01/20/14 By Angela Corpus
I cannot get enough of this sleepy kitty featured in the vintage Walter Foster title How to Draw Cats. The text on the page says that the little guy "can't stay awake," and describes how to capture expression in your drawings.
I love the vivid coloring on the cover, too. Though the expression on this cat's face is intense!
Try these tips for drawing fur from How to Draw & Paint: Pet Portraits.
Angela is Marketing Manager for the Quarto Publishing Group USA. A Chicago gal at heart, she recently relocated to southern California and can usually be found exploring the beaches, feeding her newfound inner artist, and chasing sunsets with her camera. A collector of stories old and new, she's an avid postcard sender, and origami cranes always seem to tag along on her travels. Follow her adventures on Twitter: @angelacorpus
Painting is poetry that is seen rather than felt, and poetry is painting that is felt rather than seen.
Leonardo da Vinci
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