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How to Draw a Witch's Cat

Artist: Dawn / October 2, 2020
How to Draw a Witch's Cat

Step 1.


Make a circle and then sketch in the facial guidelines.

Step 2.


Now go ahead and begin drawing out the actual shape of the cat's face, head and ears. Notice the cat hair is scruffy.

Step 3.


Use the facial guidelines to draw out the nice shapes of the cat's eyes. The lining should be dark, bold and scratchy looking. Draw the nose and mouth followed by the long whiskers.

Step 4.


To finish off the witch's cat, you will need to draw the tissue lining inside the cat's ears as well as some tufts of fur. Add a crescent on the forehead and then draw drooling dripplets under the face. Erase the mistakes and guides as well.

Step 5.


That's it. Here is the line art. Now you can go ahead and add some color if you'd like.

Comments (3)
MojoArtist · 7 months ago
I like it but I wish there would be instructions
Dawn · 7 months ago
HI Mojo, there are instructions but since it is a paid tut you can view them with the .99 purchase.
MojoArtist · 7 months ago
I like it but I wish there would be instructions
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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: October 2, 2020
Steps: 5
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Tags: how to draw cats, how to draw witch cats, how to draw halloween cats
Description: Witches and cats, what is the correlation between the two. Why does almost every witch have a cat and why? There are so many explainations as to why witches have cats and what is the meaning behind it all. I for one believe or think that cats that accompany witches were in fact humans before a spell from a witch was cast on them. Once a spell is cast on a human to be turned into a cat, that cat/human must do whatever it is they are needed or told to do. Only a witch can release the curse from a cat. Almost like how Maleficent turned the crow into a human. She needed someone to do her bidding and that was the purpose of him. Anyways, I do hope you like this concept. I love it and it would also make a great stencil for a tattoo or even pumpkin carving.