How to Draw a Halloween Cat For Kids

Artist: Dawn / October 8, 2012

Step 1.

Start off with two shapes, an oval one for the cat's head, and an egg shape for the body. Connect the two with a neck guide.

Step 2.

You will now use the shape that you just made, and draw out the simple oblong shape of the cat's head and face. Draw in the ears followed by the top of the head.

Step 3.

Begin working on the body by drawing an upward slope to form the pose that the cat will be in. The butt end of the cat is sticking up, and the back legs will be raised higher than the front.

Step 4.

Draw in the neck, chest, and belly using all one line, then draw out the first front leg and paw. Notice how the leg has both contours and angles.

Step 5.

Almost done guys. Here you will draw in the remaining limbs which is the front and back legs. Draw in the long feline tail like so, then proceed to step six which is the last drawing step.

Step 6.

Here you will be finishing off your Halloween cat just by drawing in the wide shaped eyes. Add the slits, then draw the small nose. Erase the mistakes than you're done.

Step 7.

Here is how your cat looks when you are all done. Color it in black, add a cool Halloween themed background, then that's it!

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: October 8, 2012
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Tags: how to draw cats, how to draw black cats, draw cartoon cat
Description: Here is a slender feline that has a lot to say with just a body pose and the stare from her eyes. Another great Halloween lesson on the way that will be as easy as writing out the numbers 1,2,3. Today, I will be showing you "how to draw a Halloween cat for kids", step by step. The black cat is one of the most popular cat color of any domestic feline species. They have made a name for themselves as being a vessel for witches to hide their identities. They are also watchers of their magical master's dwellings, as well as being known for their "bad luck" spell that they will cast upon you if you cross their paths during the whole month of October. I wanted to create a super easy cat design that will be easy enough for my sister to replicate. So here is drawing a black Halloween cat for kids. I do hope you enjoy this lesson, and I also hope you show off your skills by placing your finished drawing on a window, wall or fridge. Adios people!