|Date Added: October 22, 2009|
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Description: Now that I have three lessons uploaded all I have to do now is get two more tutorials up. Lets start this description by saying that, you will now be taught “how to draw cats", step by step. Cats are very funny animals. I find that these feline friends are so incredibly entertaining that I would literally watch a cat act silly, instead of watching some crappy low budget flick that I seen a bunch of times before. Right now I have a kitten that is about three months old, and he is off the wall. When I first got him he was such a little runt, just watching him jump was funny. Anyway, drawing cats is a cool way to be creative, and draw a picture of your own cat or a cat you like in a cartoon or movie. The only cool cat that I can think of is Jinx from “Meet the Parents”. Jinx was a cat of many talents which is what being a cat is all about. Dogs are in a class all of their own. They are like people, and they act like kids. I have a dog and she is full of energy, and she is also very playful and sometimes stubborn which makes it even worse. I love the way the drawing came out. This cat looks really cool in it's cartoon form. I do already have a lesson on a cartoon cat, a chibi cat, and even a little yellow kitten. Let’s face it, it is always fun drawing cats even if they are a bit hard sometimes. When I was a novice artist, drawing a cat was one of the hardest things for me to do. Something so simple it seems, was really difficult. Since cats have small features, I decided the best way to teach myself how to draw a cat would be to draw a few big cats first. I start sketching out lions, tigers, panthers, jaguars, and cheetahs. Once I had a good idea on how to approach a cat sketch, I used what I learned and finally drew my first decent looking cat. This tutorial will hopefully be of some use to you when you follow this lesson on “how to draw cats step by step”. Have fun, be creative, and remain calm, I promise it is a lot easier than it looks. Adios amigos!