How to draw a cheshire cat step by step

How to draw a cheshire cat easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. How to draw cartoons for beginners and kids.

How to draw cheshire cat

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below

You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below

Step 1

Start by drawing a circle. This will help you craft the cat’s face.

Step 2

Below the circle, use a long curve to surround a banana-like shape. This sets the stage for the symbolic smile of the cat.

Step 3

Use a long curve, surrounding an uneven circle below and to the side of the previous image. This outlines the cat’s body.

Step 4

Use a series of curves to outline the cat’s arms and legs. Note the use of a large “U” line to outline the underside of the forearm and smaller “U” lines for the fingers.

Step 5

Sketch the cat’s other arms using curves. Note the short lines in detail and add depth to the palm.

Step 6

Starting at the top of the circle, start drawing jagged feathers using short curves, connected by sharp points. Extend the coat to the end of the shape of a banana, cat’s cheek. Repeat on the opposite side. Then, place two rounded triangles on top of the circle, forming the ears. Use a third curve to add depth to the ear.

Step 7

Extend two long curves upward from the body, allowing them to meet at a sharp point. This makes the cat’s tail. Then outline the hind legs using the “U” lines and the curves.

Step 8

Delete the guides wherever the shape went, as well as the original circle and the top of the banana shape.

Step 9

Add finishing touches to your Cheshire Cat. Stripe his arms, legs, body and tail using almost parallel curves. In the banana shape, draw a set of “U” long lines, connected by short curves. This constitutes the cat’s smile. Point out teeth using short, straight lines. Draw a round nose, connecting the erased part of the banana shape. Connect this to the mouth by a curve. Draw spots for the beard and nostrils, and draw short lines to indicate the beard. Above the nose, draw two large circles for the eyes, each with a small, shaded pupils. Draw a curved, pointed shape at each end, above the eyes to indicate eyebrows.

Step 10

Coloring your cat Cheshire. Traditionally, he has pink or purple stripes.

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