Step 10: Draw the nose near the top of the muzzle by first lightly sketching a triangle. Make the top of the Maine coon cat's nose wavier as you darken the lines. Add the nostrils on the sides too. For a Norwegian forest cat, move the shape of the nose a bit more to the right since they have pointier muzzles. Add a line under the nose and another line that connects the nose to the eye on the right.
Step 11: Use the circle at the bottom as a guide to draw the Maine coon cat's muzzle. Draw the mouth under the nose and use the circle as a guide to draw the chin under the mouth. Use quick, short strokes to represent fur. Use the circle as a guide to draw the sides of the muzzle curving up. Use quick, short strokes for a furry texture. For a Norwegian forest cat, don't make the muzzle so wide. Draw the sides thinner.
Step 12: Use the arc on top of the head as guides to draw the Maine coon cat's ears. Follow the path of the guides as you darken the lines and create the structure of the ears. Add the tufts of hair on the tip of the ear using quick, short strokes and add some fur inside the ear the same way. A Norwegian forest cat's ears should be closer together at the top, and the tufts at the tip should be smaller.
Step 13: Use the initial shapes and lines as guides to draw the rest of the Maine coon cat's head. Use quick, short strokes as you follow the basic path of the guides to create the furry texture. The bottom part should dip down below the initial circle to create the fluffy fur around the neck.
Step 14: Draw a series of lines inside the head for extra detail. These lines will help emphasize the shape of the head and face under all that fur. For a Norwegian forest cat, the lines on the sides should come in closer to the center because they have thinner heads. Add the whiskers inside the Maine coon cat's muzzle using longer strokes.