Doodling for Cat People sparks the imagination and spurs cat lovers to explore, experiment, and brainstorm ways to draw and doodle their favorite furry friends with a cute and clever art style.
You are perpetually covered in cat fur. Your shelves are full of feline-themed books, knickknacks, and toys. You’re not a crazy cat person. You’re a feline enthusiast! That means that you’ll love the more than 50 prompts, doodling exercises, and fun facts about cats in Doodling for Cat People. This book is designed to get your creative juices flowing—and your pen and pencil moving! Don’t think too much about the prompts; just start drawing cat-related doodles and see where your imagination takes you. There’s no such thing as a mistake in doodling!
Professional illustrator Gemma Correll’s simple, unique, and whimsical approach is sure to inspire, entertain, and guide you through doodling, regardless of your artistic skill level. Find inspiration for drawing different types of cats, cats in outfits, cats in action, and even kitty accessories in Doodling for Cat People. This book demonstrates how to draw whimsical kitties, while encouraging you to develop your own style and techniques.
Portable and interactive with plenty of doodling pages, this quirky book is perfect for any creative on-the-go cat lover. All you need to get started doodling is this book and a pencil.
The books in the Doodling for… series are designed to appeal to seasoned artists and doodle enthusiasts alike. Professional illustrator Gemma Correll packs each book with more than 50 fun and inspirational prompts, doodling exercises, and fun factoids. Her simple, unique, and whimsical approach inspires, entertains, and guides artists of all skill levels.
Gemma Correll is an illustrator originally from the UK, now based in Oakland, California. A graduate of the Norwich School for Art and Design, Gemma’s work has a strong narrative basis. She specializes in hand-drawn comics, characters, illustrations, typography, and pattern. Gemma has exhibited all over the world, and she was the recipient of a Young Guns award from the Art Director’s Club of New York in 2010. Gemma is the author and illustrator behind the quirky Doodling for… series.