Sunday, September 1, 2013

How To Draw A Kitten Worksheet

This free printable worksheet is simple and will help give the young artist confidence in drawing a kitten.

FIRST, A WORD OF ENCOURAGEMENT: Learning to draw takes practice, so do not get upset if your projects are not perfect. Keep on drawing every day and soon you will be making beautiful pictures. I have lots of projects like this so come back often and try a few more.

How To Draw A Kitten Worksheet.
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You may want to print the project notes below'

BASIC SHAPE
Start with a circle for the head. The head is half of the figure. The ears are big they are on the top, and they are shaped like triangles. The legs are two rectangles below the head, one rear leg is behind and between the two front legs the other rear leg is off to the side. The feet are ovals. After you have the basic design worked out then go to the details.

DETAILS
The eyes are big and wide apart; they are below the half way mark on the head. Draw the shiny spot in the eyes before you draw the inside of the eyes. The eyelids are black.
The nose is a triangle pointing down with a curved top, there is two half lines on each side.
The mouth looks like an upside-down "Y."
The chin is a small half circle.
The paws are flat on the bottom and have three lines going up and down for the toes.

Fur
The fur takes a lot of time. Go over your outline and use the pencil to draw hundreds of lines going outward. The stripes are also a lot of lines. The stripes are not straight across and are a little wavy.
The chest and tummy are white.

Add shadow to give the kitten roundness and depth.

(c) Adron

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Adron


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