Today I will teach you how to draw a warrior cat in just nine very easy steps with helpful tips. Start the lesson and enjoy!
In this tutorial, I will show you how to draw a warrior cat. The lesson will be useful for you and you can apply the acquired skills in your next drawings.
Cats can be drawn in different ways and in this tutorial I want to show you how to draw a warrior cat. This lesson will be a little more difficult than the previous ones and will require patience and attention from you, but you will gain useful skills that you will definitely need.
The illustration shows a large cat that sits and turned its head to the side. The contour of the head has pointed elements and this gives the cat a menacing look. It seems that the cat is focused and ready to fight at any moment.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes.
How to Draw a Warrior Cat
- Draw the head.
The sides of the head and ears are pointed. Use thin, straight lines to depict these elements.
- Add the eyes, eyebrows, and part of the nose.
Use short lines and try to correctly depict the shape of each element.
- Depict the inside of the eye and nose.
Add the iris and pupil. Draw the nose which has a triangular shape.
- Draw the front of the muzzle.
Depict smooth lines down from the eyes to make a closed outline and add the mouth.
- Add the chest and detail the muzzle.
Draw the inside of the ear and the stripes on the sides. Depict the chest as in the example.
- Depict the outline of the torso.
From the head, draw down thin lines to depict the back and other parts of the torso.
- Sketch out the front paws.
The front paws are large and located side by side.
- Add the rest of the elements.
Depict the toes on the front paws, the outline of the hind leg, fur on the chest, and draw the tail.
- Color the warrior cat.
Use different shades of brown. Color the eyes blue and the nose pink.
As usual, at the end of the lesson, there is a link for you to download a brief instruction as a PDF file. This will help you return to the lesson at any time.
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