A couple months ago I had that sudden urge to pick up a pencil and draw something. Even though I do a lot of crafts, I actually rarely sketch. A detailed sketch is usually quite time consuming and – having a rather short attention span – I get bored halfway through and drop the drawing unfinished. Nevertheless, I felt the desire to draw, for the first time in a couple of years, and I couldn’t resist. Here’s the process, step by step!
Before we dive into it though, here is my gorgeous model. Meet Rupert, my gorgeous model – a (now) 9-month-old half Bengal, half British Shorthair kitten.
And before anyone thinks I didn’t get bored this time and finished the whole drawing straight away – I didn’t. I started drawing in September and finished in February. Ooof.
…and done! Phew.
Naturally, I’m not a professional by any means. That being said, I’m pretty satisfied with the result. Not too bad for a lazy artist-wannabe picking up a pencil once every few years, ha! A frame is all ready and the picture is going on a wall. And I’ve satisfied the need for pencil drawing for a long time now. 😉
5 thoughts on “Cat Pencil Sketch”
A beautiful cat and drawing, Alphe! Nice to see you again. ❤️😻
That is gogeous, you have done it perfect. Looks a bit like my cat, got a tabby. 12 year old though. He prefers to sit on his little heated blanket.
Beautiful cat sketch! I really like how you capured the head.
Rupert is adorable! And your sketch is amazing! Great job!!
We are alike when it comes to sketching..lot of love for the art, but moody.
Rupert is too good.
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