Non-Fiction | 28 July 2015Learn to Draw Cats and Kittens Share article facebook twitter google pinterest One of the most wonderful things about art is that anyone can do it. As long as you have an idea, and you make that idea come to life – whether on paper, with paint, as a dance, in words – you’re making art. Drawing, especially, is an art form that people of all ages and abilities can enjoy. You can learn to draw cats, dogs, cars, trees, and so much more. All you need is a pencil, some paper, an idea, and you’re golden! The Learn to Draw Series by Walter Foster Jr. is the perfect reminder that anyone can draw with the easy-to-follow lessons that break down drawings into the simplest steps. In Learn to Draw Cats & Kittens, you’ll learn that the fluffy Himalayan cat starts out as just two simple circles! It’s so surprising to see how the shapes we all know come together with lines and curves to create such realistic drawings. By the time you complete the last step, you’ve created a new animal friend – all with just a pencil, paper, and your own artistry. Explore your artistic interests and sample the wide range of the Learn to Draw series, from Learn to Draw Safari Animals to Learn to Draw Disney Princess Palace Pets. All include step-by-step instructions, along with photographs, fun facts, and trivia. Have a pencil at hand? Get started now by following the instructions in the excerpt below! American Curl Excerpted from Learn to Draw Cats & Kittens Discovered in California in 1981, this unique breed is known for its distinct curled ears and playful, affectionate nature. Origin: USA Fur Type: Short and silky; thin undercoat Coat: Shorthair or Longhair Weight: 7 to 10 pounds Share article facebook twitter google pinterest If you have any comments on this article please contact us or get in touch via social media.