Not quite a cat, not quite a dangerous feline, learn how to draw a wildcat using this simple step-by-step drawing tutorial. You will see that the selected posture and the simplicity of the template results in a lesson that even younger kids should be able to complete. Are you ready to learn how to draw this fun cartoon wildcat?
If so, let's start with the creation of the head using a long circular shape. Notice how the top of the head is slightly narrower. Next, add a second circular shape on the bottom of the head to illustrate the jaw of the animal. Then, sketch a thin rectangle to form the body.
Next, you can add two large circular shapes to illustrate the eyes. These shapes are covering a good portion of the head. Complete this step by drawing the legs and the feet using circles and curved lines.
Cool! Now that the body is finished, add the ears using sharp triangles. Use another triangle to illustrate the nose of the cartoon character. Finally, draw the tail using a few curved lines like shown below.
Use two more circles to create the pupils of the cartoon wildcat. On the circle used to illustrate the jaw, draw the mouth using a simple curved line. Another line can be used to connect the mouth with the nose.
Complete this drawing lesson by adding small details like a large patch on the stomach, two more triangles inside the ears and oval shapes inside the pupils.
Nice work! As you can see below, if you already know how to draw a tiger or a lion, illustrating a wildcat should be relatively easy.
Have fun with this cartoon character and don't hesitate to use the illustration below if you need a quick overview of all six steps needed to illustrate this fun character properly. :)
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