The Big Book of Cats is a weekly illustration project. In 1998, I was 11 years old and decided to make a 200 page encyclopedia of anthropomorphic cat girls. I’ve made a vow to honor this horrific piece of literature and redraw every cat girl and post a new drawing along with the original for the internet’s amusement. Want to know more? Read my official introduction here and check out all the drawings so far here!
You’re welcome and I’m so so sorry.
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Your eyes are not deceiving you, friend! This is indeed a new Big Book of Cats post! Can you believe it? Honestly, many of you haven’t even been following my blog long enough to remember BBOC. My last one was in November 2013–almost a whole year ago! That really blows my mind. As mentioned in my intro, you can learn more about this project here and see all the other drawings here!
It bums me out that I haven’t kept up on my weekly schedule. I was so consistent for so long! However, the original goal of this project was to make sure I was drawing for fun and sharing my work every week while I was stuck at a less-than-inspiring day job. Since then I’ve taken on so much extra illustration work and started all my handmade adventures, so it’s certainly not a failure. I have no intention of calling it quits, I just never want this project to be another stressful deadline in my life. Hopefully I’ll be able to squeeze them in more than annually, though! Jeez.
Linda is a sassy bitch and she’s definitely judging you. My muse has apparently always been a girl with attitude who wears crop tops and boots. My favorite part of Linda’s original drawing is the earrings mysteriously dangling from the side of her face while her ears are on top of her head. Haha.