There is no denying it – all cats are stunning, no matter their shade, and all deserve plenty of love, cuddles, and time to play. Today, we will take a moment to celebrate white cats with our very own drawing – let’s get going.
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Grab your black pen, and draw three “tufts” in the left side of your page. Bring the right line down and flick it across to the right of your page.
Now, add another, larger “tuft” to the bottom left, and then add a curved line beside this, flicking up at the end.
Connect the two sides of the shape together at the bottom with a curved line, adding a small “bump” to the center.
Next, add a “flame” shape to the top left of the head, and add curved lines up the length of this.
Repeat this on the right for a second ear…
And then add two short, curved marks to the top of the face.
Now, bring a line across from the right of the face, and take this across and down, adding a slight dip.
At the bottom of this line, add three “toes”, and then bring the line up and across to the left. This will be the back leg.
Repeat this shape at the front of the cat’s body to create a front leg…
And then connect these together with a curved, horizontal line.
Add a second foot just in front of the back one…
And then bring up two curved, slightly jagged lines to the right to create a fluffy tail.
Add a curved line behind the front leg, and then bring up a jagged line across the chest.
Use a black fineliner to add an almond shape to the face, and then add a curve below this, and long lashes to the top for a distinctive feline eye.
Add two circles inside this, and then two smaller circles in the center. Use the black pen to fill in the space between the two smaller circles.
Repeat the outline of the eye on the left…
And then fill in the detail, just as before.
Use the black fineliner to add a short, curved mark between the eyes…
And add a small dot below this with a pink pen. Use the same pink shade to add a bow to the bottom of the chin, and pink ears.
Use a brown pen to add a small curved line below the nose for a mouth, and add a “U” shape below this.
Fill in the center of the “U” with a pink pen for a cute tongue…
And then go over the inside lines of your kitty with a gray pen.
Add a bright color to the eyes with a vibrant blue pen.
And there we have it – a super cute, pristine princess, just waiting to be petted and spoiled rotten – as if you could do anything else!