Cats are great at pretty much everything they set their minds to, and this includes stealing food, being the boss of everything, and looking cute. It stands to reason, then, that they would be pretty good at flying too – and we will take a closer look!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Use a black pen to use a dashed line to create a semicircle shape in the middle of your page.
Then, add two triangles to the top, and then two smaller triangles inside this for the ears. Add a small “spike” to the bottom left side of the face.
Now, add two “hooks” to the bottom of the face, almost like fists.
Add curved lines to the inside of each “fist” for the bottom of the face, and then two short, straight lines below this.
Add two circles to the center of the face…
And then add two smaller circles inside this. Fill in the space around these with the black pen.
Now, add a small triangle below this, and add two small curves for the mouth.
Add two marks above the eyes for brows…
And then add the bottom of the body with a curved line at the bottom, angled towards the top corners of the page, and then add three bumps for paws on each side. Connect these to the body with a short curved line.
Bring two curved lines down and across to the left for a tail…
And then add two bumpy lines, one on either side, heading up towards the top corners of the page.
Connect these to the sides of the face with two curved lines. Add another line beneath this top one.
Next, add a series of small marks heading down from the tops of the wings.
Use the black pen to add shading to the bottom of the tail, the bottom of the body, and the space under the chin.
Then, use a gray pen to shade the main body of the cat, leaving small paws and spaces under the eyes.
Next, use a purple pen to add color to the tops of the wings…
And then use a pink pen for the bottom of the wings.
And there we have it – your very own adorable flying cat!