How to Draw Grumpy Cat – Drawing Lesson


Hey everyone and welcome to the fraternity today I’ll be presenting you how to draw Grumpy Cat.  So We’re going to start by drawing the eyes from the left who are capable of depicting a slight swerve from the outside towards the inside proceeding across the same happen on the right side and even crack in the middle.  We’ll effort our room across now eventually in the eyes underneath, so we’re going to depict a half-circle underneath chose started on that windy little overlap swerve down towards the bottom of the eye and then back up do the same happen on the right side start from the inside coming down to the bottom will fold this in underneath forgiveness get a little chip of an attention luggage from here what’s going to exist that becomes underneath the eye on the left exactly coming down and out to the same happen on the right side is at the details inside the iso underneath this eyelid don’t half curve on the left feature for a highlight across like that and we took the person or persons in underneath, so I’m gonna need this highlight just going to curve around fold that in underneath the eyelid go ahead and close in pitch-black do the same happen on the right side so up now on the left that highlight half curve and then underneath the highlighting going to draw in the person or persons correctly tucked in underneath go ahead to color that in pitch-black from here I’m just going to add a little frown front that comes in from the inside of the ice.

Over here on the left would occur in and up on the right side will do the same situations being carried out in and up in between the eyes are gonna be there in a nose so right in now right up now where we’re going to draw a straight line proceeding across straight line come down to short-lived threads on either side where the swerve in towards the middle but we’re gonna leave a little crack in the centre now so coming in and down in and down on the right exactly connect it with a shorter than the line across from now we’re going to move on down and meet the mouse we’re going to draw a big swerve so it’s like really upset so it’s going to occur from the left up underneath the nose and then down on the right side started on that feature when you go up we’re just going to come down a little chip higher than we have on the left from the bottom of the nose right in the centre of a little front connecting the cheek and the nose let’s work on the way all over the outer boundary of the brain so exactly up now we’re going to draw a swerve from left to right exactly above each I so right here going to curb across enough to write about their i’m going to add a little chip of fur hard so from this feature will go out and back in time another one used to go and back in we depict three of these and we’re just sort of working out way out towards the left here on the right will do the same happen out and in a little bit of a fix that we’re outlining one more like that such work our room down the side of the look so from now existed around the eye down towards the chin coming down like that on the right will swerve down down towards the chin from here gonna add a little bit of fleeces

so he was going to curb up going to one more four threads we’re gonna do a little fix is down and up to do the same happen on the right we’re going to restrain up then we do a little fix in it up let’s draw on the bottom of the chin so from here is going to occur underneath the face about not all the room towards the middle going to the crack in the middle now on the right will swerve down and in let’s contribute some of the patch detail in the look so right within the ID now and occur down towards the nose of those on the right will do the same happen now from here from the bottom line of those wishes to curve around the mouth and down to the side of the neck so in this area on the left around the mouth on the right will curve around the mouth right about there and then we’re going to coalescethis into the side of the look your secure up right into that little hard they’re the same happen on the right side up now we want to add a little bit of patchwork here so right now curved down on the right will swerve down we’re going to work our room down to the feature of the look now so here I want to bending out and up on the right direction out so we’re just offsetting this out as we go and draw us back in with a short Kerr in and then we’re gonna effort our room to the side of the look over here swerve out right

we’ll do the same happen so developing out let’s contribute some ears inspect so that you’re on the right to be pointing upwards where the one on the left got to go pointing out towards left so starting exactly write a midst right here would occur up to the tip-off of its first year will draw us back in the opposite attitude so coming down in behind the side of the face there we’re going to draw the internal fluttering of the ear so right here we step over and attain our room to that detail with a swerve going up to the same happen on this feature so we start right here because the ears pointed out this room occur out towards the left going to pull this back to the feature of the brain coming down and in for the tip-off of its first year want to curb in behind the brain so we’re going to the wider as you come in like that we had a few little wire your whiskers coming out from the side of the brain so right here on the side on the left got to go a little jiggle like that sucks a couple on the side on the right will do the same happen computing a couple random wiggly threads let’s work our room down towards their own bodies so the other side of the jaw right here on the left exactly underneath the swerve down and out and then exactly draw it in exactly like a little bit of a billow on the right feature will do the same things are coming out and then in let’s work our room down towards the cup so right in the middle now I depict two threads occur in towards each other on the left incur in and down on the right occur in and down we depict the first Paul on the left over now and come out and draw this back up going to layer these little interruption so right on the side now and depict another fix and i will draw one more but this one’s going to go over first part that’s going to go over there at the top of this swerve going to go up the short-lived little swerve like that let’s do the same happen on the right starting from the heel coming around first toe on the side now passing the second toe and then the third largest toe is going to go up and over the second to like that the top of this swerve exactly curl up like that in between the heels depict a straight line across the lower figure let’s draw on the posterior legs so up now we depict the leg first so on the left feature swerve out and then down to write about there was the same height as we have on the side of their own bodies on the right will front it up used to go and then down this sucks the paws so right here is step up and  then exactly drooping out and then right in behind the front area there are a few little Paul line so right here swerve and depict it twice to the same happen on the right side right now next is just a little bit longer to step up going out towards the cup like we did on the left i’m going to push this back in with the restrain in behind the front paw and a few little curves for the interruption i don’t think we’re gonna have a fanny we’re going to swerve this around the body so we start on the outside first so going up now to limits out like we did with this first we’re going to push this back in the opposite attitude of the shortcut going up now I curve around the tip-off of the fanny and push that back in the short-lived front we can seem a little bit fluffy so we can occur out again push that back in final one we’re gonna used to go now this one we’re going to go over it exactly stroking the tip-off of that paw they’re developing across like that we go back towards the tip-off of the paw strong another wrinkle front like that and that’s pretty much it there we have it there’s Grumpy Cat.

draw it in exactly like a little bit of a billow on the right feature will do the same things are coming out and then in let’s work our room down towards the cup so right in the middle now I depict two threads occur in towards each other on the left incur in and down on the right occur in and down we depict the first Paul on the left over now and come out and draw this back up going to layer these little interruption so right on the side now and depict another fix and i will draw one more but this one’s going to go over first part that’s going to go over there at the top of this swerve going to go up the short-lived little swerve like that let’s do the same happen on the right starting from the heel coming around first toe on the side now passing the second toe and then the third largest toe is going to go up and over the second to like that the top of this swerve exactly curl up like that in between the heels depict a straight line across the lower figure let’s draw on the posterior legs so up now we depict the leg first so on the left feature swerve out and then down to write about there was the same height as we have on the side of their own bodies on the right will front it up used to go and then down this sucks the paws so right here is step up and  then exactly drooping out and then right in behind the front area there are a few little Paul line so right here swerve and depict it twice to the same happen on the right side right now next is just a little bit longer to step up going out towards the cup like we did on the left I’m going to push this back in with the restrain in behind the front paw and a few little curves for the interruption i don’t think we’re gonna have a fanny we’re going to swerve this around the body so we start on the outside first so going up now to limits out like we did with this first we’re going to push this back in the opposite attitude of the shortcut going up now I curve around the tip-off of the fanny and push that back in the short-lived front we can seem a little bit fluffy so we can occur out again push that back in final one we’re gonna used to go now this one we’re going to go over it exactly stroking the tip-off of that paw they’re developing across like that we go back towards the tip-off of the paw strong another wrinkle front like that and that’s pretty much it there we have it there’s Grumpy Cat.

I don’t think we’re gonna have a fanny we’re going to swerve this around the body, so we start on the outside first so going up now to limits out like we did with this first we’re going to push this back in the opposite attitude of the shortcut going up now I curve around the tip-off of the fanny and push that back in the short-lived front we can seem a little bit fluffy so we can occur out again push that back in final one we’re gonna used to go now this one we’re going to go over it exactly stroking the tip-off of that paw they’re developing across like that we go back towards the tip-off of the paw strong another wrinkle front like that and that’s pretty much it there we have it there’s Grumpy Cat.

Art and Craft decoration DIY – How to Make a Cat from Recycled Newspaper


Hi today I want to show you how I will make this cat out of newspaper I will start paint cat Now I will cut out cat and this is will be my pattern I transfer pattern on cardboard and I will cut out cat out of cardboard I will need two cat out of cardboard now I use few rolls from cardboard wide about 5 centimeters and I will fix it these rolls with hot glue gun at several locations and now I will fix the second cat out of cardboard on the rolls from cardboard.
Now I will wrap cat with wrapping foil, and now I use rolls from newspaper, and I will fix rolls together with little bit glue, and I will wrap this rolls around cat in all directions, and I will make the end Now I use rolls from newspaper around the circumference of the cat.

Now I use glue and after drying I will cut newspaper rolls between two rolls now I remove cardboard and wrapping foil, and I have two halves Now I use spray paint, and now I will fix two halves of cat together with hot glue gun, and I will cover this connection with another roll from newspaper I use more spray paint and here is my cat and I will decorate cat with ribbon I use smaller bow and flower, and I will fix flower to bow with hot glue gun, and I will fix this bow with flower on cat, and I have finished decorating, and I made this new decoration from recycling material and recycle newspapers I think that it looks a nice.

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