How to Draw a Ragdoll Cat Sitting 6

Step 6: Inside the muzzle, near the top, lightly sketch a small circle for the ragdoll's nose. When you get the size and position of the nose right darken the shape. Draw two short, curved lines on the sides for the nostrils. Make the bottom of the shape thin and pointy and add a few short lines for extra detail. Above the nose, draw a few short strokes for the furry bridge of the nose.

How to Draw a Ragdoll Cat Sitting 7

Step 7: Below the nose, draw a line that splits into two and curves to the sides to create the feline's mouth. Extend the sides of the mouth to the outer sides of the small initial circle to create the muzzle. Use short strokes to give the muzzle a furry texture. Curve the sides of the muzzle up but don't draw them above the sides of the nose. Under the mouth draw a line that's made up of short strokes along the path of the circle for the furry chin.

How to Draw a Ragdoll Cat Sitting 8

Step 8: Use the triangular shapes on top of the head as guides to draw the cat's ears. Darken the shapes but make the sides wavier. Add a few curved lines inside the shapes to give the ears structure. Add a series of short strokes within each shape for the fur that's inside the ears.

How to Draw a Ragdoll Cat Sitting 9

Step 9: Darken the top edge of the initial circle using short strokes to create the top part of the ragdoll cat's head. Add more short strokes along the guides on the sides to draw the side of the head. The head should be wider than the initial circle. Curve the bottom edges of the head in toward the muzzle. Add a few short strokes inside the head for extra detail on the fur.

How to Draw a Ragdoll Cat Sitting 10

Step 10: Darken the shapes on the lower, left side of the body to create the cat's first front leg. Use short strokes at the top as you darken the shape for a furry texture. Inside the paw, draw a couple of short, curved lines to split the toes.

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