The processing of black cat
Today, I would like to briefly share the process of drawing a black cat I drew a while ago.
I mainly draw without sketches. As shown below, I draw a picture of a rough concept with watercolor in a lump. These pictures are before the details are added.
And the three black cats below are drawings with added detail. It took 1 hour for each cat.
And the pictures below are what a black cat looks like when viewed up close. If you look closely, you can see that the little details make things come alive.
Animal expression is a key with vividly reflective eyes and natural fur as if blowing in the wind. I used a rough acrylic brush or a brush with a split tip to express these hairs.
By lightly touching the outside of the cat with these brushes, you can make the cat's hair appear alive one by one.
Myungja Anna Koh