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Step 10: Draw the mouth below the nose as a line that splits into two. Use the small circle as a guide to draw the sides of the muzzle using quick, short strokes for the fur. Draw the little chin under the mouth by drawing a curved line made up of quick, short strokes.
Step 11: Use the triangle-like shapes at the top as guides to draw the kitten's ears. Make the ears a bit rounder as you darken the outline of the triangles. Draw a few more lines inside the ear for the inner ear structure. Draw quick, long strokes within the ear shape for the longer fur that lines the inside of the ears.
Step 12: Use the original circle as a guide to draw the rest of the kitten's head. Simply follow the path of the circle as you draw using quick, short strokes to create a fuzzy texture.
Step 13: Using the lines on the right as guides, draw the kitten's front legs. Lightly sketch out the shape of the first leg as you follow the path of the line. When you get the structure of the kitty's leg right, darken the lines. Use quick, short strokes for the fur. The top part of the leg is wider than the bottom. Draw a couple of curved lines on the end for the kitty's paw. Draw the leg on the other side by using the other line as a guide. Sketch lightly at first. Darken the lines using quick, short strokes when you get the shape right. Draw small lines for the toes at the bottom.
Step 14: Now use the other line as a guide to draw the kitten's hind legs. Remember to sketch lightly at first as you follow the path of the line to get the structure right. The bottom of the kitty's leg is wider than the bottom. The hind leg bends more at the joint. Two small, curved lines at the bottom make up the toes. Most of the kitten's leg on the other side is hidden by the leg in front, so only draw the small portion that is visible.