|Uploaded:||March 24, 2009|
|Updated:||June 5, 2010|
Cats are animals that are very independent and really don’t need any kind of emotional affection. Well, I guess that is a statement to an extent because my cat loves affection but is also very independent as well. My cat's name is Boots and he is just a crazy feline that plays fetch and hide n’ seek with my younger brothers and sisters. I decided to do a lesson on ""how to draw a Siamese cat", step by step. Siamese cats are in my book one of the prettiest cat breeds in existence. They have these blue piercing eyes that look sort of like that of an Egyptian. The Siamese cat comes from Southeast Asia and is one of the very first breed of an oriental cat. It is believed that Siamese cats are descendants from the sacred temple of Siam which is located in Thailand. These cats first came to nonnative lands back in the late eighteen hundreds and have sense then been intriguing folks for years now. The sleek shape and curves of the Siamese cat truly gives description to the word “feline”. Their heads are small and chiseled and their eyes are blue in color and shaped like big almonds. They have short smooth coats and their ears, face/muzzle, front and hind legs, and tail are a dark brown chocolate color leaving them uniquely designed. The body of a Siamese cat is odd but beautiful as well. They have large long ears, long necks, long legs, and a long tails. Their body frame is rather muscular although the cat is very sleek and almost timid looking. I love the way that my Siamese cat came out because it looks just like the real thing but in a cartoon form. I will later show you how to draw Siamese kittens as well so stay tuned for that lesson. I will be back momentarily so stay tuned as I pick and choose from the remaining lessons that are left to submit.