wildcat has a nice body frame with the face that reminds me of a World of Warcraft figure. The eyes seem to glow as it bounces off the color of the lynx' coat. I love how the back legs are positioned, as well as how the head sinks low making it almost level with the body. Without a doubt this is one of my favorite big cat lessons that I have done. Hopefully you guys can enjoy drawing a cartoon lynx as much as I did creating it. Whenever you draw big cats of any kind, there is always wiggle room to tweak the animal concept to the artists liking. That's it folks, enjoy the fun as well as the sun. Peace out for now!