The Lucky Cat or Maneki-Neko is a Japanese talisman that is believed to bring about good luck to its owner. Hence why it is commonly featured in businesses, stores and restaurants. This Fortune Cat is usually shown with its paw raised and comes in various colors such as pink, white, gold, black, red, and green each denoting a different significance.
Remember the cute, pink Hello Kitty image that used to adorn so many clothes and bags? And also remember the long-limbed flamingo-coloured image of the ever-so-famous Pink Panther? Well, the pink cat that you see here is obviously far more lifelike than Hello Kitty and far furrier than Pink Panther. But it still has the cuteness and charm that is common to all pink cats. To set off its adorability, it’s complete with a fluffy pink tail and huge kawaii eyes. Learn how to recreate this picture of pink cat glory, by following the simple steps given here.
Cats when compared to dogs are more than pleased to be left alone to their own devices. If you are to use cat graphics in your artwork, there’ll be more than a few occasions when you need to draw the cat either sitting down or lying down. So let’s start with the first. Follow this easy tutorial given here to draw an adorable little kitty-cat sitting on its furry bottom, ears primly raised and mouth open in joyful bewilderment.