How To Draw Sitting Cartoon Kitty

This sitting cartoon kitty body is basically almost the same as the cartoon kitten. The only difference is that this little one is sitting and smiling while the neighbor is talking to a little bee.

The drawing process is always the same or almost the same as it is in other cartoon characters drawings.

Do you know what is so cool on this simple technique? Once you learn how it works, you can use it to draw any picture you want. No limits, literally.

Again and again I am telling the same old story: “carefully observe” the ready picture before you
begin to draw anything. That is the key! You are going to love this.




Let's Draw a Sitting Cartoon Kitty

Here is the same sitting cartoon kitty as the previous one…maybe waiting for something…or just watching something...

Again, draw a circle and a “noodle”. Circle is the head and noodle is the body of our kitty.

Size of the circle will determine the size of the head, and the size of the noodle determines the size of the body of your cartoon kitty.

I suggest to draw the same or similar to these, so that the final balance of body proportions will be just fine.

Draw two circles into the head circle. These are the guidelines for balancing the eyes, nose and the mouth of a kitty.

Draw two ellipses above the horizontal line as seen on the picture. These will be the eyes. Below them, in the middle, draw two smaller balls – the nose.

Draw the ears and the iris inside of the eyes. Just the contour is OK.
On both sides of kitty’s head draw the “sideburns”- they look like enlarged both sides of the head.…and, draw both cheeks of this sitting cartoon kitty.




Draw all the four legs with large paws and the tail.

Work out the rest of the mouth-part and add the eyebrows.
Outline the white chest part on the body and on the paws draw the fingers – do it by drawing one or two lines on each paw as seen on the picture.

Erase all unnecessary pencil guidelines. Use pencil-type-eraser as necessary.

Use a B4 soft pencil or softer to distinctly outline the outer contours. If you don’t have such soft graphite pencil available, then use standard HB pencil.

Finish the eyes. Enlarge the above picture and notice the very small bright dot in the middle of the iris. This bright dot will make the eyes look more alive.


Darken the body parts as you see on the picture or if you want to color this kitty that’s even better. Leave the mouth-part, chest and paws white.
Draw the whiskers and your sitting cartoon kitty is ready :)

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