Up next for our latest series of line studies, is this Cat Girl Line Study art piece! If you haven’t heard of line studies before or you’re looking for other ones to do, browse through our huge selection of free line studies to learn more.
Cat Girl Line Study
As with the other line study pieces we’ve shared, you’ll need, at minimum the free printable template found at the end of this post and something to write with. You can use a pencil, pen, sharpie, or whatever else you have on hand. I recommend printing the template out onto heavy weighted paper or white cardstock, but regular printer paper will work too.
If you’d like to matte your art, you can grab glue, scissors, and a piece of colored cardstock to use as the background too.
And if you think you’ll want to color in your final piece, be sure to grab some crayons, colored pencils, etc. as well.
To get started, print out the free Cat Girl template page found at the end of this post. Look for the “click here” button.
You will treat each small section as it’s own art piece, working one section at a time. Fill in each section with straight lines, squiggles, curly-q’s, or any other line or shape you’d like. We focused on straight lines for ours, alternating the angles.
Continue working through each section until you’re done with the art piece. We chose to leave the eye spots free of any extra line work.
Next, if you’re planning on coloring in your Cat Girl, grab your colored pencils, crayons, etc. and begin filling color into your art piece.
Now that your art piece is complete, it’s time to add a matte effect, if you so choose. To do this, cut off the border of your art piece and glue to the center of your colored cardstock.
Finally, allow everything to dry and your Cat Girl is ready to be displayed!
Ready to create your own Cat Girl Line Art? Click the button below to grab the free printable template.