Hi, my name is Patricia. I'm an artist, and I'm going to show you how to draw wild cats. Now, a wild cat is similar to a cat except that it's more it's lankier and leaner. These guys live in the wild. Hence wild cat. OK so right here I did his back and then his long tail. And then I'm going to bring it around to his hind leg. Now again, like I said, these guys are longer and leaner than your typical cat, so you're going to make this back leg a little thinner than you would if you were going to draw a cat. Now I did not draw the back compared to the leg, the back is not that long. So let's get it to be longer. There we go. Then we're going to do it to the head. Down and then the nose it slightly more pointed I feel like. A little bit longer. And then to the cheek. And then again, to the leg, and this guy is on the move, and like I said, these paws, these legs are long. Accentuate the legs when you're drawing your wild cat. Let's see here. Down, long. There we go. All right. And then the front one. The paw walking. There we go. Notice how I accentuated the legs, now his body of course is leaner and a little bit lankier so I put this line higher than I might if I were drawing a cat, it'd be lower. This one is higher up. All right, and then in the back, again, another long, lanky leg. And then let's do the face. We've got the ears. A little bit more pointed, I feel like. There we go. He's listening for predators. All right. Then the eye, the nose, whiskers, and this guy is serious. Let's see. Let's do the mouth low, straight, then of course the whiskers. Let's do it like this. There we go. And then you can you know you can put stripes on this guy. They have some stripes on them often times. So we'll just add stripes and then on the tail. And there you go. Of course claws. Don't forget to add claws. And we have it. Some ground to walk on, and you have your wild cat. Enjoy.