Are you looking for some free cat head designs? The trend in head design has changed lately with more people opting for unique animal or cartoon character designs. Animal ears are a great alternative to the usual cat head.
The simple cat head on a pink background. The perfect circle for kids at heart. Great for tattoo, logo, or screen-print design. This is also an example perfect for an animal T-shirt or logo graphic. Make sure that your child draws the circle in black ink, since the circle’s reflection will ruin the image. The result is always beautiful and inspiring.
- Step 1 – Find a medium to draw on. If you’re drawing on a piece of paper, choose a medium that is easy to see. A darker color or harder texture may make it difficult to see the details of the cat head when you try to draw it on a different background. So, for step four, go with a lighter paper.
- Step 2 – Getting your kid to draw the ears and nose on a cat’s head is pretty easy, but you should pay close attention to the steps. Start by drawing the ears. Use the help of a pencil to create an oval shape for your child to put in his or her ears. Then, pick out a point, or middle, of the circle and draw a dot for the nose. Keep the line from your starting point to your end point as straight as possible.
- Step 3 – Drawing the cat head and adding detail to it is easier if you draw the eyes first. To do this, just like in step 3, draw an oval shape for your eyes. Then, pick a point and draw a dot for the eye. Keep the eye line clean and short, because it will help the eyes stand out more when they are drawn.
- Step 4 – Now that you’ve got the basic outline for the cat head, it’s time to add details. To do this, just draw small circles onto the upper and lower part of the nose. You can do the same for the eyes and the ears. After you have finished all of these details, you’re ready to move on to the next step!
- Step 5 – Making your own stencils is fast and easy. Use a sharpie marker or pencil to draw on the cat head. When you’re done, take the pieces you drew and put them together with the right size marker or pencil to create the cat face that you wanted. You can draw various shapes onto the paul klee stamps or transfer them to paper to make the face look exactly like the one on the stamp.
- Step 6 – Creating the cat’s eyes is pretty simple. Just start with a long piece of string and draw a circle on it. You’ll then take that same piece of string and cut off two smaller pieces. Those two pieces will become the cat’s eyes. Then, take those two eyepieces and cut off another two smaller pieces. All of those pieces will become the pupils of the eyes.
- Step 7 – Now that you have the cat’s head and eyes complete, it’s time to add that signature look with their ears! To do this, draw a small circle onto one of the two outer sides of the ears. Use a pencil to draw a straight vertical line inside the circle to define the shape of the ear. Now, using your white pencil, draw a line down the inside of the circle to define the tip of the eardrum.
- Step 8 – Next, draw a straight line down the side of each ear and across the widest part of the ear. Then, use your pencil again to draw a line down each side of the vertical line and along the line. Remember, it’s important to keep that straight line defining the shape of the ear. This will help you make the next step easier.
- Step 9 – Once you’ve completed all of these steps, you’re ready to add the nasal bridge. To do this, draw two straight lines that cross over each other at about an angle. Use your dark colored pencil to draw a line down the center of one of those lines to define the shape of the nasal bridge. Draw a line down each side of this line to define the shape of the bridge as well.
- Step 10 – Lastly, draw a horizontal line across the bridge above the tip of the nose at the same angle as the previous step four. Then, create the signature snout for your cat. With your dark colored sketch pad, begin by adding straight lines down the side of the nose to get the best view of this important landmark. Then, add a thin vertical line at about an angle to define the width of the snout.