As any cat owner will know, these are creatures that very much live life on their own terms – and this includes sitting on anything and everything that they deem to be their property. And ultimately, who are we to argue? Let’s bring this familiar scene to life in just a few short, simple steps.
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Begin with an orange pen, and draw a circle at the top of your page.
Bring two wavy lines down from either side, heading towards the bottom of your page.
Join these at the bottom with a straight line, and extend this out slightly on the left side. Add a small “bump”, and then bring a line up and across to meet the original line.
Add a tall, curved tail to the left, and fill this in with the orange pen…
And then add a small “ring” just below the circle of the head.
Use the orange pen to shade the head and body, leaving this ring white.
Now, grab a black pen. Add a “p” shape to the left side of the body, with a small half circle below, and then add a long, thin patch to the tail.
From the bottom of the black “P”, bring a bumpy line across to the right, and then take it straight up.
Add another tall, thin rectangle shape, just like the bottom of the “P”, to the right, and add curved lines to either side of the bottom section.
Add a series of small, vertical marks to the bottom of the cat…
And then a patch to the right of the body. Add a small black mark to the bottom of the white ring.
Next, use the black to add two “almond” shapes following the curve of the head, and fill these in.
Add two pointed ears…
And then two eyes, a nose, and mouth to the face. Follow this with whiskers on either side.
Use a red pen to add a small tag to the bottom of the ring – or collar.
And then fill in the ring with a light yellow pen to complete the collar and finish.
And voila – there we have it; your very own super cute cat, sitting and watching the world go by… or possible plotting world domination!