How to Draw Swiftpaw

Artist: Dawn / October 1, 2013

Step 1.

For the first step draw three circles, one for the head, another for the chest, and one more for the back end of the body. Sketch in the facial guidelines then draw the connecting lines that brings all the body shapes together.

Step 2.

Here you will draw out the shape of the cat's head along with the small pointed ears. When that is done add the tufts on the cheeks then move to step three.

Step 3.

All you have to do here is draw out the shapes of Swiftpaw's eyes, then draw in the small nose, mouth and whiskers. Next, draw the detailing to the ears and then add the marks above the eyes.

Step 4.

We will focus on drawing Swiftpaw's body starting with the shape of the neck. Draw the chest, and back line like so, and make sure there is layers on the back. This is the extra skin that all cats have.

Step 5.

It is now time to draw the legs. Start with the two front legs which are pretty straight. Draw the paws and toes, then draw the belly.

Step 6.

You will draw the back leg, then sketch out the paw. Sketch in some hair to the back part of the thigh which should be short of long.

Step 7.

And finally, draw the second back leg followed by the back paw and long cat tail. The tail should be thin. Erase your mistakes then you are all done. Now you can move to step eight to see how the cat looks.

Step 8.

Here is Swiftpaw all drawn out and ready to color in. Of course you can add the markings lines for the two toned colors. I hope you enjoyed drawing Swiftpaw.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: October 1, 2013
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Description: Here is another Warrior Cat's star that has made it's mark in the pages of the very popular teen novels. Here is "how to draw Swiftpaw", step by step. He is a black colored cat with white markings on the chest, belly, back paws and tail tip. I don't know much about Swiftpaw, but this is a cool looking cat that has a lot of character. Drawing Swiftpaw should be relatively easy and I hope for those of you that asked for this Warrior Cat as a tutorial, you will have fun. I will be back later with some other fun tuts for you all, but for now have fun drawing this Warrior Cat known as Swiftpaw. Peace out amigos.