How to draw a cat easy

Draw a circle for the cat’s head. Then draw a bigger circle below it and a bigger one below that for the cat’s body.

Circles are one of the hardest shapes to draw. They are hard because the lines have to be just right. And if you make a circle too small, it’s hard to put in the details. I have found that if you use a roll of masking tape, you can hold the tape and trace over it. Tracing is a good way to practice drawing. It helps you make large shapes. It also helps you start with a nice big circle.

I have decided to show you how to draw a cat in a cartoon style. This style is very simple and not complicated. Everything here is very easy.

To draw a cat very easily, you need a piece of paper and a pencil. You can use paints, crayons, or felt-tip pens to make your drawing look like a real cat.

Drawing cats is very easy because they are so cute and fun to draw. They are also good at showing you how to learn how to draw animal shapes. You can also make your own art style when you draw a cat.

Materials for How to Draw an Easy Cat

  • Pen
  • pencil
  • paper
  • color if you want to use
  • remover
  • rubber
  • Drawing Table
  • Time

Cat Qualities:

Cats have been domesticated for thousands of years. People have found mummies and pictures of cats in ancient Egyptian tombs.
Cats are good at hunting. Cats are good at climbing trees. A group of cats is called a clowder. Cats are good at catching mice.

Cats were first domesticated thousands of years ago. People have found mummified cats and carvings of cats in the tombs of ancient Egypt.
A group of cats is called a clowder or glaring. Cats are small, but they are mighty hunters. On one small island near New Zealand, the first European settler brought a house cat with him.

Cartoon Cat drawing Picture

We love making things simple, so we simplified this one as much as possible while still keeping things cute.
We’ve keep the cat mostly texture free, as there are many different kinds and this way you can pick your own fur when you’ll color. You could make a tabby, tortoiseshell, black and white, black or even pink and green striped cats – we’re not here to set the rules – let your imagination be the guide.