How to make the perfect cat face from scratch

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This article was originally published in September 2017 and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Change Week series.

It was updated on 17 March 2018.

Cat faces are so well known that you can almost guarantee you’ll see one in a museum, or a shop window, or even at the local animal shelter.

But how do you make your own?

What is cat face painting and why would you want to do it?

The answers are detailed below, and we’ll tell you how you can make your very own cat face.

How to Make Your Own Cat Face 1.

Pick a colour If you’re making your own cat’s face, you’ll want to start with a colour that you’re familiar with, like a metallic red or green, or something that you like.

This is because the darker the colour, the more dramatic the colour effect, so pick a colour you’re not afraid to wear.

For example, if you’re going to be putting on your cat’s signature nose, you might want to go with a metallic blue.

2.

Make sure the colour is not too heavy or too light.

A heavy colour, for example, could be a metallic orange or dark grey, could also be a dull grey, or any other colour that looks off-putting.

3.

Choose a size and shape A standard cat face needs a diameter of at least three millimetres, or around three inches.

This can be achieved with a nail clippers, a flat screwdriver or a pair of scissors, depending on your size.

But be sure you have the right tools for the job.

If you don’t have the correct tools, the cat face will probably fall apart easily, and you may need to use a glue gun to glue your face together.

4.

Paint your cat face with a brush Paint a thin layer of paint on top of your face, using a paint brush.

When you are done, cover the entire face with the paint, which will help prevent the paint from getting stuck to your skin.

To paint the face, hold your hand on the brush, and paint your cat from behind to front.

You can also add more paint if you like, but it won’t make the face as realistic as if you were painting from behind.

If your cat doesn’t like it, just leave it alone and go back to the painting later.

5.

Cut out the cat’s nose and mouth 2.5 centimetres from the base of your cat 2.1 centimetre from the top of the nose and the middle of the mouth 3.1 cm from the chin The cat’s cheekbones should be perfectly rounded and rounded at the temples, with no sharp edges.

Make a mark on the cheekbone to help with the shape.

3 centimeters is about the size of a normal cat’s jaw, so it should be easy to see.

4 centimetors is a bit longer than the average cat’s mouth, so if your cat is short you’ll need to make sure it’s rounded.

Make the marks on the back of the cheekbones a bit wider than the jaw to make it look more like a human mouth.

3cm is the average size of the cat, so a cat should have a rounded cheek.

5 centimetrees is about twice the length of the average human’s nose.

Make these marks along the top and bottom of the chin and the cheek bones.

6 centimetters is about one-and-a-half times the length the average of the front and back of a cat’s tongue, so make these marks as well.

7 centimetter the height of the jaw.

Make this mark as well, along the jawline.

4cm is roughly the length an average cat takes a step when it is sitting, so you might need to leave some room to make these markings.

8 centimette the length from the end of the tail to the tip of the ears.

You’ll need a pencil or a small ruler to make this mark.

3mm is a little short, so choose a smaller ruler and use the same size pencil to make a mark along the bottom of your ears.

9 centimete the length on the front of the head from the point where the chin meets the forehead.

This will be the length between the chin’s top lip and the top cheek bone.

Make marks along this line.

5mm is the length at which the forehead meets the chin.

Make markings on this line along this part of your forehead.

10 centimeten the length to the front side of the neck.

Make lines along this side of your neck as well as on the other side.

12 centimetere the length that ends just above the ears, just below the point of the ear bone.

Use a ruler or a pencil to measure this length and mark it. 2 centimeter is the height from the tip to the back side of a human’s ear.

Make it as tall as possible so it’s visible from above,

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