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In the meantime, you can learn how to draw this cute drawing of a Cat using paper, pencils or markers for a start!
Load your medium flat brush with white and beige.
With the beige color facing the outer edge of your cat’s head, draw a slightly flattened circle and make a small bump on the lower part for her cheeks.
Make in 2 U-shaped loops for the front paws of your cat.
Then let’s draw slight curve for her back followed by a long teardrop for her tail.
Let’s load our small flat brush with beige and brown.
Go on to draw in 2 triangular ears at the top of your cat’s head.
To create that iconic ragdoll muzzle, lay your brush down in a circular stroke like this. Make sure the beige is on the outer edge.
To give it that nice blend with the rest of her face, wet your medium flat brush to smoothen out the colors further.
Let’s switch back to our small flat brush with beige and brown.
Let’s draw in the darkened paws and edges of her tail.
Once you’re done, clean off your small flat brush. Let’s use this to reduce some of the color intensity of your cat’s face and chest.
The great thing about working with water-based paints is that you can just reactivate them with water and lift off any excess color whenever you wish.
Load your small flat brush with white and teal.
Let’s draw in Raggi’s best friend, Moomi the milk box. Let’s use block strokes to create the rectangular shape of our milk box.
Let’s give Raggi and Moomi pink cheeks and ears using your small round brush.
Switch to your liner brush and use black to draw in their eyes and mouths.
Use white to draw in the little ears and horns on Moomi and dab some pink on his ears before adding some cow spots and his tail.
Let’s load out liner brush with dark blue to outline our milk box.
Use dark brown to outline our cat.
Let’s dab on white paint to give Raggi and Moomi those sparkling bright eyes.
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Happy drawing everyone!