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Drawing Cats (Zoom)

April 30, 2020 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm PDT

Looking for wildlife? Let’s draw your cat! We start with basic anatomy using your house pet as a model. We will explore fur texture and constructing the face. We will also compare domestic cats with wild.

Join John Muir Laws and the Nature Journal Club for journaling tips, techniques, inspiration, teaching strategies, and interviews. The meeting format starts with a tutorial, demonstration, or interview and then opens to a question-and-answer session. The live workshop can hold 500 people. I will also make a recording of the workshop and post it on my blog. All ages and experience levels are welcome. I look forward to seeing you there!

Suggested donation: $20. Your donation helps support me and my family. Your generosity is deeply appreciated and it makes an immediate difference in my ability to continue to offer these programs. Your donation is tax-deductible. Click here to donate. If you are not able to donate at this time, no problem–please continue to enjoy the classes and find another way to pay it forward in your community with acts of kindness and service. Thank you!


  • Your Journal and favorite drawing materials.
  • Photographs of cats (if available).
  • The lion skeleton worksheet. Download here.
  • and your sense of humor!

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April 30, 2020
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm PDT
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Nature Journal Club
(415) 310-7592
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4 thoughts on “Drawing Cats (Zoom)

  1. Heather Gottfried Lloyd says:

    Thank you. I have 2 elementary school boys with adhd and dyslexia and dysgraphia who think they can’t draw. This was the first time we have joined you. They actually participated and drew cats for a little bit today! Thank you!
    I keep telling them that it’s not about talent but it’s about practice. Hard sell sometimes!!

  2. Ava Jarvis says:

    Note: the Morguefile (dot com) site is a great place to find free reference photographs of many things. Cats are well-represented, and there is at least one bird artist who takes really nice photos of birds. I also like to use the site for flowers and other animals.

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