20 Adorable Tutorials On How To Draw a Cat

Cats are easily one of the most adorable creatures in the world, their species ranges from the furriest to fur-less yet the extraordinary amount of love that they receive is incomparable. Cats can be so tiny they can fit into small things thus mesmerizing their owners; others cannot carry their cats through-out the house; variation and diversity here too is key yet one important thing about cats is that they do know how to cheer up their owners, the relax and de-stress the individual. They sense what you’re feeling and the next thing you know, they’re already curled up against your legs, your arms or neck, ready to magically heal you !

There are many ways to show your appreciation to cats. One of these ways could be drawing them and placing the art in your room. They may not understand what it’s for, but sure enough, they can feel the warmth of the gesture. Cast a glance over the following tutorial and take great care of your little loved one !

1. DRAW A CAT FROM THE WORD CAT

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This is a great exercise for children. It’s an easy way to teach them how to draw a cat in a fun way that they could easily remember, the process can be extraordinarily creative.

2. LEARN HOW TO DRAW A SIMPLE CAT

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Start with something simple. Outlining the body of the subject will make it easier for you to locate where the body, the head and the other parts will be.

3. TUTORIAL ON CAT FACES

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4. STEP BY STEP CAT DRAWING TUTORIAL

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Drawing cartoon or anime style cats are among the first things you would likely do as an artist today. There is simplicity in drawing them; but these are more complex than children or beginner’s drawings as the right proportions are hard to grasp.

5. SIMPLE CARTOON CAT TUTORIAL

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6. CATS IN DIFFERENT POSITIONS

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Once you start diving into more realistic drawings of your cat, it is important to know how to draw them in different poses. This guide will help you learn how their body bends, elongates and basically every change that happens when they are moving since basically, cat’s tend to have “liquid” movements.

7. CAT DRAWING TUTORIAL FOR THE KIDS

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8. DRAW A CAT’S HEAD

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Now here’s a simple and easy way of making a portraoit of your cat. Sure enough, you can change some of parts or features depending on how your cat looks like.

9. DRAWING A CUTE KITTY STEP BY STEP

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Again, cats are adorable and there is no other way of conveying that to your art other than drawing a cute cartoon cat!

10. BLACK CAT DRAWING FOR KIDS

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11. HOW TO DRAW CAT EARS

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For some, cat’s ears are among the hardest elements in the composition. It’s tough to get the shape you want and sometimes, their ears move depending on what they are feeling. Practicing your cat’s ears will help make your cat art appear more realistic and more anatomically correct.

12. THE PERFECT CAT PAWS

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Paws are another part of a cat’s body that you also need to pay attention to. Theirs are much different than humans and even that of typical household pets such as dogs.

13. REALISTIC CAT EYES

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Eyes are the windows to the soul; even if it’s your cat’s soul and in a realistic drawing these windows are simply extraordinary hard to draw yet practice makes perfect, start sketching in the search of incredible.

14. CREATE YOUR OWN FURRY CAT

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15. CAT PAWS TUTORIAL

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16. CUTE CARTOON CAT

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17. CAT HEAD GUIDE-BASIC SHAPES AND ANGLES

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18. COVERED IN FUR

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Hard for you to draw your furry friend? All you have to do is draft your cat first before diving into creating the fur. Make your way slowly so it would look more realistic, sketch, sketch and sketch.

19. CAT’S BASIC BODY GUIDELINE

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20. SIMPLE CAT DRAWING TUTORIAL

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What do you think about the guides above on how to draw a cat? We would love to hear from you in the comment section below !

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