Start drawing the sketch with a soft pencil. Beginners can paint using a photo or a real sleeping kitten. Sketch on paper the basic composition of the future drawing, try to move the lines, the proportions of a kitten.
Paint the kitten is just fine with colored pencils. In album for thumbnail on one of the pages make the colors of the pencils, filling in a square each color. From the resulting shades, select the ones that you will use in the picture and put the perfect pencils from the packaging for further work.
You'll need a light pink color and for the background you can use shades of blue, green and blue. Take the paper for a clean copy and draw the outline of a sleeping kitten light gray pencil, outlining his torso, tail and head.
Drawing the head, carefully observe its proportions relative to the torso. The tail of a kitten is shorter than the tail of the adult cat and paws only is scheduled – they are hidden inside the body, as the kitten curled up in a sleeping posture. Draw ears on the sides of the head. Eyes of the kitten must be closed.
Now that you have mapped out the contours of a kitten, take a pencil background colors and soft shading start to put the folds and outlines of the background fabric, outlining the outside contour of a kitten. Add another color and draw the folds of the background, completely filling it with color and giving the folds the amount of darker and lighter areas of color.
Filling background color before the kitten will allow you to adjust its contours again. Now start to Refine the contours of the kitten, giving them the texture of wool. Use grey and blue pencil, creating the effect of fluffy fur shading.
Add shadows where it is needed, also using the hatch in the direction of the coat. The deep shadows cover the dark colors.
If you draw with watercolor pencils, you can further mitigate your drawing, dabbing the brush in the water and walking her in the background around the kitten, slightly blurring it. Wool kitten wet is not necessary – she should remain crisp texture.
Blot it and pink pencil add a few strokes on the ears and the muzzle of a kitten. Complete the remaining deep shadows on the background lying down kitten dark grey with a pencil. Mixed bluish and pinkish color, you can also add multiple color streaks in the hair, to give it authenticity.