Cat Eyes on Drafting Film

Cat Eyes on Drafting Film

Cat Eyes on Drafting Film

Cat Eyes on Drafting Film

You’ve seen all the great portraits and animal art being created on drafting film, and you’ve thought about giving a try. But you’ve been waiting for just the right tutorial by just the right artist.

Peggy Osborne has come through with another great pet tutorial, and this time, she shows you how she uses both sides of drafting film to draw rich color and fine detail.

More About Cat Eyes on Drafting Film

Peggy says, “I don’t often work on Dura-lar, but when I do, I always wonder why I don’t work on it more often. It is fun to draw on and you can achieve really rich, saturated colors quickly.”

Drafting film is not typical drawing paper, though. Because it doesn’t accept as many layers as most drawing paper, you need to plan a little bit more. But Peggy describes her drawing process so you can quickly adapt your own drawing methods to this unique and fun surface.

The tutorial includes a full supply list (including a color chart.) It also includes a line drawing, as well as a full-size reference photo. Download the tutorial, print the line drawing (and even the reference photo,) and get a fast start today.

Learn How to Draw:

Life-like eyes by using both sides of the drafting film

A wet looking nose

Tabby cat fur that looks real

White whiskers

Also learn how to layer color for maximum impact, valuable tips for deciding when to draw on both sides of the drafting film, and much more.

Skill Level

Intermediate and higher.

Are you a beginner? You can successfully complete this tutorial if you have a basic understanding of layering and understand the different pencil strokes. It’s also a great to challenge yourself and push your art to the next level.

All tutorials are available as digital downloads only.

About Peggy Osborne: Peggy is an accomplished self-taught artist living in Canada specializing in creating beautiful realistic portraits of pets and family members. She’s had an on going love affair with colored pencils, loving their simplicity, for as long as she can remember. She started out using graphite pencil so it was an easy transition to carry on with colored pencils. Love of animals and art go hand in hand. Peggy is in awe of what can be accomplished with colored pencils. See more of Peggy’s work at Pet Portraits by Peggy. You can also meet Peggy in the January issue of CP Magic.