When it comes to cute cats, any color is adorable – but orange and white cats tend to be eyecatching and memorable – so let’s draw our very own in just a few short, simple steps!
Step-By-Step Images and Instructions
Start by using a black pen to draw two triangular ears connected by a curved line in the center of your page – angle this slightly.
Add a curved line inside the right ear, and bring this down to the bottom right-hand corner of the page. Then, bring the line down slightly with a slightly jagged line.
Add another curved line to the left ear, and then curve this across to the left, down in a slightly jagged section, and across to the bottom right-hand corner of the page.
Now, add a short jagged section below this, and then curve the line down and across to the right.
Return to the right-hand side, and bring a curved line across to the right, and then down towards the bottom of the page. Start to curve it back in at the bottom.
Add three long points to the top of the head for stripes…
Add two circles below the stripes for eyes…
And then add small “crescent moon” shapes inside these, with small “bumps” to the right of each.
Add a wavy line below the eyes, with a bump between the eyes, and pointing off to the right just below.
Continue this line down towards the bottom of the page, and add a curved line connecting the two sides together.
Now, add a curved line to connect these lines at the bottom, and add small bumps below for toes.
Add another set of toes to the right, and bring the right line up towards the top right-hand corner of the page.
Now, add a curved line across from the right line, heading towards the left and then back up and across to the right. Add three short curved lines for toes, and then bring a curved line up and across to the right, adding a jagged section to the end.
Add a small oval beneath the eyes…
And then add two curved lines to the bottom of this, above a “u” shaped tongue.
Now, add a series of curved stripes along the back of the cat.
Bring up two curved lines joined with a curve at the end for a tail…
And add a series of stripes to the tail.
Add a curved line connecting the back leg to the front paw…
And then use a black fineliner to add curved whiskers on either side of the nose.
Use the black fineliner to add a curved line to the bottom of the mouth, and add two small teeth above this.
Now, add a “cloud” shape above the tail.
Add a curved line to the bottom left of this, and then a small circle above this.
Draw a half-circle above the curve, and add a curved line in the center of this for an eye…
And then add a curved line to the left of the first – do you see the enemy mouse starting to take shape?
Add another small loop inside the ear, and bring a curved line across to the left, down, and back across to the right.
Connect this to the top of the cat’s tail with a curved line, and then add a curved line to create the mouse’s back.
Bring a curved line down and spiraling across…
And add a plant to the mouse’s hand.
Now, add a small shape inside the cat’s nose.
Use the black pen to shade the right section of the eyes…
And then use a brown pen for your cat’s stripes and his nose, as well as the inside of his mouth.
Give him a pink tongue with a hot pink pen…
And use a light pink pencil for the inside of the ears on your cat and your mouse.
Fill in the plant that the mouse is holding with a light green pencil.
Then, fill in the body of the mouse with an orange pen…
And use an orange pencil for the main body of the kitty.
Now, who said that cats and mice can’t be friends? This looks like a pretty happy pair to us!