We know that Persian cats have a reputation for beauty and that Siameses have a reputation for grace and elegance – but what happens if you cross the two? The Himalayan Persian is the result of these two breeds, and the end result is truly stunning. Want to see for yourself? Then let’s get started!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Start with a thin black pen, and draw three small tringles, connected by a curved line, at the top of your page for your cat’s head.
Add a series of other triangles reaching out on either side.
Add two curved triangles on either side of the central tuft for ears.
Bring two curved lines down on either side and add a point to the bottom of each.
Now, bring two other, short lines down on either side and then add more tufts of fur to the bottom.
Add two small rings in the center of the face for eyes…
And then another circle around the outside of these.
Enclose the circles in almond shapes, and fill in the spaces around the eyes with the black pen.
Add a small heart shape below the eyes for a nose, and then bring two small curved lines down, heading towards the bottom corners, for a mouth.
Add a small curve below this…
Add long, thin whiskers emerging out on both sides of the nose.
Now, add an “M” shape to the bottom of the body, with the line made of small points.
Add two more layers of pointed lines for more tufts of fur.
Add three bumps to the ends of the legs for paws and then add wavy lines to the bottom of the body.
Bring out a curved tail to the left…
And then use a brown pen for the paws, the tail, the ears, and the face.
Next, use a purple pen for the bottom section of the body, and the outline of the face…
And go over the outline of the body and the sections of fur with a gray pen.
Finally, use a blue pen for that distinctive pair of Himalayan eyes.
And there we have it – a super stunning Himalayan cat just waiting to be snuggled. Why not do your own research on the breed – there is plenty to learn!