|Date Added: March 6, 2010|
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Description: How many times have I submitted a lesson on a cat, lion, tiger, or even a cat like creature? If you said a lot, you're absolutely right. Drawing tribal cats is always a fun way to get some good creative juices flowing when you feel stumped on a particular drawing project. They are probably one of the easiest tribal animals to draw because their faces are so very basic, and simple to replicate. All one has to do is come up with a design either by thinking it through, or by taking a favorite picture and turning it into an outline portrait that will make such an awesome tattoo, or book art. This tutorial will help you learn "how to draw a tribal cat", step by step. There really isn't words to describe how easy this lesson will be. The cat is drawn from the side which is one simple aspect of the drawing, and the rest of the head is drawn to look like an outline of the real thing. It's almost like taking your hand and drawing around your fingers on a sheet of paper. To make the cat drawing exciting, I've added some nice tear lines that are in a vertical slant position which is a very common addition to any kind of animal art. When you're done you can color in your drawing, or leave it as an original tribal design that you worked hard on. Either way it's totally up to you. One thing is certain though, you will have fun. This third tutorial ends the tribal designs that I will submit today. Now you can look for other neat stuff that I drew for you all. Have a peaceful day, and happy drawing!