Cat Scratch Tattoo Drawing Lesson
Begin by creating two forms, one for the head, and the other that is for your body. Draw facial guidelines the next step.
Now we’ll apply the drawing guidelines on the cat’s face, neck and parts part of its body. When drawing the eyes , make sure they’re large circles that extend from the head. Paint two pupils, then move on to step 3.
This cat is scratching the wall, so the front legs need to draw in a way that communicates. The claws and paws with each toe spread in order to convey the fear the cat has. Draw the whiskers, brows and the tip of the nose as well.
All you need to do is draw the back of the cat’s body. It is possible to do this through drawing hind legs the back claws and paws, before drawing you can draw the tail.
What you need to do is draw the scratch lines to the wall along the same lines using the claws. Be sure that the scratch lines don’t simply straight lines. Draw the sweat that is dripping from the cat’s forehead. Eliminate the mistakes and the visible guides , too.
That’s it. You’ve finished this drawing of a cat falling off the wall as if trying to climb up. I hope you enjoyed it. Make sure to color your sketch.