Here's another drawing in the cardinal sketchbook series. This kittycat with the upturned face is drawn entirely from imagination, with no reference excepting the main-coonish cat who lives us, and I thought it came out reasonably well (i.e. the muzzle is not horribly distorted...)
5-3/8 x 6-7/8" sketchbook page of flecked paper with grapite, ink using both assorted pens (mostly microns) & brush pen; additional decorations with metallic gold callig pen. Completed 15mar21 lumix lx-100, cropped & adjusted.
It was fun to do, and I especially like the little triangles decorating the front paws, a design motif that goes back, uuuuuhhhhhmmm, at least 40 years. The line quality of silhouette was also something I was happy with, and the forelegs. —Of course, those are ganked right off the ancient Egyptian bronzes that clearly served as inspiration for (most of) the pose.
TBasically, I drew the forehead from the side, the rest from 3/4. So frustrating.
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