Tuesday, June 14, 2016

How to Draw A Cat Warrior Worksheet

This free printable how to draw worksheet will help give the young artist confidence in drawing and designing a half cat half person fantasy creature.  Many people just put a cat head on a human body but I try to encourage a form that blends human and a cat more realisticity. The cat arms are longer than a person proportionally. The legs look stockier, and the foot is much longer and he stands on the toes. The back is curved more than a person could be.

This worksheet can be used in the classroom as a lesson or given out as an extra activity.

FIRST, A WORD OF ENCOURAGEMENT.  Learning to draw takes time and practice.  Do not get discouraged if your drawings do not turn out perfect.  Keep on drawing and soon you will be making beautiful pictures. Come back often and try another one of my projects.

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How to Draw a Warrior Cat Worksheet

Here are two links that may print better.

CLICK HERE for a file in photo format.
CLICK HERE for a file in universal portable format.

PRINTABLE NOTES. 

Start by drawing lightly so you can erase later.

BEGINNING
Start by drawing an articulated stick figure, that is a stick figure that has the joints like wrist, elbows, knees.  Use a guideline so the feet both touch the ground on the same plane. The far foot will look higher than the near foot.
The head is just a circle at first.

Take your time to make sure you get the pose right. You might need to try a few drawings first to get the position of the arms and legs the way you want them.

After the pose is right then go around the stick figure to fill out the body, use curved lines to show muscles. Remember to draw lightly.

Then erase the stick figure and leave outlined shape.

DETAILS
Keep the face simple. The eyes are just a couple of lines, the nose is a triangle, the cheeks are two circles that meet at the base of the nose the ears are triangles on top of the head.
Do the tale last.
The hands are wearing gloves so they are easy and boxy.

ARMOR
Draw the armor around the body. Remember the cat is very flexible so use a lot of smaller pieces overlapping like scales. Use a ruler to keep the lines of the sword straight.

Use shading to give it a complete look and a round look. Pick a few things to make dark like boots or gloves or belt so that it will have interest.

Finish the story. He could be fighting a dragon, protecting a princess cat or cutting his birthday cake, just make sure he is doing something that makes a story out of the picture.


(c) Adron

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