Munchkin cats are proof that size is not everything – they may be tiny, but they are fast, agile, and full of beans – not to mention adorable! See for yourself in just a few short, simple steps.
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Start with a black pen, and draw a small circle in the left half of your page.
Add a curved arrow shape to the center of this circle for the patches on the face.
Add two small almond shapes, one in each section…
And then add small black circles inside each almond for eyes.
Then, add two curved triangles to the top of the head for ears.
Add a small heart shape to the bottom section for a nose, and then two small curved lines for a mouth.
Add two bumps to the right of the face, and then curve the line across, down in a loop, and back up and across for the tail.
Add a small bump to the bottom of the leg for a paw, and then add a curved, angled line in front of this.
Now, bring a curved line across the center of the tail, and across the top of the leg towards the right.
Now, add another paw in front of the back one, and add a curved line to the top of this. Bring this across to the left, and then bump it up to the top of the face.
Bring a curved line down from the front of the face, and then add a bump to the bottom for a paw.
Add another paw behind this front one…
And add the toes with a series of small marks.
Now, use a red pen for the nose and mouth…
And a bright blue pen for the eyes.
Grab a black pen, and color the bottom section of the body, as well as the left ear.
Now, add color to the top of the back…
And the top sections of the face, the tail, and the outline of the right ear.
Add gray color with your gray pen to the bottom of the face and the outline of the paws.
And there we have it – a Munchkin cat to call your very own. What could be a better gift?