How to Draw a Zombie Cat

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STEP 1. Start off with a simple circle for the head, then sketch in the facial guidelines.   STEP 2. Using the head guide begin sketching out the shape of the cat's head. Be sure to make the bones protruding from the top so it looks emaciated. Draw the torn ripped ears and when you do this make sure it's as damages as possible.   STEP 3. Begin sketching out the puffed skin texture of the outer shape for the zombie cat's eye. Notice that the shading is also added to make the eye look more detailed. Next, sketch in the definition to the head and ears like you see here.   STEP 4. Under the eye, begin sketching the flesh that is just dangling like loose meat that has just been chewed on, pulled apart and shredded. Color in an eyeball too.   STEP 5. Here is where you will begin going slow with the drawing. Take your time as you sketch out the right side of the cat's mutated or mangled face. There should be holes on the bridge of the nose and for the right eye which is non existing. Add all the bubbly puss, fine detailed lines to add texture to this zombie cat, and all the other definition on the cat's head.   STEP 6. The meat is ripped from the cat's face. Draw the nasal cavity for the nose, then draw the skeletal mouth which should be done in sharp or pointed teeth and fangs. There are a couple whiskers left so add those as well.   STEP 7. Draw in the cat's tongue which is slurring out of the mouth. Draw the jagged lining to form the chin and jaw line, then all the loose skin hanging from the side of the face. Of course you will spend a few minuets with the detailing for the cat so be sure to do that before moving to step eight.   STEP 8. For the remaining steps all you will be doing is drawing the spine bones. Start with the first three here, then add shading and detailing.   STEP 9. Add more vertebrae bones like so. Then color in the area with some shading and you can proceed to step ten.   STEP 10. And again another bone to be added. Also add the detailing to the bone too.   STEP 11. Another link to continue the vertebrae chain like so and then more definition.   STEP 12. Draw a whole half of the cat's spine bone, then add all the definition and texture detailing to the spine to complete the task.   STEP 13. Finally, finish it all off by adding the spine bones above the head of the cat. Be sure to add some slime and wetness and then the rest of the detailing. Erase the mistakes, I know some of you may have made some.   STEP 14. That's it, you are all done. Now you can add color if you like or you can leave the drawing an inked sketch.   Step 1. Step 2. Step 3. Step 4. Step 5. Step 6. Step 7. Step 8. Step 9. Step 10. Step 11. Step 12. Step 13. Step 14.