How to draw a cat

How to draw a cat

The key to capturing a realistic cat is understanding that beneath all that fluffy fur is a solid structure. Learn how to draw a cat once and for all by following this simple, step-by-step guide from Kate Oleska. There's also more helpful advice on developing your drawing skills, walking through how to observe and sketch cats, as well as how to recognise the internal skeleton.

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The Draw Any Animal Book

The Draw Any Animal Book

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How to draw a wolf

Next up, it's the king of all canines – how to draw a wolf. Believe it or not, there are many differences between dogs and wolves, so don't just assume because you can draw one, you can also draw the other. In this video tutorial, Masae Seki explains how these canine breeds differ, before walking through the process of drawing a side view of a standing wolf. As a bonus, there are also instructions on how to add a winter coat for those chillier months.

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How to draw a lion

This step-by-step tutorial will guide you through how to draw a lion – specifically, a side view of a male African Lion. You'll start by establishing the skeletal structure, then move on to sketching in form, and finally adding details to create an accurate representation of a lion. Not exciting enough for you? This tutorial will also touch on the best way to depict a lion roaring.

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How to draw a dog

Kate Oleska offers a simple step-by-step guide to how to draw a dog, covering the key rules to follow to ensure your dog drawing is realistic and anatomically correct. Different breeds of dog may look very different, but beneath that fur they're structurally similar. So even if your chosen pooch isn't like the one in the drawing above, this step-by-step guide will come in handy.

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How to draw a horse

Horses are notoriously difficult to capture. There's no mass of fur to hide behind, there are all kinds of difficult angles on the head, and the skeleton works differently to what we're typically used to. Plus, get it wrong and your steed will quickly start to look comical. Find out how to draw a horse that looks realistic in this easy to follow tutorial, which comes with a helpful video.

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How to draw an elephant

Capture the world's largest land animal with this in-depth video tutorial on how to draw an elephant. Start with blocking in shapes and covering basic anatomy, then move on to carving out the elephant's mass and form of the body before diving into the details of this beautiful animal's skin.

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How to draw a bear

Want to learn how to draw a bear that doesn't look like a teddy? This drawing tutorial offers pro tips for getting the anatomy right, so that you can create a believable bear.

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