How to turn your cats into comics: Learn from a pro

I’m not exactly a comic book creator, but I know how to draw cats and I’m going to teach you how to make comics from scratch.

That’s why I’m offering this primer on how to turn a fluffy kitten into a cartoon character, a trick that was invented by a veteran artist and professional illustrator named Steve L. Rogers.

Here are six things you need to know.


You have to know what you’re doing Steve Rogers, the artist who brought the classic cartoon character the Rogers cats to life, died in 2005.

But the artist he was most influenced by, Jack Kirby, is still in print.

In fact, Rogers has been drawing cats since the 1960s.

Rogers also drew superheroes like Batman and Superman, and other animals like elephants and rhinos.

Now he’s the creator of the Rogers Cats comic series, which includes illustrations by the likes of Andy Kubert, Mike Zeck and more.

He was born in Kansas in 1883.


You can’t just paint cats The cartoon cats you see in the Rogers series are not the originals.

Rogers took inspiration from the animals that he drew, but the artist did not know what the cat looked like.

So he turned to an expert.

“When I got a drawing of a cat, I took it to an illustrator and said, ‘I can’t draw it,'” Rogers says.

“He said, `What if I painted it and let you draw the outline?'”

So Rogers painted the cat’s face, its ears and tail, then drew an outline of the cat in pencil.

He then gave that sketch to Kirby and asked him to draw the animal’s body.

Kirby sketched the body in black and white, and then Rogers gave him a white-and-blue pencil outline.

The result is a cartoon that looks more like a cat than a cartoon.


You’re not going to be able to draw a real cat If you do, you’re probably going to end up with a cartoon animal with a fur coat and a fuzzy belly, which is what some people call a kitty.

But Rogers says drawing a cat with fur is impossible.

“It’s a cat that you can’t actually see,” he says.

Instead, he says, the cats have an “impressive” pattern of stripes.

The pattern gives the animals their name.

And it’s a good sign when you see the illustration.

The cats in Rogers Cats look like they’ve got a lot going on.

They’re not just cute and cuddly.

“I don’t want them to look like cartoon animals,” Rogers says of the illustrations.

“The cats in the series are really cute.

They have this unique personality and they’re a little bit like real animals.”


You need to start with the right ingredients The cartoon animals in the comic books are based on animals that Rogers drew.

The original Rogers Cats cats were based on a species called the catbird, a bird that lives in the mountains of Canada.

But there are a number of other species in Canada that Rogers used as inspiration.

He also drew the wild cats of Canada in the early 1960s, including the northern lynx, a long-necked cat that lived in the Rocky Mountains and has since been classified as a threatened species.

“Those cats were pretty cute and pretty much the best-looking cats I’ve ever drawn,” Rogers explains.

“They’re pretty cool looking and they have a very distinctive, kind of coy, coy, fox-like voice.

They also have very expressive eyes.”

Rogers used those cats in his illustrations to create the Rogers Cat, a fluffy, blue-eyed, fluffy, furry, kitty that appears in the comics.

Rogers says the Rogers cat is “very much a cartoon of a cartoon cat, because the cats are cartoon animals.”

But he adds that the Rogers comics are meant for a younger audience.

“We’re trying to appeal to a younger demographic of people,” he explains.


There’s no right answer When you start out, the illustrations are usually drawn in a straight line and have a sharp angle.

That way, you can draw what you want, but you can also make adjustments later on to the final drawing.

But what you need is a pen that’s a little wider and a little smaller.

Rogers recommends using a pencil that’s “a little wider than a quarter.”

That means that the pen is at least a little bigger than the actual animal you’re drawing.

“You can do things like make the animal look bigger or smaller,” Rogers advises.

And he suggests you use a little black marker to create a subtle line around the animal.

“Then you can go back and do the lines and draw more of them,” Rogers adds.

“Once you get a good brush, you get to work.”


You don’t need to be a professional cartoonist to draw cartoons for kids The cats Rogers has drawn for the Rogers books are designed to be fun and simple. “One