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Merrill Kazanjian

How To Make an AWESOME Stop Motion Animation Step by Step. <table border=`0` align=`center`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td><iframe src=`https://www.youtube.com/embed/2O` width=`425` height=`350` frameborder=`0`></iframe></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><span style=`font-size: large;`>DOWNLOAD THE PDF HERE- <a href=`https://iown.website/bx/_files/113images/custom_site_files/kazanjianm_stop_motion_booklet.pdf`>CLICK HERE</a></span></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table> How to Draw Mario. <p style=`text-align: center;`><object width=`640` height=`360` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/BAeZ8sP47cM?version=3&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`><param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` /><param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` /><param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/BAeZ8sP47cM?version=3&hl=en_US` /><param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` /></object></p>  <table style=`border: 2px solid #000000; width: 640px;` border=`2` align=`center`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td style=`text-align: center;`><span style=`font-size: large;`>Step 1: Divide your paper in to three even sections and draw an egg shape in the middle one.</span></td>  <td><img title=`Step 1 Mario Draw` src=`https://sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-snc7/s720x720/376251_3956448042499_1772764940_n.jpg` alt=`Step 1 Mario Draw` width=`327` height=`720` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td style=`text-align: center;`><span style=`font-size: large;`>Step 2: Add the shapes that you see to the egg shape from step one. </span></td>  <td><img title=`Draw Mario Step 2` src=`https://sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ash3/552644_3956447922496_1266814393_n.jpg` alt=`Draw Mario Step 2` width=`478` height=`960` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><span style=`font-size: large;`>Step 3: Complete the legs and feet. Notice the placement in comparison to the egg shape.</span></td>  <td> <img title=`Draw Mario Step 3` src=`https://sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ash4/388076_3956447722491_1040446373_n.jpg` alt=`Draw Mario Step 3` width=`484` height=`960` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><span style=`font-size: large;`>Step 4: Add the Arm shapes. </span></td>  <td><img title=`Draw Mario Step 4` src=`https://sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-snc7/391404_3956447482485_362066539_n.jpg` alt=`Draw Mario Step 4` width=`480` height=`960` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><span style=`font-size: large;`>Step 5: Add the head shape.</span></td>  <td><img title=`Draw Mario Step 5` src=`https://sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ash3/580946_3956447362482_1708250595_n.jpg` alt=`Draw Mario Step 5` width=`451` height=`960` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><span style=`font-size: large;`>Step 6: NICE moustache! Straight from the 1980`s!</span></td>  <td><img title=`how to draw mario 6` src=`https://sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ash4/418857_3956447122476_523983737_n.jpg` alt=`how to draw mario 6` width=`458` height=`960` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><span style=`font-size: large;`>Step 7: Add the Hands</span></td>  <td><img title=`Draw Mario Step by Step` src=`https://sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-snc7/487834_3956457682740_1821478051_n.jpg` alt=`Draw Mario Step by Step` width=`432` height=`960` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table> YOUDRAW DERRICK ROSE. <p><img src=`https://iown.website/bx/_files/113images/nli_big/derrick_rose_grey.jpg` alt=`derrick rose reference` width=`689` height=`1024` /></p> Draw with Merrill: Nicki Minaj. <table border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td style=`text-align: center;`><span style=`font-size: large;`>Reference Image</span></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://iown.website/bx/_files/113images/nli_big/minaj_reference_3.jpg` alt=`Nicki Minaj` width=`661` height=`768` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table> Clint Eastwood Photo Reference. <table border=`0` align=`left`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td style=`text-align: center;`><span style=`font-size: large;`>Photo Reference</span></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`http://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc7/386583_2504093094533_1619167147_32300504_1539448847_n.jpg` alt=`Clint Eastwood` width=`326` height=`372` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table> Figure Drawing Lesson- Female Model. <table style=`float: left;` border=`0` align=`center`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td><img title=`Figure Drawing Figure 1` src=`https://iown.website/bx/_files/113images/nli_big/figure_drawing_figure_1.jpg` alt=`Figure Drawing Figure 1` width=`683` height=`1024` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table> How to Draw John Lennon Step by Step. <table style=`width: 720px;` border=`1`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td> <object style=`margin-right: auto; margin-left: auto; display: block;` width=`640` height=`360` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/IUTnEOKod-g?version=3&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`><param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` /><param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` /><param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/IUTnEOKod-g?version=3&hl=en_US` /><param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` /></object></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman; font-size: medium;`>   <script type=`text/javascript`>// <![CDATA[  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 728x90, created 5/25/10 */  google_ad_slot = `6501615489`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 90;  // ]]></script>  <script type=`text/javascript` src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js`>// <![CDATA[    // ]]></script>  </span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman; font-size: medium;`>The Long and Winding Road of YouTube searches has brought you here and today, YOU are going to draw an excellent portrait of John Lennon with a little help from your friend Merrill of course. Under ideal circumstances I would want to hold your hand to directly assist you with this portrait; but since im a real Nowhere Man; your high speed internet connection and this step by step tutorial will have to do. </span><span style=`font-size: medium;`><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman;`>But rest assured,we can work it out since this video is available to you on YouTube eight days a week! </span><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman;`>All that You will need ......Is Love, a pencil and workable listening skills. Ill take care of the rest. I recommend that you pause the video at the end of each step and hit the link in the video description to go to my cheat sheet for this video. It will definitely help you. Lets get started</span></span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/s720x720/297866_2216903154964_1619167147_32131203_919980007_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 1: Draw the three shapes that you see. Notice that the three shapes resemble a childs drawing of a car.</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc7/s720x720/293662_2216903714978_1619167147_32131204_149951242_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 2: Make the two crescent moon shapes that I just added.</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/s720x720/305062_2216903914983_1619167147_32131205_833518718_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 3: Make the nose shape. Notice that the length of the nose is equal with the height of the forehead</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/302551_2216932875707_1619167147_32131242_1124869328_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`717` height=`483` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Here is a close up.</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/s720x720/306344_2216904274992_1619167147_32131207_2023853761_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p>Step 4: Make the moustache and the mouth.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/s720x720/308219_2216904434996_1619167147_32131208_351897663_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 5: Add the details that I just added to the eyes. Be sure to notice their placement within the frames of the glasses.</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/309310_2216933275717_1619167147_32131243_237290733_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`725` height=`489` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Here is a close up.</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc7/s720x720/319111_2216904635001_1619167147_32131209_171384581_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p>Step 6: Observe and add the outline of John Lennon`s face. Stop at the chin.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/s720x720/311447_2216904835006_1619167147_32131210_338487753_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p>Step 7: Add the other side of John Lennon`s face and then add the `P` shape.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc7/s720x720/298007_2216905155014_1619167147_32131212_1599078444_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p>Step 8: Add John`s hair. But dont stress out if it`s not perfect. Just let it be!</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>   <script type=`text/javascript`>// <![CDATA[  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 728x90, created 5/25/10 */  google_ad_slot = `6501615489`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 90;  // ]]></script>  <script type=`text/javascript` src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js`>// <![CDATA[    // ]]></script>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td style=`text-align: center;`> <span style=`font-size: large;`>Supplies I Used For This Drawing</span></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>   <p> </p>  <form action=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/interactive` method=`get` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td valign=`top` width=`10%`>`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/222/06/22206-0159-2ww-m.jpg` alt=`15-Piece Drawing Set` border=`0` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>15-Piece Drawing Set</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Faber-Castell makes the best drawing pencils. These pencils are mixed with graphite and clay and enhance an artists ability to create and layer dark tones. You will see me use this set in almost all of my videos.  </span></p>  <hr /><input type=`hidden` name=`pid` value=`3724826` /> <input type=`hidden` name=`aid` value=`10495307` /> <input type=`hidden` name=`cjsku` value=`22206-0159` /> <input type=`hidden` name=`url` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/faber-castell-9000-pencils/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22206-0159-8888` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` border=`0` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.anrdoezrs.net/interactive` method=`get` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td valign=`top` width=`10%`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/204/43/20443-2061-1-2ww-m.jpg` alt=`Lyra Graphite Crayons` border=`0` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Lyra Graphite Crayons</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Do you ever get TIRED of shading with a fine `tip` pencil? 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These synthetic brushes collect particles of graphite as they are rubbed on a piece of paper. This enables me to softly move and blend tones. Most often I use the `Flat Size 10` brush but it helps to have a variety of sizes and shapes. </span></p>  <hr /><input type=`hidden` name=`pid` value=`3724826` /> <input type=`hidden` name=`aid` value=`10495307` /> <input type=`hidden` name=`cjsku` value=`05824-1010` /> <input type=`hidden` name=`sid` value=`2858963` /> <input type=`hidden` name=`url` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/robert-simmons-white-sable-brushes/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=05824-1010` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` />  <p> </p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` border=`0` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.kqzyfj.com/interactive` method=`get` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td valign=`top` width=`10%`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/228/66/22866-1059-2ww-m.jpg` alt=`Loew-Cornell Blending Stumps` border=`0` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Loew-Cornell Blending Stumps</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>- INVALUBLE tools for blending! These will cost you LESS than a trip on the subway (Less than 2 dollars) and enhance your shading capacity substantially! I like Leow-Cornell because the stump is more compact and the tips do not wear as easily as other brands. I use these tools in almost every one of my videos.</span></p>  <hr /><input type=`hidden` name=`pid` value=`3724826` /> <input type=`hidden` name=`aid` value=`10495307` /> <input type=`hidden` name=`cjsku` value=`22866-4014` /> <input type=`hidden` name=`sid` value=`2858963` /> <input type=`hidden` name=`url` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/loew-cornell-blending-stumps/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22866-4014` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` border=`0` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` method=`get` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td valign=`top` width=`10%`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/102/09/10209-OC3-m.jpg` alt=`Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper` border=`0` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>: Really, I DARE YOU, try to find a better value than this one! 500 sheets of 80LB (thick) drawing paper for $11.50. 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It mixes with both pencil and charcoal. Each stick measures 3` × ¼` × ¼` (76 mm × 6 mm × 6 mm).</span></p>  <hr /><input type=`hidden` name=`pid` value=`3724826` /> <input type=`hidden` name=`aid` value=`10495307` /> <input type=`hidden` name=`cjsku` value=`22921-1001` /> <input type=`hidden` name=`url` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/generals-white-charcoal/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22921-1001` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form><img src=`https://www.lduhtrp.net/image-3724826-10495307` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` border=`0` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table> How to Draw a Rose Step by Step. <table style=`width: 720px;` border=`1`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td><object style=`margin-right: auto; margin-left: auto; display: block;` width=`640` height=`390` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/lxzBH1rh7lw?version=3&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`><param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` /><param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` /><param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/lxzBH1rh7lw?version=3&hl=en_US` /><param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` /></object></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  <table style=`width: 720px;` border=`1`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc7/s720x720/311461_2174606937585_1619167147_32102014_879968852_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`353` height=`244` /></td>  <td>CLICK HERE</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> </td>  <td> </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  <table style=`width: 720px;` border=`1`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>   <script type=`text/javascript`>// <![CDATA[  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 728x90, created 5/25/10 */  google_ad_slot = `6501615489`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 90;  // ]]></script>  <script type=`text/javascript` src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js`>// <![CDATA[    // ]]></script>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/s720x720/307867_2173501509950_1619167147_32100766_996465932_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 1: Draw a long rectangular shape for the stem.</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/s720x720/313644_2173500309920_1619167147_32100763_264110437_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 2: Take a moment to observe the proportions of the new shapes that I added. Notice that the leaf to the right overlaps the stem. The two shapes on top are positioned more to the left hand side.</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/s720x720/303542_2173501869959_1619167147_32100769_1707080224_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 3: Now add the shapes for the bottom of the petals on the right hand side. Notice the U shape that is formed at the bottom of the rose. Notice that the upper shape on the right is slightly thicker than the upper shape on the left.</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/s720x720/303606_2173504070014_1619167147_32100779_1668945603_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 4: Use your imagination a bit and notice the slightly skewed egg shape above the shapes from the first three steps. Once you notice how it fits, draw it on your paper.</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/s720x720/320029_2173500789932_1619167147_32100764_463695180_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 5: Add the four shapes which I just added around the egg shape.</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/s720x720/296760_2173503029988_1619167147_32100777_23429994_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 6: Use your observation skills and add even more shapes to the center of your rose. Do not stress if your drawing does not look exactly like mine. In portraiture, you need a likeness, but you don`t need to be as exact when drawing a flower.</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc7/s720x720/304550_2173499789907_1619167147_32100761_1404872105_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 7: The same rule applies with step seven. Use your observation skills, but don`t stress extreme accuracy.</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td style=`text-align: center;`><span style=`font-size: large;`>The Supplies I Used</span></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc7/s720x720/301143_2174617497849_1619167147_32102021_1810857941_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`768` height=`524` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Prismacolor Pencils<img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10495307` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` border=`0` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` method=`get` target=`_top`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td valign=`top` width=`10%`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/205/08/20508-0484-2ww-m.jpg` alt=`Prismacolor Colored Pencils` border=`0` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Prismacolor Colored Pencils</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>Prismacolor Colored Pencils are the most popular colored pencils we sell. Each colored pencil features a thick, soft core made from brilliant, light-resistant pigments, to ensure smooth, rich laydown and color saturation. The colors are easily blended, slow to wear, break-resistant, and waterproof. Each 3.8 mm core is enclosed in a round cedar casing that is lacquered to match the core. Choose from a variety of sets — or replenish your favorites with the individual colored pencils listed below. Set contents are listed on the Item Specs tab of this page. Note — Set contents may occasionally vary from the colors listed. Note — Manual sharpening is recommended for these pencils. Clogging can be prevented in electric sharpeners by periodically sharpening a graphite pencil to keep the blades clean.</span></p>  <hr /><input type=`hidden` name=`pid` value=`3724826` /> <input type=`hidden` name=`aid` value=`10495307` /> <input type=`hidden` name=`cjsku` value=`20508-2409` /> <input type=`hidden` name=`sid` value=`2858963` /> <input type=`hidden` name=`url` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/prismacolor-colored-pencils/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=20508-2409` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form><img src=`https://www.lduhtrp.net/image-3724826-10495307` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` border=`0` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table> How to Draw Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) and Will Turner (Orlando Bloom) Step by Step: Pirates of the Caribbean. <table style=`width: 720px;` border=`1`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td> <object style=`margin-right: auto; margin-left: auto; display: block;` width=`640` height=`390` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/yI27r_zOjXE?version=3&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`><param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` /><param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` /><param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/yI27r_zOjXE?version=3&hl=en_US` /><param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` /></object></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p>Please note that I am executing this drawing in the dry brush painting technique. The paper is 300lb watercolor paper. Please scroll down to see all of the supplies that I used.</p>  <p> </p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/s720x720/302989_2134790902209_1619167147_32058190_6986506_n.jpg` alt=`how to draw johnny depp jack sparrow step by step` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 1: Cut a large piece of paper in to the dimensions 20 by 16 inches. Then make the two shapes that you see. These will become Capt. Jack Sparrow`s hat.</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/s720x720/303085_2134793342270_1619167147_32058205_3042228_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 2: Use the corners of the page as a reference and draw the shapes that you see. The circles are a part of his earring and the long shape is something that is stuck in his hair. I guess he left his shampoo in Davy Jones` locker.</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc7/s720x720/307238_2134795542325_1619167147_32058218_3689261_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 3: Add the shapes for the eyes.</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/s720x720/299003_2134799102414_1619167147_32058242_3309715_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 4: Closely observe the shapes that I added, then sketch in the eyes. Notice the dark regions above and below the eyes.</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/s720x720/296593_2134801542475_1619167147_32058256_1923345_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 5: Do the same thing for the mid face region. Notice that the shading at both the bottom of the nose and directly under the nose. Also, notice that the tip of the nose goes to the edge of the eye shape above it.</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/s720x720/299342_2134795982336_1619167147_32058222_3861751_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 6: This is by far the most difficult step. But, I want you to only focus on the placement of the mouth. Because the head is turned, the corners of the mouth do not line up with the centers of the eye. Use the knowlegdge that you have gained from my previous videos and break this difficult region down in to shapes.</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc7/s720x720/316578_2134799542425_1619167147_32058245_4738272_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 7: Complete the bottom of Sparrow`s face.</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/s720x720/305241_2134791862233_1619167147_32058195_4232627_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 8: Add the heart shape and the finger shape. Notice that the finger connects with the earring.</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc7/s720x720/308499_2134796462348_1619167147_32058224_3589964_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 9: Complete the hand shape.</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/s720x720/300169_2134798262393_1619167147_32058236_968165_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 10: Add the shapes around the hand.</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/s720x720/296968_2134800462448_1619167147_32058250_5187954_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 11: Add the shapes to the left of the hand. This will be Captain Jack`s gun.</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/s720x720/298002_2134802502499_1619167147_32058261_7284796_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 12: Draw in the shape for the body for Orlando Bloom`s character, Will Turner. Use the edges of the paper and the previous shapes to figure out the fit.</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/s720x720/315685_2134795102314_1619167147_32058215_57172_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 13: Add the shapes for Turner`s neck and chin.</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/s720x720/293131_2134798622402_1619167147_32058239_4175460_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 14: Complete the shape for Turner`s head.</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc7/s720x720/321213_2134802982511_1619167147_32058264_3079251_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 15: Draw the shapes for Turners eyes and nose. Notice that there is one eye length between his two eyes. Also, notice how close his eyes are to his eyebrows. Another tip that I will give you is that the nose is the same length as the forehead.....And it is also the same distance from the bottom of the nose to the chin.</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/s720x720/317679_2134792942260_1619167147_32058202_1011492_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 16: Add the mouth and the moustache.</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td style=`text-align: center;`>  <script type=`text/javascript`>// <![CDATA[  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 728x90, created 3/31/10 */  google_ad_slot = `0328825729`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 90;  // ]]></script>  <script type=`text/javascript` src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js`></script>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td style=`text-align: center;`>  <p> <span style=`font-size: large;`>MERRILL`S SUPPLY LIST: Jack Sparrow and Will Turner</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>- Bristle Brushes</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>- Mineral Spirits</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>- Black Oil Paint</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>- Watercolor Paper</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>- Charcoal</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>- Black and White Colored Pencils</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>- Prismacolor Art Stix Colorless Blender</span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> <form action=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/interactive` method=`get` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td valign=`top` width=`10%`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/059/10/05910-group1-2ww-m.jpg` alt=`Blick Studio Bristle Brushes` border=`0` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Blick Studio Bristle Brushes</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s opinion</strong>- Blick has the BEST PRICES for brushes by far. These are high quality brushes that you will see in my videos. 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This paper has many uses outsude of watercolor or dry brush painting. Use them also for drawing, calligraphy, gouache, printmaking, acrylics, and even digital printing. 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Bee Paper Aquabee Watercolor Paper Pads contain multiple sheets of a professional-quality paper that is versatile and receptive to all watercolor techniques. The sheets feature a well-sized , cold press surface that is archival, pH-neutral , and maintains maximum strength when wet.</span></p>  <hr /><input type=`hidden` name=`pid` value=`3724826` /> <input type=`hidden` name=`aid` value=`10495307` /> <input type=`hidden` name=`cjsku` value=`10092-1011` /> <input type=`hidden` name=`sid` value=`2858963` /> <input type=`hidden` name=`url` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/bee-paper-aquabee-watercolor-paper-pads/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=10092-1011` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` border=`0` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>   <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td valign=`top` width=`10%`><span style=`font-size: medium;`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/004/01/00401-group2ww-m.jpg` alt=`Gamblin Artist`s Oil Colors, Tubes` border=`0` /></span></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Gamblin Artist`s Oil Colors, Tubes</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>- I think that Gamblin is the best value in paint today. You will recieve high quality paint and you will not have to take out a loan from the bank, go on an all Ramen diet or sell a kidney to purchase it.</span></p>  <p> </p>  <hr />  <p> </p>  <input type=`hidden` name=`pid` value=`3724826` /> <input type=`hidden` name=`aid` value=`10495307` /> <input type=`hidden` name=`cjsku` value=`00401-2043` /> <input type=`hidden` name=`sid` value=`2858963` /> <input type=`hidden` name=`url` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/gamblin-artists-oil-colors-tubes/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=00401-2043` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  <hr />  <p> </p>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` method=`get` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td valign=`top` width=`10%`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/205/08/20508-7209-4-2ww-m.jpg` alt=`Prismacolor Colored Pencil Sets` border=`0` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Prismacolor Colored Pencil Sets</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>- Prismacolor Colored Pencils are unequaled, no other brand is CLOSE in quality. I am NOT picky about any other supply, but I am about these pencils. They are almost as blendable as paint and almost as opaque. You can do unparalelled detail work with these pencils. 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The blender is a wax stick made with the same binder as Prismacolor Colored Pencils. The blender blends the color flawlessly and creates gradual tonal and chromatic transitions. It is an invaluable tool! They measure 3¼` × ¼` (82 mm × 6 mm) and can be sharpened to a point for detailed work. </span></p>  <hr /><input type=`hidden` name=`pid` value=`3724826` /> <input type=`hidden` name=`aid` value=`10495307` /> <input type=`hidden` name=`cjsku` value=`20008-0000` /> <input type=`hidden` name=`sid` value=`2858963` /> <input type=`hidden` name=`url` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/prismacolor-art-stix/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=20008-0000` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` />  <p> </p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> <form action=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/interactive` method=`get` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td valign=`top` width=`10%`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/200/72/20072-2000-2ww-m.jpg` alt=`Coates Premium Artist`s Willow Charcoal` border=`0` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Coates Premium Artist`s Willow Charcoal</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>- Good charcoal.....`NUFF SAID!</span></p>  <hr /><input type=`hidden` name=`pid` value=`3724826` /> <input type=`hidden` name=`aid` value=`10495307` /> <input type=`hidden` name=`cjsku` value=`20072-2000` /> <input type=`hidden` name=`sid` value=`2858963` /> <input type=`hidden` name=`url` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/coates-premium-artists-willow-charcoal/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=20072-2000` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` />  <p> </p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` border=`0` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> <object style=`margin-right: auto; 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Be as precise as you can with the middle shape. The two outer shapes, which will be the hair are not as important. Use the borders of the page as a guide to help you with this step.</span></span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img src=`https://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/298757_2106713240285_1619167147_32023663_6892889_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; FONT-FAMILY: `><span style=`font-family: arial black,avant garde;`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 3: Do you want to know how I got these scars? Its from step three, which actually isnt that hard. Focus on the general placement of these shapes. Use the line that cuts through as a guide. Do not drive yourself crazy with all the details.</span></span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/223597_2106713360288_1619167147_32023664_5260402_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; FONT-FAMILY: `>  <p><span style=`font-family: arial black,avant garde;`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 4: Add the shape for Heath Ledger (Joker`s) nose.</span></span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/262876_2106713680296_1619167147_32023665_2354314_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; FONT-FAMILY: `><span style=`font-family: arial black,avant garde;`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 5: Add Joker`s face, but dont make it too long.</span></span></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc7/298350_2106714000304_1619167147_32023667_3791560_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; FONT-FAMILY: `><span style=`font-family: arial black,avant garde;`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 6: Add Jokers smile. Notice that it goes up to his eyes!!!!</span></span></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/185475_2106714120307_1619167147_32023668_6000778_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left`> <span style=`font-family: arial black,avant garde;`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 7: Add the shadow between his nose and his mouth. </span></span></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/298211_2106714280311_1619167147_32023669_7611448_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left`> <span style=`font-size: medium;`><span style=`font-family: arial black,avant garde;`>Step 8: Add the shoulders.</span></span></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/185390_2106714480316_1619167147_32023670_1802575_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left`><span style=`font-size: medium;`><span style=`font-family: arial black,avant garde;`>Step 9: Add the eyes. Focus more on the PLACEMENT of the eyes rather than the shape!</span></span></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc7/300434_2106714640320_1619167147_32023672_7872498_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left`><span style=`font-size: medium;`><span style=`font-family: arial black,avant garde;`> Step 10: Add some details to his clothing.</span></span></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p> </p>  <form action=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`>`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/222/06/22206-0159-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`15-Piece Drawing Set` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>15-Piece Drawing Set</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Faber-Castell makes the best drawing pencils. These pencils are mixed with graphite and clay and enhance an artists ability to create and layer dark tones. You will see me use this set in almost all of my videos.  </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22206-0159` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/faber-castell-9000-pencils/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22206-0159-8888` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.anrdoezrs.net/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/204/43/20443-2061-1-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Lyra Graphite Crayons` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Lyra Graphite Crayons</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Do you ever get TIRED of shading with a fine `tip` pencil? Get my `point`? This tool will save you time and money.</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>Click `MORE` to see me use this product in a video-</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`20443-2091` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/lyra-graphite-crayons/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=20443-2091` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/050/80/05080-9002-2-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Robert Simmons White Sable Brushes` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Robert Simmons White Sable Brushes</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>: Robert Simmons brushes get better with age. These synthetic brushes collect particles of graphite as they are rubbed on a piece of paper. This enables me to softly move and blend tones. Most often I use the `Flat Size 10` brush but it helps to have a variety of sizes and shapes. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`05824-1010` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/robert-simmons-white-sable-brushes/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=05824-1010` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` />  <p> </p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.kqzyfj.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/228/66/22866-1059-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Loew-Cornell Blending Stumps` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Loew-Cornell Blending Stumps</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>- INVALUBLE tools for blending! These will cost you LESS than a trip on the subway (Less than 2 dollars) and enhance your shading capacity substantially! I like Leow-Cornell because the stump is more compact and the tips do not wear as easily as other brands. I use these tools in almost every one of my videos.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22866-4014` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/loew-cornell-blending-stumps/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22866-4014` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/102/09/10209-OC3-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>: Really, I DARE YOU, try to find a better value than this one! 500 sheets of 80LB (thick) drawing paper for $11.50. AMAZING DEAL!......If you use computer paper to create your drawings, you are ROBBING yourself from seeing what you can really do! This paper has more `tooth` (texture on the surface) than computer paper and your ability to shade will be enhanced. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`10209-1033` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/blick-white-sulphite-drawing-paper/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=10209-1033` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.dpbolvw.net/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/200/72/20072-1000-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Coates Premium Artist`s Willow Charcoal` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Coates Premium Artist`s Willow Charcoal</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>Merrill`s Opinion- I use this to block in large areas such as hair. This product can be combined with drawing pencils.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`20072-1000` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/coates-premium-artists-willow-charcoal/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=20072-1000` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form><img src=`https://www.tqlkg.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /> <form action=`https://www.dpbolvw.net/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/229/21/22921-1001-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`General`s White Charcoal` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>General`s White Charcoal</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>Merrill`s Opinion- I use this to add highlights at the end of a drawing. It mixes with both pencil and charcoal. Each stick measures 3` × ¼` × ¼` (76 mm × 6 mm × 6 mm).</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22921-1001` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/generals-white-charcoal/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22921-1001` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form><img src=`https://www.lduhtrp.net/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/296593_2106743921052_1619167147_32023692_5879848_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`643` height=`362` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc7/294268_2106744121057_1619167147_32023694_7511201_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`640` height=`360` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc7/293308_2106715120332_1619167147_32023673_5350491_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/297778_2106715400339_1619167147_32023674_656721_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/291915_2106715520342_1619167147_32023675_2496136_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc7/297263_2106715800349_1619167147_32023676_4214400_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/297409_2106716160358_1619167147_32023677_626785_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc7/294318_2106716440365_1619167147_32023678_6204096_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/262948_2106716640370_1619167147_32023679_554696_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`515` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/295872_2106719040430_1619167147_32023680_4202993_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`723` height=`430` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table> How to Draw Bob Marley Step by Step. <table style=`width: 720px;` border=`1` align=`center`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td style=`text-align: center;`>  <p>  <object width=`640` height=`510` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/oT8quauKkbI?version=3&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/oT8quauKkbI?version=3&hl=en_US` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 728x90, created 3/31/10 */  google_ad_slot = `0328825729`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 90;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/185374_2091495899861_1619167147_32001698_3893506_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 1: Draw the shape that you see. Really it is two shapes, Bob Marley`s silhouette and the background. These shapes do not have to be perfect in order for this portrait to be successful.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/263329_2091496219869_1619167147_32001699_1939545_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 2: Draw the M shape that I just added, Notice where it intersects with the shape from step one.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img src=`https://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/283851_2091496339872_1619167147_32001700_6898160_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 3: Add the shapes for the collar on his shirt.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/281346_2091496739882_1619167147_32001702_8133909_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 4: Add the shape for the neck. It kind of looks like a cat`s head.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/224413_2091496899886_1619167147_32001703_922851_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 5: Add the shape for Bob Marleys face. Notice the tilt of his head and the placement within the hair shape and above the cat`s head shape from the previous step.</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/281572_2091497059890_1619167147_32001704_1531983_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img src=`https://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/205993_2091497259895_1619167147_32001705_6855876_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` />Step 6: Add in the shapes for the eyes. Here is a close up.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/198800_2091497419899_1619167147_32001706_4055416_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/284590_2091497499901_1619167147_32001707_968495_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 7: Add in the shape for the nose. The other shapes surrounding the nose are shadow lines and facial hair. All together, this shape sort of resembles a crab.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/283098_2091497619904_1619167147_32001708_2796606_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/281458_2091497739907_1619167147_32001709_7257629_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 8: Add the four shapes for the mouth. Notice that the top two are slightly bigger than the bottom two.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/283881_2091498299921_1619167147_32001712_3188179_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 9: Draw in the shape for the eyes. Take some extra time to observe where each shape falls within the eye shape.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/185421_2091498699931_1619167147_32001716_5219510_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 10: Draw in the shape for the teeth. There are 8 teeth visible. Notice the dark values in the corner of the mouth.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/282438_2091498939937_1619167147_32001717_3920025_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 11: Add the shapes in to the hair and in to the clothing. Don`t stress, these shapes do not have to be super accurate.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img src=`https://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/185552_2093221462999_1619167147_32003709_5667078_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`640` height=`360` /></p>  <p>Step 12: Partially erase the lines from step 11. We are going to use charcoal and the dry brush technique. Dark pencil lines will show through.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td style=`text-align: center;`>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 728x90, created 3/31/10 */  google_ad_slot = `0328825729`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 90;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center`>  <p> <span style=`font-size: large;`>MERRILL`S SUPPLY LIST: BOB MARLEY</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>- Bristle Brushes</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>- Mineral Spirits</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>- Black Oil Paint</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>- Watercolor Paper</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>- Charcoal</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>- Black and White Colored Pencils</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>- Prismacolor Art Stix Colorless Blender</span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <form action=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/059/10/05910-group1-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Blick Studio Bristle Brushes` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Blick Studio Bristle Brushes</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s opinion</strong>- Blick has the BEST PRICES for brushes by far. These are high quality brushes that you will see in my videos. They last a long time if you take care of them.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`05915-1006` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/blick-studio-bristle-brushes/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=05915-1006` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form><img src=`https://www.tqlkg.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/069/09/06909-1005-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Silicoil Brush Cleaning Tank` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Silicoil Brush Cleaning Tank</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>- A very useful tool which separates the used particles of paint on your brush from your paint brush. The used particles are filtered through the coils and fall to the bottom.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`06909-1005` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/silicoil-brush-cleaning-tank/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=06909-1005` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form><img src=`https://www.tqlkg.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><form action=`https://www.dpbolvw.net/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/004/42/00442-1006-1-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Turpenoid` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Turpenoid</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>- It is a LOT cheaper to go to the local hardware store and buy mineral spirits. I am only listing this for the LAZY! :)</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`00442-1006` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/weber-oil-mediums/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=00442-1006` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form><img src=`https://www.tqlkg.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><form action=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/100/74/10074-1370-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Arches Watercolor Paper` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Arches Watercolor Paper</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>- This is the best value if you wish to purchase individual sheets of watercolor paper for dry brush painting. This paper has many uses outsude of watercolor or dry brush painting. Use them also for drawing, calligraphy, gouache, printmaking, acrylics, and even digital printing. Manufactured from pure cotton fiber, they are so durable that they will remain beautiful and vibrant for centuries without conservation, if stored and handled properly. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`10011-1008` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/arches-watercolor-paper/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=10011-1008` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` />  <p> </p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><form action=`https://www.dpbolvw.net/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/100/10/10010-1003-2-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Bee Paper Aquabee Watercolor Paper Pads` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Bee Paper Aquabee Watercolor Paper Pads</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>- This is a good value if you wish to buy pads of watercolor paper. Bee Paper Aquabee Watercolor Paper Pads contain multiple sheets of a professional-quality paper that is versatile and receptive to all watercolor techniques. The sheets feature a well-sized , cold press surface that is archival, pH-neutral , and maintains maximum strength when wet.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`10092-1011` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/bee-paper-aquabee-watercolor-paper-pads/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=10092-1011` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>   <p>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><span style=`font-size: medium;`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/004/01/00401-group2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Gamblin Artist`s Oil Colors, Tubes` /></span></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Gamblin Artist`s Oil Colors, Tubes</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>- I think that Gamblin is the best value in paint today. You will recieve high quality paint and you will not have to take out a loan from the bank, go on an all Ramen diet or sell a kidney to purchase it.</span></p>  <p> </p>  <hr />  <p> </p>  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`00401-2043` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/gamblin-artists-oil-colors-tubes/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=00401-2043` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <hr />  <p> </p>  <p><form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/205/08/20508-7209-4-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Prismacolor Colored Pencil Sets` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Prismacolor Colored Pencil Sets</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>- Prismacolor Colored Pencils are unequaled, no other brand is CLOSE in quality. I am NOT picky about any other supply, but I am about these pencils. They are almost as blendable as paint and almost as opaque. You can do unparalelled detail work with these pencils. They mix with oil paint and many other art media.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`20508-7209` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/prismacolor-colored-pencil-sets/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=20508-7209` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/200/08/20008-0129-3-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Prismacolor Art Stix` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Prismacolor Art Stix</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>- I ONLY use the Prismacolor Art Stix colorless blender. i dont really use the other sticks (Stix) too often. I prefer the thinner color pencils for my detail work. The blender is a wax stick made with the same binder as Prismacolor Colored Pencils. The blender blends the color flawlessly and creates gradual tonal and chromatic transitions. It is an invaluable tool! They measure 3¼` × ¼` (82 mm × 6 mm) and can be sharpened to a point for detailed work. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`20008-0000` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/prismacolor-art-stix/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=20008-0000` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` />  <p> </p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <form action=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/200/72/20072-2000-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Coates Premium Artist`s Willow Charcoal` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Coates Premium Artist`s Willow Charcoal</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>- Good charcoal.....`NUFF SAID!</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`20072-2000` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/coates-premium-artists-willow-charcoal/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=20072-2000` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` />  <p> </p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center`> <span style=`font-size: large;`>Extended Shading Tutorial to be posted Friday</span></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> <img title=`drybrush dry brush painting bob marley step by step` src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/281610_2093238383422_1619167147_32003717_2545793_n.jpg` alt=`drybrush dry brush painting bob marley step by step` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`portrait of bob marley kazanjianm merrill kazanjian` src=`https://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/281733_2093238543426_1619167147_32003718_3668355_n.jpg` alt=`portrait of bob marley kazanjianm merrill kazanjian` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`charcoal artist step by step bob marley` src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/228996_2093238703430_1619167147_32003719_1687280_n.jpg` alt=`charcoal artist portrait bob marley` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`Drawing of bob marley dry brush` src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/285144_2093238903435_1619167147_32003720_4466528_n.jpg` alt=`Drawing of bob marley dry brush` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`color pencil prismacolor artist merrill kazanjian highlights` src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/185318_2093239143441_1619167147_32003722_466421_n.jpg` alt=`color pencil prismacolor artist merrill kazanjian highlights` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`kazanjianm merrill kazanjian portrait tutorial video` src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/229623_2093239343446_1619167147_32003723_4333189_n.jpg` alt=`kazanjianm merrill kazanjian portrait tutorial video` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`drawing and painting video tutorials by merrill kazanjian` src=`https://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/283255_2093239423448_1619167147_32003724_6756350_n.jpg` alt=`drawing and painting video tutorials by merrill kazanjian` width=`721` height=`433` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`> </td>  <p>  </p> How to Paint James Hetfield Step by Step (Dry Brush Painting). <p>  <table border=`0` align=`center`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <object width=`853` height=`510` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/5kAAErTo1SU?version=3&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/5kAAErTo1SU?version=3&hl=en_US` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <table style=`width: 720px;` border=`1`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/281657_2078510295229_1619167147_31982099_8029684_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`535` height=`720` /></p>  <p>Step 1: Draw the shape that you see. It sort of looks like a caption cloud.</p>  </td>  <td>  <p><img src=`https://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/226172_2078510535235_1619167147_31982100_3139066_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`535` height=`720` /></p>  <p>Step 2: Add the four shapes that you see for the eyes and eyebrows. Notice how they fit in to the shape from step one.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/282014_2078510815242_1619167147_31982101_3524465_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`535` height=`720` /></p>  <p>Step 3: Add the trapezoidal shape. The bottom of this shape will be the mouth line.</p>  <p> </p>  </td>  <td>  <p><img src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/262434_2078511015247_1619167147_31982102_3104219_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`535` height=`720` /></p>  <p>Step 4: is not as tricky as it looks. The mouth and the moustache make a mushroom shape and the nose connects the eye shape to the mushroom shape. The space in between the two shapes is for a shadow.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/224486_2078511135250_1619167147_31982103_7902513_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`535` height=`720` /></p>  <p>Step 5: Add the shape for the top of the hair. If this was the 1980`s you would need bigger paper.</p>  </td>  <td>  <p><img src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/282558_2078511295254_1619167147_31982104_2892590_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`535` height=`720` /></p>  <p>Step 6: No! That`s not hard! It all depends on how you look at it......(scroll down to next image)</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img src=`https://hphotos-sjc1.fbcdn.net/281263_2078511455258_1619167147_31982105_5714511_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`535` height=`720` /></p>  <p>YOUR`E WELCOME!!! :)</p>  </td>  <td>  <p><img src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/283081_2078511615262_1619167147_31982106_2357322_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`535` height=`720` /></p>  <p>Step 7: Draw the other hand.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/250262_2078511895269_1619167147_31982107_3859960_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`535` height=`720` /></p>  <p>Step 8: Draw the shirt line.</p>  <p> </p>  </td>  <td>  <p><img src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/223196_2078512015272_1619167147_31982108_1142749_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`535` height=`720` /></p>  <p>Step 9: Complete the shape of the head and add the C shape for the ear. Use the eye shape as a guide to where she C shape is drawn.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/284970_2078512775291_1619167147_31982110_1089749_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`535` height=`720` /></p>  <p>Step 10: Add the highlight shape by the mouth.</p>  <p>Step 11: Is the trickiest shape. Here is a close up to help you. Spend some extra time to observe the placement of each shape and then draw.</p>  </td>  <td>  <p><img src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/283043_2078513095299_1619167147_31982112_1720566_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`535` height=`720` /></p>  <p>Step 12: Is optional. If you wish, add the shading for the hand. Know that the placement of this shading does not have to be perfect.</p>  <p> </p>  <p> </p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  <table style=`width: 720px;` border=`1`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <p><span style=`font-size: large;`>MERRILL`S SUPPLY LIST: James Hetfield</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>- Bristle Brushes</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>- Mineral Spirits</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>- Black Oil Paint</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>- Watercolor Paper</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>- Black and White Colored Pencils</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium`>- Kneaded Eraser</span></p>  </td>  <td style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center`>  <p> </p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <form action=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/059/10/05910-group1-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Blick Studio Bristle Brushes` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Blick Studio Bristle Brushes</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s opinion</strong>- Blick has the BEST PRICES for brushes by far. These are high quality brushes that you will see in my videos. They last a long time if you take care of them.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`05915-1006` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/blick-studio-bristle-brushes/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=05915-1006` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form><img src=`https://www.tqlkg.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/069/09/06909-1005-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Silicoil Brush Cleaning Tank` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Silicoil Brush Cleaning Tank</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>- A very useful tool which separates the used particles of paint on your brush from your paint brush. The used particles are filtered through the coils and fall to the bottom.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`06909-1005` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/silicoil-brush-cleaning-tank/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=06909-1005` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form><img src=`https://www.tqlkg.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><form action=`https://www.dpbolvw.net/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/004/42/00442-1006-1-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Turpenoid` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Turpenoid</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>- It is a LOT cheaper to go to the local hardware store and buy mineral spirits. I am only listing this for the LAZY! :)</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`00442-1006` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/weber-oil-mediums/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=00442-1006` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form><img src=`https://www.tqlkg.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><form action=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/100/74/10074-1370-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Arches Watercolor Paper` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Arches Watercolor Paper</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>- This is the best value if you wish to purchase individual sheets of watercolor paper for dry brush painting. This paper has many uses outsude of watercolor or dry brush painting. Use them also for drawing, calligraphy, gouache, printmaking, acrylics, and even digital printing. Manufactured from pure cotton fiber, they are so durable that they will remain beautiful and vibrant for centuries without conservation, if stored and handled properly. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`10011-1008` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/arches-watercolor-paper/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=10011-1008` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` />  <p> </p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><form action=`https://www.dpbolvw.net/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/100/10/10010-1003-2-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Bee Paper Aquabee Watercolor Paper Pads` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Bee Paper Aquabee Watercolor Paper Pads</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>- This is a good value if you wish to buy pads of watercolor paper. Bee Paper Aquabee Watercolor Paper Pads contain multiple sheets of a professional-quality paper that is versatile and receptive to all watercolor techniques. The sheets feature a well-sized , cold press surface that is archival, pH-neutral , and maintains maximum strength when wet.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`10092-1011` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/bee-paper-aquabee-watercolor-paper-pads/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=10092-1011` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>   <p>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><span style=`font-size: medium;`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/004/01/00401-group2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Gamblin Artist`s Oil Colors, Tubes` /></span></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Gamblin Artist`s Oil Colors, Tubes</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>- I think that Gamblin is the best value in paint today. You will recieve high quality paint and you will not have to take out a loan from the bank, go on an all Ramen diet or sell a kidney to purchase it.</span></p>  <p> </p>  <hr />  <p> </p>  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`00401-2043` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/gamblin-artists-oil-colors-tubes/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=00401-2043` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <hr />  <p> </p>  <p><form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/205/08/20508-7209-4-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Prismacolor Colored Pencil Sets` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Prismacolor Colored Pencil Sets</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>- Prismacolor Colored Pencils are unequaled, no other brand is CLOSE in quality. I am NOT picky about any other supply, but I am about these pencils. They are almost as blendable as paint and almost as opaque. You can do unparalelled detail work with these pencils. 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Notice their size and placement in relation to the edges of this piece of paper.</span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`draw lil wayne 2` src=`https://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/262830_2060962336541_1619167147_31957035_5055267_n.jpg` alt=`draw lil wayne 2` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 2: Add in the hair shape. Hair moves constantly so the placement of these shapes do not have to be perfect. Try to focus more on the trapezoidal shape in between the two hair shapes.</span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`draw lil wayne 3` src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/229745_2060962536546_1619167147_31957036_2788987_n.jpg` alt=`draw lil wayne 3` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 3: Is one of the more difficult steos. Try to take your time and observe its placement and its subtleties. Notice that the fist is like a square shape tilted to the side on top of a triangle shape.</span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`draw lil wayne 4` src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/285270_2060962616548_1619167147_31957037_3761855_n.jpg` alt=`draw lil wayne 4` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 4: Add the two shapes for the shoulders.</span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`draw lil wayne 5` src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/281345_2060962736551_1619167147_31957039_327194_n.jpg` alt=`draw lil wayne 5` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 5: Add the shapes for the eyes and the tear drops. </span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`draw lil wayne 6` src=`https://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/198720_2060962936556_1619167147_31957040_3943536_n.jpg` alt=`draw lil wayne 6` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 6: Add the two shapes for the nose and the shadow below the nose. </span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`draw lil wayne 7` src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/188384_2060963016558_1619167147_31957041_6503809_n.jpg` alt=`draw lil wayne 7` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 7: Add the three shapes for the mouth. The third shape on the top is a highlight above the lip.</span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`draw lil wayne 8` src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/282035_2060963096560_1619167147_31957042_4478125_n.jpg` alt=`draw lil wayne 8` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 8: Add the shapes to the hair. The most important of these shapes is the ear and earring on your right side. Also, be sure to add the double line for his chain.</span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`draw lil wayne 9` src=`https://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/189259_2060963496570_1619167147_31957045_7514454_n.jpg` alt=`draw lil wayne 9` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 9: Take extra time on this step. It is very important for the likeness. Lil Wayne has very complex eyes. Try to see each shape and where it fits in to the bigger shape. </span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`draw lil wayne 10` src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/206040_2060963816578_1619167147_31957046_3442081_n.jpg` alt=`draw lil wayne 10` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 10: Now its time to make his 4,335 tattoos. Lil Wayne has more ink than a pen factory. Dont stress out while doing these. Not even I drew each one correctly.</span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`draw lil wayne 11` src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/229715_2060963896580_1619167147_31957047_7108343_n.jpg` alt=`draw lil wayne 11` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 11: More tattoos coming your way. Draw in the letters B and Y and improvise around the armpit. </span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`draw lil wayne 12` src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/284635_2060963976582_1619167147_31957048_837903_n.jpg` alt=`draw lil wayne 12` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 12:Thats a glowing bird to the left. If you dont like glowing birds, improvise. </span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`draw lil wayne 13` src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/283530_2060964176587_1619167147_31957049_6109554_n.jpg` alt=`draw lil wayne 13` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 13: I think thats the word concrete written across his hand. If its not, I apologize Lil Wayne.</span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`draw lil wayne 14` src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/229675_2060964376592_1619167147_31957050_2194572_n.jpg` alt=`draw lil wayne 14` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 14: Make some squiggley thingeys on his neck. Every rapper needs at least one squiggley thingey tattoo.</span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`draw lil wayne 15` src=`https://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/225640_2060964536596_1619167147_31957051_3131210_n.jpg` alt=`draw lil wayne 15` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 15: I think those are dominoes on his left arm. His bodyguards would not let me shoot him with a tranquilizer dart, so I am not sure. Unless if you are a Lil Wayne historian, draw what you see or write your own subliminal message. </span></p>  <p> </p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>  <script type=`text/javascript`>// <![CDATA[  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 728x90, created 3/31/10 */  google_ad_slot = `0328825729`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 90;  // ]]></script>  <script type=`text/javascript` src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js`></script>  </span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>   <p> </p>  <form action=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/interactive` method=`get` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td valign=`top` width=`10%`>`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/222/06/22206-0159-2ww-m.jpg` alt=`15-Piece Drawing Set` border=`0` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>15-Piece Drawing Set</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Faber-Castell makes the best drawing pencils. These pencils are mixed with graphite and clay and enhance an artists ability to create and layer dark tones. You will see me use this set in almost all of my videos.  </span></p>  <hr /><input type=`hidden` name=`pid` value=`3724826` /> <input type=`hidden` name=`aid` value=`10495307` /> <input type=`hidden` name=`cjsku` value=`22206-0159` /> <input type=`hidden` name=`url` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/faber-castell-9000-pencils/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22206-0159-8888` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` border=`0` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.anrdoezrs.net/interactive` method=`get` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td valign=`top` width=`10%`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/204/43/20443-2061-1-2ww-m.jpg` alt=`Lyra Graphite Crayons` border=`0` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Lyra Graphite Crayons</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Do you ever get TIRED of shading with a fine `tip` pencil? 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These synthetic brushes collect particles of graphite as they are rubbed on a piece of paper. This enables me to softly move and blend tones. 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These will cost you LESS than a trip on the subway (Less than 2 dollars) and enhance your shading capacity substantially! I like Leow-Cornell because the stump is more compact and the tips do not wear as easily as other brands. I use these tools in almost every one of my videos.</span></p>  <hr /><input type=`hidden` name=`pid` value=`3724826` /> <input type=`hidden` name=`aid` value=`10495307` /> <input type=`hidden` name=`cjsku` value=`22866-4014` /> <input type=`hidden` name=`sid` value=`2858963` /> <input type=`hidden` name=`url` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/loew-cornell-blending-stumps/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22866-4014` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` border=`0` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` method=`get` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td valign=`top` width=`10%`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/102/09/10209-OC3-m.jpg` alt=`Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper` border=`0` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>: Really, I DARE YOU, try to find a better value than this one! 500 sheets of 80LB (thick) drawing paper for $11.50. 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It mixes with both pencil and charcoal. 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I broke a stick and used the side to block in the masses for the hair. <a onclick=`yt.www.watch.player.seekTo(0*60+55);return false;` href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkT748cHpeo`>0:55</a> There is a shadow that stretches across his neck. You can slightly see both sides of the neck. Under the lips is very dark. <a onclick=`yt.www.watch.player.seekTo(1*60+24);return false;` href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkT748cHpeo`>1:24</a> Notice that I used a dry paper towel to blend the background (as well as the brush). <a onclick=`yt.www.watch.player.seekTo(1*60+40);return false;` href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkT748cHpeo`>1:40</a>- I am now adding pencil hatching directly above the charcoal. <a onclick=`yt.www.watch.player.seekTo(2*60+01);return false;` href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkT748cHpeo`>2:01</a> To me, it is important to hatch over the charcoal, to UNIFY the surface of the drawing..... HUH? What do you mean?- Charcoal is MATTE (Not shiny) and pencil is SHINY. -Charcoal MOVES and pencil is STABLE (doesn`t move) <a onclick=`yt.www.watch.player.seekTo(2*60+26);return false;` href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkT748cHpeo`>2:26</a> I am now using a graphite stick. Graphite sticks are really just BIG PENCILS!!!!! They come in different tones like drawing pencils (HB, 2B, 4B, 8B, etc.) <a onclick=`yt.www.watch.player.seekTo(2*60+51);return false;` href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkT748cHpeo`>2:51</a>- Notice that I am holding my drawing in place with a paper towel in my hand. Try not to let your hands touch the surface of the paper (I always struggle with that. <a onclick=`yt.www.watch.player.seekTo(2*60+51);return false;` href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkT748cHpeo`>2:51</a> I don`t like to fasten my drawing with tape because I usually shade my background and the tape leaves white triangles in the corners where the tape was.....Maybe someone could give ME a tip on that!!!! <a onclick=`yt.www.watch.player.seekTo(3*60+38);return false;` href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkT748cHpeo`>3:38</a> Eventually, the hair, the eyes, the area under the mouth and the area under the hands will be the darkest in tone. <a onclick=`yt.www.watch.player.seekTo(4*60+03);return false;` href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkT748cHpeo`>4:03</a> The paper under my hand prevents my hand from touching the paper surface of the drawing. <a onclick=`yt.www.watch.player.seekTo(3*60+52);return false;` href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkT748cHpeo`>3:52</a> Look at the C shape around the eye. <a onclick=`yt.www.watch.player.seekTo(4*60+03);return false;` href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkT748cHpeo`>4:03</a> Also, notice once again, I laid the initial tones down in charcoal, and followed it with pencil hatching. I am using a CHEAP mechanical pencil now because it has thinner graphite, which helps me do detail work. <a onclick=`yt.www.watch.player.seekTo(4*60+23);return false;` href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkT748cHpeo`>4:23</a> I am using the blending stump now.......and getting PISSED OFF!!!!!! The reason I am mad is because I made the mistake to put a piece of cardboard under the surface of my drawing (look at the dots in the background and on his face).....I gave Weezy Chicken Pocks!!!!! Argh! You`ll see me remove the cardboard soon. <a onclick=`yt.www.watch.player.seekTo(5*60+00);return false;` href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkT748cHpeo`>5:00</a> The top lip will be darker than the bottom one. Don`t forget to leave the highlight over the top lip. <a onclick=`yt.www.watch.player.seekTo(5*60+13);return false;` href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkT748cHpeo`>5:13</a> The shape under the nose (the nostrils) is not one tone. It is a complex shadow. The shadow under the neck is even more complex! <a onclick=`yt.www.watch.player.seekTo(5*60+58);return false;` href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkT748cHpeo`>5:58</a> Our ultimate goal when we shade a drawing is to eliminate lines and maintain the likeness. <a onclick=`yt.www.watch.player.seekTo(6*60+28);return false;` href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkT748cHpeo`>6:28</a>- Eyebrows are never one solid tone, they are always darker towards the center of the face. The one exception is when a girl wears make up and darkens her eyebrows in to one tone. <a onclick=`yt.www.watch.player.seekTo(7*60+00);return false;` href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkT748cHpeo`>7:00</a> Notice that I erased most of the original lines from the step by step. <a onclick=`yt.www.watch.player.seekTo(7*60+50);return false;` href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkT748cHpeo`>7:50</a> I am breaking the rules a bit and using a prismacolor black colored pencil for super dark tones. <a onclick=`yt.www.watch.player.seekTo(8*60+11);return false;` href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkT748cHpeo`>8:11</a> At this point, I only used the Prisma Black on one eye. Look at the difference. <a onclick=`yt.www.watch.player.seekTo(8*60+33);return false;` href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkT748cHpeo`>8:33</a> The hat will be lighter than the background and darker than the highlights on the face <a onclick=`yt.www.watch.player.seekTo(9*60+53);return false;` href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkT748cHpeo`>9:53</a> Have some fun with the tattoos! Know that I did not get them perfectly. Just mess around and practice your tones. <a onclick=`yt.www.watch.player.seekTo(11*60+13);return false;` href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkT748cHpeo`>11:13</a> Don`t get too complex with the shading of the hand. Focus on rounding the edges ar first. The spaces between the fingers are going to be dark. <a onclick=`yt.www.watch.player.seekTo(11*60+32);return false;` href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkT748cHpeo`>11:32</a> The edges of the arm are going to be dark. DO NOT outline though!!!! Hatch (Cross hatching is adding line next to line next to line) and blend. <a onclick=`yt.www.watch.player.seekTo(12*60+02);return false;` href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkT748cHpeo`>12:02</a> Highlight at the top of each shoulder. Use your kneaded eraser. <a onclick=`yt.www.watch.player.seekTo(12*60+25);return false;` href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkT748cHpeo`>12:25</a> His chain can be carved out with an eraser. <a onclick=`yt.www.watch.player.seekTo(13*60+09);return false;` href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkT748cHpeo`>13:09</a>- Create a highlight on the upper tip of the hand. <a onclick=`yt.www.watch.player.seekTo(14*60+01);return false;` href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkT748cHpeo`>14:01</a> To finish, I enhanced a few of the highlights with a white Conti Crayon.</p>       </div>           <div id=`watch-description-extras`>     <h4>Category:</h4>  </div>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>   <p style=`text-align: center;`><img title=`draw rapper lil wayne step by step ` src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/282510_2061062259039_1619167147_31957209_6373940_n.jpg` alt=`draw rapper lil wayne step by step ` width=`640` height=`360` /></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p style=`text-align: center;`><img title=`draw rapper lil wayne step by step ` src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/206084_2061062499045_1619167147_31957211_7770229_n.jpg` alt=`draw rapper lil wayne step by step ` /></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td style=`text-align: center;`><img title=`draw rapper lil wayne step by step ` src=`https://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/285574_2061062619048_1619167147_31957212_749065_n.jpg` alt=`draw rapper lil wayne step by step ` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td style=`text-align: center;`><img title=`draw rapper lil wayne step by step ` src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/206105_2061062699050_1619167147_31957213_1670084_n.jpg` alt=`draw rapper lil wayne step by step ` width=`640` height=`360` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td style=`text-align: center;`><img title=`draw rapper lil wayne step by step ` src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/282124_2061062859054_1619167147_31957215_1552094_n.jpg` alt=`draw rapper lil wayne step by step ` width=`640` height=`360` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td style=`text-align: center;`><img title=`draw rapper weezy step by step` src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/281920_2061062939056_1619167147_31957216_2707888_n.jpg` alt=`draw rapper weezy step by step` width=`640` height=`360` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td style=`text-align: center;`><img title=`draw hip hop star lil wayne step by step pencil drawing` src=`https://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/254604_2061063059059_1619167147_31957217_7053532_n.jpg` alt=`draw hip hop star lil wayne step by step pencil drawing` width=`640` height=`360` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td style=`text-align: center;`><img title=`draw lil wayne in pencil step by step` src=`https://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/228908_2061063219063_1619167147_31957219_5939835_n.jpg` alt=`draw lil wayne in pencil step by step` width=`640` height=`360` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td style=`text-align: center;`><img title=`draw lil wayne step by step merrill kazanjian kazanjianm` src=`https://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/284202_2061063339066_1619167147_31957220_6482810_n.jpg` alt=`draw lil wayne step by step merrill kazanjian kazanjianm` width=`640` height=`360` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td style=`text-align: center;`><img title=`draw weezy lil wayne` src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/252160_2061063459069_1619167147_31957221_5795616_n.jpg` alt=`draw weezy` width=`640` height=`360` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td style=`text-align: center;`><img title=`lil wayne rapper` src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/281843_2061063579072_1619167147_31957223_6869147_n.jpg` alt=`lil wayne rapper` width=`640` height=`360` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>   <p style=`text-align: center;`><img title=`pencil drawing of lil wayne` src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/284707_2061063779077_1619167147_31957224_4963507_n.jpg` alt=`pencil drawing of lil wayne` width=`640` height=`360` /></p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table> How to Draw a Couple Holding Hands. <p>  <table border=`0` align=`center`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <object width=`640` height=`390` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/taEl8o1Cmeo?version=3&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/taEl8o1Cmeo?version=3&hl=en_US` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <table style=`background-color: #906f72; width: 720px;` border=`0` align=`center`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 728x90, created 5/25/10 */  google_ad_slot = `6501615489`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 90;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> <img title=`draw holding hands 1` src=`https://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/268273_2043096609909_1619167147_31933378_6169843_n.jpg` alt=`draw holding hands 1` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 1: Draw an oval and two tree stump shapes.</span><br /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`draw couple holding hands 2` src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/281256_2043099209974_1619167147_31933379_969414_n.jpg` alt=`draw couple holding hands 2` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 2: Draw the fist shape. Be sure to notice its placement within the oval shape.</span></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`draw couple holding hands 3` src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/271133_2043101530032_1619167147_31933381_7396048_n.jpg` alt=`draw couple holding hands 3` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 3: Draw the shape that I just added. Notice that it looks like a cartoon face from profile view. Also notice that a part of this shape goes outside the oval shape.<br /></span></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`draw couple holding hands 4` src=`https://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/270364_2043101690036_1619167147_31933383_1082107_n.jpg` alt=`draw couple holding hands 4` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 4: Add the upside down rainbow shape, between the two shapes from the previous steps.</span><br /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`draw couple holding hands 5` src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/269542_2043101770038_1619167147_31933384_2460521_n.jpg` alt=`draw couple holding hands 5` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 5: Add the fingernails.</span></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`draw couple holding hands 6` src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/269098_2043101890041_1619167147_31933385_6211730_n.jpg` alt=`draw couple holding hands 6` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 6: Add the lines between the fingers.</span><br /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`draw couple holding hands 7` src=`https://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/267478_2043101970043_1619167147_31933386_2041083_n.jpg` alt=`draw couple holding hands 7` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 7: Erase the egg shape</span><br /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p> </p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p style=`text-align: center;`><span style=`font-size: xx-large;`>The Supplies I Used to Create `Holding Hands`</span></p>  <p> </p>  <form action=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>   <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`>`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/222/06/22206-0159-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`15-Piece Drawing Set` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>15-Piece Drawing Set</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Faber-Castell makes the best drawing pencils. These pencils are mixed with graphite and clay and enhance an artists ability to create and layer dark tones. You will see me use this set in almost all of my videos.  </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22206-0159` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/faber-castell-9000-pencils/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22206-0159-8888` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.anrdoezrs.net/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>   <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/204/43/20443-2061-1-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Lyra Graphite Crayons` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Lyra Graphite Crayons</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Do you ever get TIRED of shading with a fine `tip` pencil? 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These synthetic brushes collect particles of graphite as they are rubbed on a piece of paper. This enables me to softly move and blend tones. Most often I use the `Flat Size 10` brush but it helps to have a variety of sizes and shapes. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`05824-1010` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/robert-simmons-white-sable-brushes/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=05824-1010` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` />  <p> </p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.kqzyfj.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>   <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/228/66/22866-1059-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Loew-Cornell Blending Stumps` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Loew-Cornell Blending Stumps</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>- INVALUBLE tools for blending! These will cost you LESS than a trip on the subway (Less than 2 dollars) and enhance your shading capacity substantially! I like Leow-Cornell because the stump is more compact and the tips do not wear as easily as other brands. I use these tools in almost every one of my videos.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22866-4014` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/loew-cornell-blending-stumps/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22866-4014` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>   <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/102/09/10209-OC3-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>: Really, I DARE YOU, try to find a better value than this one! 500 sheets of 80LB (thick) drawing paper for $11.50. AMAZING DEAL!......If you use computer paper to create your drawings, you are ROBBING yourself from seeing what you can really do! This paper has more `tooth` (texture on the surface) than computer paper and your ability to shade will be enhanced. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`10209-1033` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/blick-white-sulphite-drawing-paper/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=10209-1033` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <p> </p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  <p> </p>  <table style=`background-color: #906f72; width: 641px;` border=`0` align=`center`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td style=`text-align: center;`>  <object width=`640` height=`390` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/0lhd06tj_GM?version=3&hl=en_US&rel=0` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/0lhd06tj_GM?version=3&hl=en_US&rel=0` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>0:11 YOUR GOAL: Eliminate ALL LINES. It is normal to create lines while working with a pencil because you are using a fine tip. BUT, Cross-hatch and blend until you eliminate all lines. The difference between a good `draw-er` and a great one is noticing the subtleties of EDGES!!!!  <p>0:31-The darkest part will be where the fingers bend down towards the bottom of the page. The light source comes from above.</p>  <p>0:41- The Paintbrush is GREAT for creating neutral tones on white paper......Think about it, if you draw on white paper, you are STARTING on one GIGANTIC HIGHLIGHT!</p>  <p>1:03- IMPORTANT- One way to make the lines GO AWAY is to darken the region next to it. Look at the area that my brush is working on now.</p>  <p>1:17 Fingernails DO NOT have dark lines around them...Look at your hands, YOU DO NOT have dark lines. If you DO have dark lines: 1.) Wash your hands with industrial strength antibacterial soap. 2.) Fabreze YO SELF 3.) See a Dermatologist- It would not be a `RASH` decision.</p>  <p>1:35- Notice the tonal (light and dark) differences between each of the fingernails.</p>  <p>2:17- Some Artists have great line quality in their drawings (I don`t). But it is shading, NOT line quality which gives a drawing the three dimensional effect.</p>  <p>2:52- Yes, there are lines in between the fingers, but, notice the subtle differences in tone which happen; both to the line and the area around it (to round the fingers)</p>  <p>3:07- That is a 3B pencil that I am using.</p>  <p>4:12- Did you know that if our hands didn`t move, we wouldn`t have lines on them (I don`t mean fingerprints). For instance, if someone is in a coma for four years (and doesn`t move), when they wake up there will be less lines on their hand.</p>  <p>5:15- Notice that I do not hold the pencil at the tip. You get better control if you hold it further back. This will take a while to get used to.</p>  <p>5:41- I am only HINTING at the bone structure and musculature of the hand. As we get older, our skin thins, our muscle mass decreases and we can see the bones and what is left of the muscles more clearly. Younger hands need more blending and less variation of tone.</p>  <p>6:15- Now its starting to come together</p>  <p>6:33- At this point of the drawing, it is all about clarification (Strong, well placed highlights and shadows) and smoothness (use the brush and the eraser). Look at the subtleties of the bone structure. That was `sculpted` with 1.) cross hatching from the pencil tip 2.) smudging with the paintbrush 3.) the eraser..... Remember, this did not happen instantaneously. The tones were slowly developed.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> <img title=`shading holding hands` src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/268363_2043127330677_1619167147_31933452_4021408_n.jpg` alt=`shading holding hands` width=`640` height=`360` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`holding hands couple` src=`https://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/270392_2043127050670_1619167147_31933449_1030474_n.jpg` alt=`holding hands couple` width=`640` height=`360` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`holding hands drawing` src=`https://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/281839_2043127450680_1619167147_31933453_7481500_n.jpg` alt=`holding hands` width=`640` height=`360` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`love` src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/270520_2043127130672_1619167147_31933450_582894_n.jpg` alt=`love` width=`640` height=`360` /><br /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`place ring on finger` src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/269398_2043127530682_1619167147_31933454_6603992_n.jpg` alt=`place ring on finger` width=`640` height=`360` /><br /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`holding hands drawing finished` src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/270739_2043127210674_1619167147_31933451_662647_n.jpg` alt=`holding hands finished` width=`640` height=`360` /><br /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table> Draw Bruno Mars Step by Step. <table style=`background-color: #c9c4c7; width: 720px; border: #820901 3px solid;` border=`3` align=`center`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center`>  <h1><span style=`font-size: large;`><span style=`color: #000000;`><span style=`font-size: x-large;`>How to Draw Bruno Mars: Step by Step</span></span></span></h1>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td style=`text-align: center;`>    <object width=`640` height=`390` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/fPP9NyW_4HM?version=3&hl=en_US&rel=0` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/fPP9NyW_4HM?version=3&hl=en_US&rel=0` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left`><span style=`font-size: medium;`><span style=`color: #000000;`>Today, if you feel like doing something, I am going to teach you how to draw Bruno Mars. Don`t just lay in your bed, kick up your feet and stare at a fan. Thats just silly talk. Artists have to remain occupied or else we wind up moving to the South of France to chop off our ears. So I recommend that you get out of your snuggie and grab a pencil and some paper.</span></span></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`draw bruno mars 1` src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/269613_2027314135357_1619167147_31916518_347275_n.jpg` alt=`draw bruno mars 1` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`><span style=`color: #000000;`>Step 1: Draw the two shapes that you see. I recommend that you start out in the lower right corner.</span></span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`draw bruno mars 2` src=`https://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/269613_2027314175358_1619167147_31916519_4471321_n.jpg` alt=`draw bruno mars 2` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`><span style=`color: #000000;`>Step 2: Draw in the neck shape. Try to match the width and the height of this shape as closely as you can.</span></span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`Draw bruno mars 3` src=`https://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/269613_2027314215359_1619167147_31916520_4325359_n.jpg` alt=`Bruno Mars 3` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`><span style=`color: #000000;`>Step 3: Draw in the other shoulder.</span></span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`Draw Bruno Mars 4` src=`https://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/269613_2027314095356_1619167147_31916517_5994119_n.jpg` alt=`Draw Bruno Mars 4` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`><span style=`color: #000000;`>Step 4: Draw in a bowl shape for the bottom of his head.</span></span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`draw bruno mars step by step 5` src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/268853_2027314735372_1619167147_31916522_2484004_n.jpg` alt=`draw bruno mars step by step 5` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`><span style=`color: #000000;`>Step 5: Add the top of the head. Notice that it is significantly larger than the bowl shape at the bottom of the head. Do your best to observe and draw the contour line as accurately as possible.</span></span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>   <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 728x90, created 5/25/10 */  google_ad_slot = `6501615489`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 90;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 336x280, created 2/2/10 */  google_ad_slot = `4181428218`;  google_ad_width = 336;  google_ad_height = 280;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p> <img title=`Draw Bruno Mars Step by Step 6` src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/268853_2027314775373_1619167147_31916523_121741_n.jpg` alt=`Draw Bruno Mars Step by Step 6` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`><span style=`color: #000000;`>Step 6: Add the triangular shape to the side of the head.</span></span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`Draw Bruno Mars Step by Step 7` src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/268853_2027314815374_1619167147_31916524_7234349_n.jpg` alt=`Draw Bruno Mars Step by Stpe 7` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`><span style=`color: #000000;`>Step 7: Add the ear shape. Notice that its origin is at the line which runs accross the bowl shape.</span></span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`Draw Bruno Mars Step by Step 8` src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/268853_2027314695371_1619167147_31916521_7988333_n.jpg` alt=`Draw Bruno Mars Step by Step 8` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`><span style=`color: #000000;`>Step 8: This is the trickiest step. Draw the shapes that I just added. This tip will help. It is a similar distance from the eyebrow to the bottom of the nose, as it is from the eyebrow to the hairline.  </span></span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`Step 9 Draw Bruno Mars` src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/268883_2027315175383_1619167147_31916526_8199686_n.jpg` alt=`Step 9 Draw Bruno Mars` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`><span style=`color: #000000;`>Step 9: Draw in the shape for Bruno`s left eye socket.</span></span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`Draw Bruno Mars Step by Step 10` src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/268883_2027315215384_1619167147_31916527_7395300_n.jpg` alt=`Draw Bruno Mars Step by Step 10` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`><span style=`color: #000000;`>Step 10 Draw in the shape for Bruno`s left eye and eyebrow. Notice the placement of both of these shapes within the eye socket shape.</span></span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`Draw Bruno Mars Step by Step 11` src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/268883_2027315255385_1619167147_31916528_5401109_n.jpg` alt=`Draw Bruno Mars Step by Step 11` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`><span style=`color: #000000;`>Step 11: Complete the nose shape</span></span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`Draw Bruno Mars Step by Step 12` src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/268413_2027315455390_1619167147_31916529_4409520_n.jpg` alt=`Draw Bruno Mars Step by Step 12` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`><span style=`color: #000000;`>Step 12: Add Bruno`s hat. Look closely and see that his hat is basically a banana shape and a trapezoid.</span></span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`Draw Bruno Mars Step by Step 13` src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/268413_2027315495391_1619167147_31916530_2830764_n.jpg` alt=`Draw Bruno Mars Step by Step 13` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`><span style=`color: #000000;`>Step 13: Add Bruno Mars upper lip.</span></span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`Draw Bruno Mars Step by Step 14` src=`https://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/268413_2027315535392_1619167147_31916531_1328922_n.jpg` alt=`Draw Bruno Mars Step by Step 14` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`><span style=`color: #000000;`>Step 14: Add Bruno Mars bottom lip.</span></span></p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  <p> </p>  <p>  <table style=`BORDER-BOTTOM: #820901 3px solid; BORDER-LEFT: #820901 3px solid; BACKGROUND-COLOR: #c9c4c7; BORDER-TOP: #820901 3px solid; BORDER-RIGHT: #820901 3px solid` border=`3` align=`center`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td><span style=`font-size: medium;`><span style=`color: #000000;`><strong>Supplies I Used to Draw Bruno Mars</strong></span></span></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <p>  <table style=`BORDER-BOTTOM: #820901 3px solid; BORDER-LEFT: #820901 3px solid; BORDER-TOP: #820901 3px solid; BORDER-RIGHT: #820901 3px solid` border=`3` align=`center`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <p> </p>  <form action=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`>`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/222/06/22206-0159-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`15-Piece Drawing Set` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>15-Piece Drawing Set</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Faber-Castell makes the best drawing pencils. These pencils are mixed with graphite and clay and enhance an artists ability to create and layer dark tones. You will see me use this set in almost all of my videos.  </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22206-0159` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/faber-castell-9000-pencils/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22206-0159-8888` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.anrdoezrs.net/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px; border: #820901 3px solid;` border=`3` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/204/43/20443-2061-1-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Lyra Graphite Crayons` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Lyra Graphite Crayons</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Do you ever get TIRED of shading with a fine `tip` pencil? Get my `point`? 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These synthetic brushes collect particles of graphite as they are rubbed on a piece of paper. This enables me to softly move and blend tones. 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These will cost you LESS than a trip on the subway (Less than 2 dollars) and enhance your shading capacity substantially! I like Leow-Cornell because the stump is more compact and the tips do not wear as easily as other brands. I use these tools in almost every one of my videos.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22866-4014` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/loew-cornell-blending-stumps/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22866-4014` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px; border: #820901 3px solid;` border=`3` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/102/09/10209-OC3-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>: Really, I DARE YOU, try to find a better value than this one! 500 sheets of 80LB (thick) drawing paper for $11.50. AMAZING DEAL!......If you use computer paper to create your drawings, you are ROBBING yourself from seeing what you can really do! This paper has more `tooth` (texture on the surface) than computer paper and your ability to shade will be enhanced. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`10209-1033` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/blick-white-sulphite-drawing-paper/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=10209-1033` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <table style=`background-color: #c9c4c7; width: 720px; border: #820901 3px solid;` border=`3` align=`center`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center`><span style=`font-size: medium;`><span style=`color: #000000;`>Extended Shading Tutorial</span></span></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td style=`text-align: center;`>  <object width=`640` height=`390` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/R41945cniLQ?version=3&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/R41945cniLQ?version=3&hl=en_US` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left`><span style=`color: #000000;`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>0:27- Notice that I am using a mechanical pencil. It has thinner graphite and it helps me create subtle tones for the features of the face. </span></span>  <p><span style=`color: #000000;`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>0:27 Bruno Mars has dark brown eyes. BUT, do not be tempted to go too dark right away, try to build slowly.</span></span></p>  <p><span style=`color: #000000;`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>0:30 The pupil of the eye is darker in tone than the iris. Notice that I left a small white space for a reflection in each eye. this is key to creating a realistic looking eye</span></span></p>  <p><span style=`color: #000000;`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>0:35 If you havent done so already, erase the line from the top of the bowl shape that goes across the bottom of the nose.</span></span></p>  <p><span style=`color: #000000;`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>1:00- Notice that the C shaped shadow going from the eyebrow to the bottom of the nose has a WIDE VARIETY in tones. Press harder and use high number B pencils (4B, 6B, 8B) to create darker tones.</span></span></p>  <p><span style=`color: #000000;`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>1:18 Watch how I use the paper stump to start the shadow to your left. I `cross hatch` some lines, and then I spread the lines (graphite) with the stump. If you do not have a paper stump, use a Q-Tip.</span></span></p>  <p><span style=`color: #000000;`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>1:44- A singnificant marker on Bruno`s face is the deep fold between the mouth and nose. To truly get his likeness, you will need to get that.</span></span></p>  <p><span style=`color: #000000;`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>2:03 - `Float like a butterfly and shade like a bee`....In other words, move around. Do not get stuck in one place. Develop your drawing evenly.</span></span></p>  <p><span style=`color: #000000;`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>2:24 The background on the right side of his face (your left) will eventually be as dark as the shirt tone that I just added.</span></span></p>  <p><span style=`color: #000000;`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>2:55- The paper below my hand is called a slip sheet. It allows me to rest my hand on the drawing without smudging it.</span></span></p>  <p><span style=`color: #000000;`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>3:18- Do NOT make the same MISTAKE I made. I RUSHED the background instead of hatching it in SLOWLY.</span></span></p>  <p><span style=`color: #000000;`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>3:50- At this point of the drawing and shading process, your goal should be to eliminate `lines` and notice the nuances of `edges`. In other words, some shapes have solid edges, while others have softer edges. There is often a tonal difference as well.</span></span></p>  <p><span style=`color: #000000;`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>3:50- Watch how I use the blending (paper) stump to soften an edge......Suggestion: Look in the mirror (right now) and notice the tonal and physical (hardness softness) differences of your face.</span></span></p>  <p><span style=`color: #000000;`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>4:27- The highlights and shadows on the right side of his face (your left) are very complex but important. Notice the darkness that goes down his cheek and the four highlights. </span></span></p>  <p><span style=`color: #000000;`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>5:09 Watch me shade the left side of his face (your right side). It is very tricky. the dark values are very hidden.....but they are still there.</span></span></p>  <p><span style=`color: #000000;`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>5:48- The nose is tricky. The darkest part is the nostril. The entire shape of the bottom of the nose stays pretty light because the light source seems to be shining up from his left.</span></span></p>  <p><span style=`color: #000000;`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>6:28- The darkest part of the mouth is the two corners.</span></span></p>  <p><span style=`color: #000000;`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>6:52- My biggest mistake was going TOO FAST with shading the backgound. When you press hard it causes a crease/indentation in the page. When the paper gets damaged, your shading will be uneven. Youll see what I mean. </span></span></p>  <p><span style=`color: #000000;`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>7:29- Rewind to 7:24 to see how I use the pencil and brush to blend two DIFFERENT TONED shadows together. </span></span></p>  <p><span style=`color: #000000;`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>8:14- At this point of the drawing, I am going to use the high number B pencils to get the dark values in. I am also going to use the kneaded eraser to create highlights. </span></span></p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left`><span style=`color: #000000;`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>9:18- If you have any lines left (such as the one on the hat) get them out of your drawing. Look around at the world. It is expressed in shapes or masses, not lines. The most difficult part of pencil drawing ls realizing that you are working with a fine tip, capable of making only lines. </span></span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`Pencil Drawing Bruno Mars` src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/264862_2027356936427_1619167147_31916631_6888863_n.jpg` alt=`Pencil Drawing Bruno Mars` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`shading blending stump tortillion` src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/264862_2027356976428_1619167147_31916632_2222695_n.jpg` alt=`shading blending stump tortillion` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`bruno mars 15` src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/264862_2027357016429_1619167147_31916633_7982791_n.jpg` alt=`bruno mars 15` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`mars` src=`https://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/264862_2027356896426_1619167147_31916630_6390825_n.jpg` alt=`mars` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`almost finished bruno mars portrait` src=`https://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/262290_2027357496441_1619167147_31916635_23704_n.jpg` alt=`almost finished bruno mars portrait` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`finished bruno mars pencil portrait` src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/262290_2027357536442_1619167147_31916636_2485312_n.jpg` alt=`finished bruno mars portrait` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table> Draw Katy Perry Step by Step. <table style=`background-color: #e0e0e0; width: 720px; border: #f7f707 3px solid;` border=`3` align=`center`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center`>  <h3><span style=`font-size: x-large;`>How to Draw Katy Perry: Step by Step</span></h3>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td style=`text-align: center;`>    <object width=`640` height=`390` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/V8rjmvSRxZk?version=3&hl=en_US&rel=0` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/V8rjmvSRxZk?version=3&hl=en_US&rel=0` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`draw katy perry 1` src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/268563_2021568511720_1619167147_31908676_124039_n.jpg` alt=`step 1` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`><span style=`color: #000000;`><span style=`font-size: large;`>Step 1: Draw a bowl shape.</span></span></span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`draw katy perry 2` src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/263854_2021570671774_1619167147_31908682_2580515_n.jpg` alt=`draw katy perry 2` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`><span style=`color: #000000;`><span style=`font-size: large;`>Step 2: Observe and draw the nose shape at the top of the bowl shape. Notice its size and placement within the bowl shape. Also, add the lines which look like parentheses; notice their angle and their placement compared to the outside of the bowl shape. </span></span></span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`katy perry step 3` src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/263854_2021570711775_1619167147_31908683_4771335_n.jpg` alt=`katy perry step 3` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`><span style=`color: #000000;`><span style=`font-size: large;`>Step 3: Add the three shapes to make the smile. Notice the placement of these shapes, compared to the nose and the smile lines. Be sure to notice that the upper lip is the smallest of the three shapes and the bottom lip is the biggest.</span></span></span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><!-- @import url(https://www.google.com/cse/api/branding.css); -->  <div class=`cse-branding-right` style=`background-color:#000000;color:#FFFFFF`>  <div class=`cse-branding-form`><form id=`cse-search-box` action=`https://www.google.com/cse` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <div><input name=`cx` type=`hidden` value=`partner-pub-6730899040960500:xnfspl1lg7u` /> <input name=`ie` type=`hidden` value=`ISO-8859-1` /> <input name=`q` size=`31` type=`text` /> <input name=`sa` type=`submit` value=`Search` /></div>  </form></div>  <div class=`cse-branding-logo`><img src=`https://www.google.com/images/poweredby_transparent/poweredby_000000.gif` alt=`Google` /></div>  <div class=`cse-branding-text`>Custom Search</div>  </div>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 336x280, created 2/2/10 */  google_ad_slot = `4181428218`;  google_ad_width = 336;  google_ad_height = 280;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`><img title=`Draw Katy Perry 5` src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/263854_2021570751776_1619167147_31908684_1834159_n.jpg` alt=`Draw Katy Perry Step 5` width=`720` height=`405` /></span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`><span style=`color: #000000;`><span style=`font-size: large;`>Step 4: Draw in the teeth. Notice that each tooth appears to become smaller as they go further back in the mouth. This is not the case in real life, but it is when we draw a smile. Try not to darken the lines between the teeth too much.</span></span></span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`Draw Katy Perry 4` src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/263854_2021570631773_1619167147_31908681_6859151_n.jpg` alt=`Draw Katy Perry 4` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`><span style=`color: #000000;`><span style=`font-size: large;`>Step 5: Merrill??? What the HECK is THAT????? ........Relax!......... Don`t worry!....Ill make this nice and simple. First, notice that the new shape is taller than the bowl shape. The triangular shape at the top center is slightly wider than the nose shape. Look closely and notice that the left side is squared and the right side is rounded. Also, be sure to see that the right side is lower than the left.</span></span></span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p> <span style=`font-size: medium;`><img title=`Draw Katy Perry` src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/270607_2021571031783_1619167147_31908686_748451_n.jpg` alt=`Draw Katy Perry` width=`720` height=`405` /></span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`><span style=`color: #000000;`><span style=`font-size: large;`>Step 6: Listen, youre a firework!!!! Don`t freak out! This is EASY! Hair moves all the time. You do not need to get this shape perfectly. Use your observational skills to get the general shape of the hair. Again, don`t be intimidated by this step.... just generalize what you see. </span></span></span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`Draw Katy Perry 7` src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/270607_2021571071784_1619167147_31908687_661380_n.jpg` alt=`Draw Katy Perry 7` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`><span style=`color: #000000;`><span style=`font-size: large;`>Step 7: Draw in the eye shapes. Notice that there is one eye length between the eyes. Notice the difference in size between the top eyelashes and the bottom ones. Notice the size of the iris compared to the whites of the eye. </span></span></span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`Draw Katy Perry 8` src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/270607_2021571111785_1619167147_31908688_1164531_n.jpg` alt=`Draw Katy Perry 8` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`><span style=`color: #000000;`><span style=`font-size: large;`>Step 8: Draw in the shapes for her body.</span></span></span></p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  <p> </p>  <p>  <table border=`0` align=`center`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <h2 style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Supplies I Used For Katy Perry Portrait</span></h2>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p> </p>  <form action=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`>`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/222/06/22206-0159-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`15-Piece Drawing Set` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>15-Piece Drawing Set</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Faber-Castell makes the best drawing pencils. These pencils are mixed with graphite and clay and enhance an artists ability to create and layer dark tones. You will see me use this set in almost all of my videos.  </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22206-0159` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/faber-castell-9000-pencils/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22206-0159-8888` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.anrdoezrs.net/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/204/43/20443-2061-1-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Lyra Graphite Crayons` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Lyra Graphite Crayons</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Do you ever get TIRED of shading with a fine `tip` pencil? Get my `point`? 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These synthetic brushes collect particles of graphite as they are rubbed on a piece of paper. This enables me to softly move and blend tones. 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These will cost you LESS than a trip on the subway (Less than 2 dollars) and enhance your shading capacity substantially! I like Leow-Cornell because the stump is more compact and the tips do not wear as easily as other brands. I use these tools in almost every one of my videos.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22866-4014` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/loew-cornell-blending-stumps/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22866-4014` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/102/09/10209-OC3-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>: Really, I DARE YOU, try to find a better value than this one! 500 sheets of 80LB (thick) drawing paper for $11.50. AMAZING DEAL!......If you use computer paper to create your drawings, you are ROBBING yourself from seeing what you can really do! This paper has more `tooth` (texture on the surface) than computer paper and your ability to shade will be enhanced. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`10209-1033` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/blick-white-sulphite-drawing-paper/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=10209-1033` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <p> </p>  <p>  <table style=`background-color: #e0e0e0; width: 720px; border: #f7f707 3px solid;` border=`3` align=`center`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center`><span style=`font-size: large;`><strong>Shading</strong></span></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td style=`text-align: center;`>  <p>  <object width=`640` height=`390` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/CzLdeSU-YQg?version=3&hl=en_US&rel=0` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/CzLdeSU-YQg?version=3&hl=en_US&rel=0` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`><span style=`color: #000000;`>Notes From Extended Shading Tutorial Video</span></span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman; font-size: small;`><span style=`color: #000000;`>0:11- Notice that I am using a mechanical pencil. It has thinner graphite and it helps me create subtle tones for the features of the face.</span></span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`color: #000000;`> </span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman; font-size: small;`><span style=`color: #000000;`>0:21 Notice the difference between the upper eyelashes and the lower ones. The upper eyelashes are much darker. Use a 4B to 6B pencil on the eyelashes right away.</span></span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`color: #000000;`> </span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman; font-size: small;`><span style=`color: #000000;`>0:30 The pupil of the eye is darker in tone than the iris. You will see that I shade the `white` of the eye with the paintbrush. I pull some of the graphite over from the iris and the eyelashes. Do not go too dark though.</span></span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`color: #000000;`> </span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman; font-size: small;`><span style=`color: #000000;`>0:35 Watch how I use the paper stump to do the eyelashes. I `cross hatch` some lines, and then I spread the lines (graphite) with the stump. If you do not have a paper stump, use a Q-Tip.........And if you dont have Q-Tips, how the hell do you clean your ears????</span></span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`color: #000000;`> </span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman; font-size: small;`><span style=`color: #000000;`>0:45-- Do not go too dark under her eyes. Our skin thins and becomes more transparent as we age. Let Katy Perry keep her `Teenage Dream` and don`t give her bags under her eyes......yet. It is OK to darken the area a bit because the eye protrudes from the eye socket (feel your eyeball NOW) and the area around the eyeball is almost always in shadow.</span></span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`color: #000000;`> </span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman; font-size: small;`><span style=`color: #000000;`>1:05 The darkest part of the mouth is the two corners. </span></span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`color: #000000;`> </span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman; font-size: small;`><span style=`color: #000000;`>1:26- `Float like a butterfly and shade like a bee`....In other words, move around. Do not get stuck in one place. Develop your drawing evenly.</span></span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`color: #000000;`> </span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman; font-size: small;`><span style=`color: #000000;`>2:00- Learning shading is like learning another language. You are translating tones. Get in the habit of looking at my reference image once for every five seconds.</span></span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`color: #000000;`> </span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman; font-size: small;`><span style=`color: #000000;`>2:10- At this point of the drawing and shading process, your goal should be to eliminate `lines` and notice the nuances of `edges`. In other words, some shapes have solid edges, while others have softer edges. There is often a tonal difference as well.</span></span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`color: #000000;`> </span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman; font-size: small;`><span style=`color: #000000;`>2:34- Watch how I use the blending (paper) stump to soften an edge......Suggestion: Look in the mirror (right now) and notice the tonal and physical (hardness softness) differences of your face.</span></span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`color: #000000;`> </span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman; font-size: small;`><span style=`color: #000000;`>3:18- Every drawing has an `awkward` stage. This is the awkward stage for this drawing.</span></span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`color: #000000;`> </span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman; font-size: small;`><span style=`color: #000000;`>3:39- Notice that I am making points at the bottom of the teeth, between each tooth.</span></span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`color: #000000;`> </span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman; font-size: small;`><span style=`color: #000000;`>3:39- Teeth are tricky. Try not to keep the dark lines between each tooth.<span style=`mso-spacerun: yes;`>  </span>Generally, the upper teeth are more defined at the bottom, when a person smiles because they overlap the tops of the bottom teeth. Katy Perry`s bottom teeth are not visible in this picture.</span></span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`color: #000000;`> </span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman; font-size: small;`><span style=`color: #000000;`>4:10- Treat the eyebrow on the right and the hair as one solid shape. (for this portrait only)</span></span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`color: #000000;`> </span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman; font-size: small;`><span style=`color: #000000;`>4:59- Hair has a lot of tones. I am going to start out with a 5B pencil and press hard to create solid straight lines in areas where there are a variety of `tones`- aka- light and dark `values`. In generally darker areas such as the upper left, I am hatching in a neutral (half) tone, followed by darker values. Notice that this is the total opposite method of what I did for the skin of the face.</span></span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`color: #000000;`> </span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman; font-size: small;`><span style=`color: #000000;`>5:46- Hot tip- Use the kneaded eraser and the pencils eraser to create highlights.</span></span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman; font-size: small;`><span style=`color: #000000;`> </span></span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman; font-size: small;`><span style=`color: #000000;`>5:46- Hot tip #2- Invest in graphite sticks (think really think pencils). You will see me use one in a moment.</span></span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`color: #000000;`> </span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman; font-size: small;`><span style=`color: #000000;`>6:42- A paintbrush and a paper stump can be used to neutralize an area in the hair. Once its neutralized, you can sculpt darker areas with the pencil or highlights with an eraser. I think of the hair as a `sculpture`.</span></span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`color: #000000;`> </span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman; font-size: small;`><span style=`color: #000000;`>7:27- Now, Watch me use all of my `tools` (brush, blending stump, graphite stick, eraser, finger) to get the effects that I want. Try not to use the fingers though because the oils in the hand will be absorbed in to the paper and the shading will be inconsistent.</span></span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`color: #000000;`> </span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman; font-size: small;`><span style=`color: #000000;`>9:28- It is important to darken (neutralize) the background of a portrait on white paper if you want the highlights to fully develop.</span></span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`color: #000000;`> </span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman; font-size: small;`><span style=`color: #000000;`>10:14- If the hair in your drawing looks like a `block` consider retouching the edges of the hair shape (as I am doing now).</span></span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`color: #000000;`> </span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman; font-size: small;`><span style=`color: #000000;`>10:31- I am making highlights with the eraser in the hair</span></span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`color: #000000;`> </span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman; font-size: small;`><span style=`color: #000000;`>11:21- I am starting to shade the body. Follow the same shading pattern as the face. The left is in highlight, the right is in slight shadow.</span></span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`color: #000000;`> </span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman; font-size: small;`><span style=`color: #000000;`>11:58- There are several slight shadows in the upper chest area between the two shapes for the hair. Take note of that as you watch me develop them.</span></span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`color: #000000;`> </span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman; font-size: small;`><span style=`color: #000000;`>12:33- The arm on the right (her left arm) will be about as dark as the shading on the neck.</span></span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`color: #000000;`> </span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman; font-size: small;`><span style=`color: #000000;`>12:55- It is common in portraiture for the background of an image to be the opposite as the foreground. For instance, notice that the highlight is on her right cheek and the background is dark. It switches on the other side. This is an old artists trick which works because the variance in tones moves the viewers eye around.</span></span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`color: #000000;`> </span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman; font-size: small;`><span style=`color: #000000;`>13:58- The last thing to do is to `soften` everything. Notice that I use the brush and the eraser a lot.</span></span></p>  <p> </p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`Katy Perry 10` src=`https://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/270607_2021570991782_1619167147_31908685_3252032_n.jpg` alt=`Katy Perry 10` width=`720` height=`405` /> </p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`Draw Katy Perry 11` src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/271053_2021574231863_1619167147_31908697_8035619_n.jpg` alt=`Draw Katy Perry 11` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p> </p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`draw pencil portrait katy perry` src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/271053_2021574271864_1619167147_31908698_6910568_n.jpg` alt=`draw pencil portrait katy perry` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`pencil portrait drawing katy perry` src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/271053_2021574311865_1619167147_31908699_1057625_n.jpg` alt=`pencil portrait drawing katy perry` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`katy perry` src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/271053_2021574191862_1619167147_31908696_4106553_n.jpg` alt=`katy perry` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`perry portrait` src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/267535_2021574711875_1619167147_31908702_7233238_n.jpg` alt=`perry portrait` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`katy perry art` src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/267535_2021574671874_1619167147_31908701_1424785_n.jpg` alt=`katy perry drawing` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`17` src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/267535_2021574791877_1619167147_31908704_5591800_n.jpg` alt=`17` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`katy perry drawing finished` src=`https://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/269919_2021575191887_1619167147_31908705_206605_n.jpg` alt=`katy perry drawing finished` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p> How to Draw Justin Bieber Step by Step. <p><iframe src=`https://www.youtube.com/embed/Sox1a09gUTk` width=`640` height=`390` frameborder=`0` scrolling=`auto`></iframe></p>  <p> </p>  <table style=`width: 730px; height: 446px;` border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`How to Draw Justin Bieber 1` src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/184231_1719340196201_1619167147_31556114_4126719_n.jpg` alt=`How to Draw Justin Bieber 1` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 1: Study the two main shapes before you draw. The bottom shape looks like a perfectly symmetrical cup but the bottom is pointed rather than flat. The top shape flooks like melting ice cream on top of a ice cream cone. The distances from the chin to the middle of the hairline and from the hairline to the top of Biebers head are about the same.</p>  <p><img title=`How to Draw Justin Bieber 2` src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/180514_1719340356205_1619167147_31556115_6226456_n.jpg` alt=`How to Draw Justin Bieber 2` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 2: Draw in the shape for Justin Bieber`s neck.</p>  <p><img title=`Draw Justin Bieber 3` src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/180089_1719394557560_1619167147_31556166_4945979_n.jpg` alt=`Draw Justin Bieber 3` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 3: Add the beads. Notice that they make a V Shape.</p>  <p><img title=`How to Draw Justin Bieber 4` src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/183650_1719340476208_1619167147_31556116_3238534_n.jpg` alt=`How to Draw Justin Bieber 4` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 4: Add his shirt line. Notice the placement of the lines in comparison to the edges of the paper.</p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 728x90, created 5/25/10 */  google_ad_slot = `6501615489`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 90;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`><!--  <table border=`0`><tbody><tr><td> </td></tr></tbody></table>  // --></script>  </p>  <p>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p>  <p>  <table style=`width: 732px; height: 22px;` border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <p> <img title=`How to Draw Justin Bieber 5` src=`https://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/184294_1719340596211_1619167147_31556117_7729331_n.jpg` alt=`How to Draw Justin Bieber 5` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p> </p>  <p>Step 5: Add Bieber`s eyes directly below the hairline. His eyes are football shaped and the iris of the eye forms a U shape inside the football shape. Notice that there is only one eyebrow visible. Here is a close up</p>  <p><img title=`How to Draw Justin Bieber 6` src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/183989_1719340796216_1619167147_31556118_1474419_n.jpg` alt=`How to Draw Justin Bieber 6` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 6: Add Bieber`s Nose. Notice the extra shape on the side.</p>  <p><img title=`How to Draw Justin Bieber Step by Step` src=`https://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/180822_1719340956220_1619167147_31556119_619040_n.jpg` alt=`How to draw Justin Bieber Step by Step` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 7: Add the shape for his top lip. The shape is like a flattened letter M and the corners of the mouth shape align with the pupils in the eye shape.</p>  <p><img title=`how to draw Justin Bieber Step by Step 8` src=`https://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/184622_1719341116224_1619167147_31556120_2254123_n.jpg` alt=`how to draw Justin Bieber Step by Step 8` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p> Step 8: Add the bottom lip. It is shaped like a banana.</p>  <p><img title=`How to Draw Justin Bieber 8` src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/182955_1719341236227_1619167147_31556122_7443080_n.jpg` alt=`How to Draw Justin Bieber 8` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 9: Add the teeth. Take some extra time to observe this step. Notice that I did not put in lines to separate the teeth yet, only points at the bottom and top.</p>  <p><img title=`draw justin bieber` src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/182609_1719341396231_1619167147_31556123_6589983_n.jpg` alt=`draw justin bieber` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 10: Add the highlight shapes in the hair. This step is optional and do not stress if you do not perfectly draw this difficult shape.</p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>   </p>  <p> <span style=`font-size: large;`>Supplies I Used to Draw Justin Bieber</span></p>  <form action=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`>`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/222/06/22206-0159-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`15-Piece Drawing Set` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>15-Piece Drawing Set</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Faber-Castell makes the best drawing pencils. These pencils are mixed with graphite and clay and enhance an artists ability to create and layer dark tones. You will see me use this set in almost all of my videos.  </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22206-0159` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/faber-castell-9000-pencils/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22206-0159-8888` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.anrdoezrs.net/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/204/43/20443-2061-1-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Lyra Graphite Crayons` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Lyra Graphite Crayons</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Do you ever get TIRED of shading with a fine `tip` pencil? Get my `point`? This tool will save you time and money.</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>Click `MORE` to see me use this product in a video-</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`20443-2091` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/lyra-graphite-crayons/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=20443-2091` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/050/80/05080-9002-2-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Robert Simmons White Sable Brushes` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Robert Simmons White Sable Brushes</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>: Robert Simmons brushes get better with age. These synthetic brushes collect particles of graphite as they are rubbed on a piece of paper. This enables me to softly move and blend tones. Most often I use the `Flat Size 10` brush but it helps to have a variety of sizes and shapes. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`05824-1010` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/robert-simmons-white-sable-brushes/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=05824-1010` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` />  <p> </p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.kqzyfj.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/228/66/22866-1059-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Loew-Cornell Blending Stumps` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Loew-Cornell Blending Stumps</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>- INVALUBLE tools for blending! These will cost you LESS than a trip on the subway (Less than 2 dollars) and enhance your shading capacity substantially! I like Leow-Cornell because the stump is more compact and the tips do not wear as easily as other brands. I use these tools in almost every one of my videos.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22866-4014` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/loew-cornell-blending-stumps/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22866-4014` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/102/09/10209-OC3-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>: Really, I DARE YOU, try to find a better value than this one! 500 sheets of 80LB (thick) drawing paper for $11.50. AMAZING DEAL!......If you use computer paper to create your drawings, you are ROBBING yourself from seeing what you can really do! This paper has more `tooth` (texture on the surface) than computer paper and your ability to shade will be enhanced. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`10209-1033` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/blick-white-sulphite-drawing-paper/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=10209-1033` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  <p> </p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center`> </p>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` />   <table border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <p> </p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Shading</span></p>  <p><img title=`bieber hair drawing` src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/183197_1719341596236_1619167147_31556124_6028059_n.jpg` alt=`bieber shading` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`bieber pencil drawing` src=`https://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/184842_1719341956245_1619167147_31556125_1010815_n.jpg` alt=`bieber` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`justin bieber` src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/182274_1719342076248_1619167147_31556126_4289339_n.jpg` alt=`bieber` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`h` src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/185666_1719342236252_1619167147_31556127_2410003_n.jpg` alt=`h` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`jb` src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/185902_1719342476258_1619167147_31556128_764319_n.jpg` alt=`jb` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`youtube justin bieber` src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/183671_1719342636262_1619167147_31556129_2368475_n.jpg` alt=`youtube justin bieber` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`jb usher` src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/181508_1719342716264_1619167147_31556130_2464568_n.jpg` alt=`jb usher` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`justin bieber white shirt` src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/183610_1719342956270_1619167147_31556132_3285990_n.jpg` alt=`justin bieber white shirt` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`justin bieber pencil drawing` src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/183425_1719343436282_1619167147_31556135_1424218_n.jpg` alt=`justin bieber drawing finished` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p> How to Draw Carmelo Anthony Step by Step. <table style=`text-align: left; width: 733px; height: 554px;` border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>      <iframe src=`https://www.youtube.com/embed/m2k3iQTAuGc` width=`640` height=`390` frameborder=`0` scrolling=`auto`></iframe>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* Across top */  google_ad_slot = `1049141337`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 15;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  <p> </p>  <p> </p>  <p><img title=`Draw Carmelo Anthony Step by Step 1` src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/182476_1716449683940_1619167147_31552530_4449267_n.jpg` alt=`Step 1 Draw Carmelo Anthony Knicks pencil drawing` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 1: Draw the three shapes that you see and notice their relationship with one another. The headband shape is about 1 and 1/2 times the height of the top of the head. Melo`s hairline forms another shape between the other two and starts close to the half way point from left to right. <br /> </span></p>  <p> </p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  <table style=`text-align: left; width: 730px; height: 270px;` border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <p><a href=`https://b2d74bjqqlo8bbzf49tjmax1nw.hop.clickbank.net/?tid=JUMPMANUAL`><img title=`Jump Manual` src=`https://www.jumpmanual.com/vertical-jump-training-how-to-jump-higher-increase-vertical-jump.jpg` alt=`Jump Manual` width=`212` height=`260` /></a></p>  <p>                   <a href=`https://efed35dymjnbdiu6yd4jld11uh.hop.clickbank.net/?tid=VERTICALJUMP` target=`_top`><span style=`font-size: small;`>Click Here!</span></a></p>  </td>  <td>    <object width=`425` height=`349` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/KyMLzPS4cuk?fs=1&hl=en_US&rel=0` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/KyMLzPS4cuk?fs=1&hl=en_US&rel=0` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  <p style=`text-align: left;`> </p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`>  <table style=`width: 732px; height: 482px;` border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`how to draw Carmelo Anthony Step 2` src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/184901_1716449883945_1619167147_31552531_5813307_n.jpg` alt=`how to draw Carmelo Anthony Step 2` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 2: Observe, then draw in the ear and the two eye shapes. Notice that the ear fits perfectly in to the indentation of the headband. Notice that Melo`s right eye shape starts at the same point as the hairline shape above it. His left eye shape is heart shaped because of the angle of his head. Finally, notice the triangular shape in between the two eye shapes and the downward angle that the eyebrows point.</span></p>  <p><img title=`How to Draw Carmelo Anthony Step 3` src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/183958_1716450003948_1619167147_31552532_7592000_n.jpg` alt=`Carmelo Anthony how to draw basketball player 3` width=`720` height=`405` /><br /><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 3: Add the nose shape and the shape for the cheek.</span></p>  <p><img title=`how to draw carmelo anthony basketball player 4` src=`https://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/183855_1716450123951_1619167147_31552533_4283839_n.jpg` alt=`how to draw carmelo anthony basketball player` width=`720` height=`405` /><br /><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 4: Add the smile line. the moustache and the upper lip. Notice that the smile line goes slightly past the edge of the eye shape from step 2. The moustache and the lip are about the same width.</span></p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`> </p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`> <span style=`font-size: large;`><strong>Materials I Used to Make the Carmelo Anthony Portrait</strong></span></p>  <form style=`text-align: left;` action=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`>`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/222/06/22206-0159-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`15-Piece Drawing Set` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>15-Piece Drawing Set</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Faber-Castell makes the best drawing pencils. These pencils are mixed with graphite and clay and enhance an artists ability to create and layer dark tones. You will see me use this set in almost all of my videos.  </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22206-0159` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/faber-castell-9000-pencils/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22206-0159-8888` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p style=`text-align: left;`><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form style=`text-align: left;` action=`https://www.anrdoezrs.net/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/204/43/20443-2061-1-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Lyra Graphite Crayons` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Lyra Graphite Crayons</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Do you ever get TIRED of shading with a fine `tip` pencil? Get my `point`? This tool will save you time and money.</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>Click `MORE` to see me use this product in a video-</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`20443-2091` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/lyra-graphite-crayons/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=20443-2091` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p style=`text-align: left;`><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form style=`text-align: left;` action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/050/80/05080-9002-2-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Robert Simmons White Sable Brushes` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Robert Simmons White Sable Brushes</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>: Robert Simmons brushes get better with age. These synthetic brushes collect particles of graphite as they are rubbed on a piece of paper. This enables me to softly move and blend tones. Most often I use the `Flat Size 10` brush but it helps to have a variety of sizes and shapes. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`05824-1010` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/robert-simmons-white-sable-brushes/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=05824-1010` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` />  <p> </p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p style=`text-align: left;`><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form style=`text-align: left;` action=`https://www.kqzyfj.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/228/66/22866-1059-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Loew-Cornell Blending Stumps` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Loew-Cornell Blending Stumps</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>- INVALUBLE tools for blending! These will cost you LESS than a trip on the subway (Less than 2 dollars) and enhance your shading capacity substantially! I like Leow-Cornell because the stump is more compact and the tips do not wear as easily as other brands. I use these tools in almost every one of my videos.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22866-4014` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/loew-cornell-blending-stumps/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22866-4014` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p style=`text-align: left;`><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form style=`text-align: left;` action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/102/09/10209-OC3-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>: Really, I DARE YOU, try to find a better value than this one! 500 sheets of 80LB (thick) drawing paper for $11.50. AMAZING DEAL!......If you use computer paper to create your drawings, you are ROBBING yourself from seeing what you can really do! This paper has more `tooth` (texture on the surface) than computer paper and your ability to shade will be enhanced. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`10209-1033` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/blick-white-sulphite-drawing-paper/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=10209-1033` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p style=`text-align: left;`><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` />   <table style=`width: 733px; height: 494px;` border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`how to draw Melo 5` src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/180595_1716450203953_1619167147_31552534_42648_n.jpg` alt=`draw nba player carmelo anthony melo` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 5: Here is the trickiest step. I added 5 rows of shapes in this step. The top row is the gum line. Notice that there are seven points to the gum line. The next row is the teeth. There are eight teeth visible and due to the turn of his head, each tooth gets bigger from left to right until we reach the last tooth. The next row is a narrow dark space under the teeth. The row below the dark space is slightly thicker than the previous row, but not as dark. Leave the bottom row unshaded for now. <br /></span><img title=`hpw tp draw carmelp 6` src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/180595_1716450203953_1619167147_31552534_42648_n.jpg` alt=`melo blockbuster trade 2011 how to draw knicks nuggets carmelo pencil drawing anthony` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 6: Add Melos chin line and neck line.</span></p>  <p><img title=`carmelo step 7` src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/183133_1716450443959_1619167147_31552537_818770_n.jpg` alt=`carmelo step 7` width=`720` height=`405` /><br /><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 7: Add the shapes for his body.</span></p>  <p><img title=`carmelo anthony step by step drawing` src=`https://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/183665_1716450723966_1619167147_31552538_7436524_n.jpg` alt=`carmelo anthony high school college` width=`720` height=`405` /><br /><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 8: Add the details to Melo`s eyes.</span></p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`>     <table style=`width: 728px; height: 260px;` border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td><a href=`https://www.dpbolvw.net/click-3724826-10763993` target=`_top`>  <p style=`text-align: center;`><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10763993` border=`0` alt=`www.dickblick.com` width=`268` height=`250` /></p>  </a></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`>  <table border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`shading carmelo anthony drawing` src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/184330_1716486124851_1619167147_31552586_6781499_n.jpg` alt=`shading a drawing` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`carmelo anthony drawing shading cross hatching blending smudging` src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/179859_1716486244854_1619167147_31552587_7577896_n.jpg` alt=`carmelo anthony artwork art drawing ` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`carmelo anthony drawing shading part` src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/184917_1716486404858_1619167147_31552588_1297182_n.jpg` alt=`carmelo anthony drawing shading ` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`carmelo anthony drawing tutorial draw art` src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/183188_1716486604863_1619167147_31552589_111638_n.jpg` alt=`carmelo anthony drawing step by step tutorial free art instruction` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`>  <table style=`text-align: center; 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height: 446px;` border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>       <iframe src=`https://www.youtube.com/embed/ko2Ko5wxyeY` width=`640` height=`390` frameborder=`0` scrolling=`auto`></iframe>  <p><img title=`Amare Drawing 1` src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/180780_1700885654849_1619167147_31525814_1538982_n.jpg` alt=`Amare Drawing 1` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 1: Draw the shape for the jersey. It is about three times as tall as it is wide. Leave enough room on the top for the head and the bottom for the legs.</p>  <p><img title=`Amare Knicks Drawing 2` src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/180345_1700885974857_1619167147_31525815_2495544_n.jpg` alt=`Amare Drawing 2` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 2: Draw in the three shapes that you see. The first is similar to a banana and the second and third are circular. Notice their placement compared to the jersey shape.</p>  <p><img title=`Amare Knicks Drawing 3` src=`https://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/168052_1700886134861_1619167147_31525816_2652876_n.jpg` alt=`Amare Knicks Drawing 3` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 3: Add in the arms.....Wait! Dont freak out! This step is easy if you see the 2 trapezoid shapes in between the arms and torso.</p>  <p><img title=`Amare Knicks Drawing Pants 5` src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/180746_1700886614873_1619167147_31525819_3456739_n.jpg` alt=`Amare Knicks Drawing Pants 5` /></p>  <p>Step 4: Add Amar`e`s basketball shorts and his legs. Together they are similar in height to his basketball jersey.</p>  <p><img title=`Amare Knicks Drawing Neck` src=`https://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/181986_1700886814878_1619167147_31525821_3587366_n.jpg` alt=`Amare Knicks Drawing Neck` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 5: Add the shape for the neck.</p>  <p><img title=`Amare Hands Knicks Drawing` src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/182248_1700887094885_1619167147_31525823_6153370_n.jpg` alt=`Amare Hands Knicks Drawing` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 6: Sculpt the hands out of the shapes from step 2. Use the original shape as your guide.</p>  <p><img title=`Amare Shorts All Star Uniform Drawing` src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/180177_1700888334916_1619167147_31525832_4163511_n.jpg` alt=`Amare Shorts Drawing All Star` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 7: Add the folds and the star to his shorts. These do not have to be perfect.</p>  <p><img title=`Amare All Star Jersey` src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/181736_1700888734926_1619167147_31525833_48048_n.jpg` alt=`Amare All Star Jersey` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 8: Add the star and the upside down house shape to his jersey. Ignore the head for now. I will give you a close up and detailed instructions on that in a minute.</p>  <p><img title=`Amare All Star Starter Knicks` src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/168066_1700888934931_1619167147_31525834_1129238_n.jpg` alt=`Amare All Star Starter Knicks` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 9: Use the nagative space to sculpt out the letters E.A.S.T. in the upside down house shape.</p>  <p><img title=`amare number 1` src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/180687_1700889294940_1619167147_31525837_7489528_n.jpg` alt=`Amare number 1 eastern conference all star game` /></p>  <p>Step 10: Add the number one below the star and the word `the` above the word East. Also darken the collar and add the shapes for the folds on the shoulders of the jersey,</p>  <p><img title=`Amare Stoudemire Head 1` src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/180848_1700890094960_1619167147_31525841_7194474_n.jpg` alt=`Amare Stoudemire Face mouth moustache smile` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 11: Add the four shapes for Amare`s mouth and facial hair. We will add more shapes to this in the next step. For this step, it is helpful to notice the diamond shape around the mouth.</p>  <p> <img title=`Amare Stoudemire Knicks Smile` src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/169042_1700890254964_1619167147_31525842_5244690_n.jpg` alt=`Amare Stoudemire Knicks smile` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 12: Add the line that I just added to form the top lip, below the moustache.</p>  <p><img title=`Amare teeth` src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/180033_1700890374967_1619167147_31525843_189633_n.jpg` alt=`Amare teeth` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 13 is the trickiest step. There are 7 teeth visable. The two front teeth in the center. Three to your left and two to your right. One is blocked in shadow. Notice that there is more space below the teeth than above the teeth. Draw what you see.</p>  <p><img title=`Amare Stoudemire drawing nose` src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/180526_1700890534971_1619167147_31525844_696721_n.jpg` alt=`Amare Stoudemire Nose` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 14: Add the nose shape. Notice where it lines up to the smile lines from the previous step. It is ok to shade the nostrils very dark because they will be in shadow.</p>  <p><img title=`Amare Stoudemire Eyes` src=`https://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/182032_1700890654974_1619167147_31525845_4848075_n.jpg` alt=`Amare Stoudemire Eye Eyes` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 16: Extend the head and draw in the shape for the eyes.</p>  <p><img title=`Amare Stoudemire Ears` src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/180041_1700890854979_1619167147_31525846_1571138_n.jpg` alt=`Amare Stoudemire ears` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 17: Add the ears. Notice that the bottom of the ear shapes line up with the bottom of the nose.</p>  <p><img title=`Amare Stoudemire Hair` src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/181575_1700891054984_1619167147_31525847_3879476_n.jpg` alt=`Amare Stoudemire Hair` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 18: Add the hair.</p>  <p><img title=`Amare Stoudemire Eyebrows` src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/180753_1700891174987_1619167147_31525848_4385282_n.jpg` alt=`Amare Stoudemire Eyebrows` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 19: Add the eyebrows.</p>  <p><img title=`Amare Stoudemire eye sockets` src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/180766_1700891334991_1619167147_31525849_7667944_n.jpg` alt=`Amare Stoudemire eye sockets` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 20: Add the shape for the eyes.</p>  <p><img title=`Amare Step by Step Drawing` src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/182469_1700891454994_1619167147_31525850_4145745_n.jpg` alt=`Amare Step by Step Drawing Face Finished` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 21: Shade the eyes. Notice that the lines get thicker as they move towards the ears. Leave a small space in each eye for a highlight.</p>  <p> </p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  <p> </p>  <p> </p>  <form action=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`>`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/222/06/22206-0159-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`15-Piece Drawing Set` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>15-Piece Drawing Set</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Faber-Castell makes the best drawing pencils. These pencils are mixed with graphite and clay and enhance an artists ability to create and layer dark tones. You will see me use this set in almost all of my videos.  </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22206-0159` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/faber-castell-9000-pencils/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22206-0159-8888` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.anrdoezrs.net/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/204/43/20443-2061-1-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Lyra Graphite Crayons` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Lyra Graphite Crayons</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Do you ever get TIRED of shading with a fine `tip` pencil? Get my `point`? This tool will save you time and money.</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>Click `MORE` to see me use this product in a video-</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`20443-2091` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/lyra-graphite-crayons/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=20443-2091` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/050/80/05080-9002-2-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Robert Simmons White Sable Brushes` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Robert Simmons White Sable Brushes</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>: Robert Simmons brushes get better with age. These synthetic brushes collect particles of graphite as they are rubbed on a piece of paper. This enables me to softly move and blend tones. Most often I use the `Flat Size 10` brush but it helps to have a variety of sizes and shapes. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`05824-1010` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/robert-simmons-white-sable-brushes/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=05824-1010` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` />  <p> </p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.kqzyfj.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/228/66/22866-1059-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Loew-Cornell Blending Stumps` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Loew-Cornell Blending Stumps</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>- INVALUBLE tools for blending! These will cost you LESS than a trip on the subway (Less than 2 dollars) and enhance your shading capacity substantially! 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This paper has more `tooth` (texture on the surface) than computer paper and your ability to shade will be enhanced. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`10209-1033` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/blick-white-sulphite-drawing-paper/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=10209-1033` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  <p> </p>  <p>  <table border=`0`>  <tbody>  <iframe src=`https://www.youtube.com/embed/a2lDWOOAEes` width=`640` height=`390` frameborder=`0` scrolling=`auto`></iframe>  <tr>  <td>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center`> </p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center`><span style=`font-size: large;`>Pants and Legs</span></p>  <p><img title=`amare shading pants 1` src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/180759_1701050338966_1619167147_31526139_8219504_n.jpg` alt=`amare shading pants 1` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`amare knicks shorts all star drawing` src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/179867_1701050458969_1619167147_31526140_7619206_n.jpg` alt=`amare stoudemire knicks all star basketball shorts drawing` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`pencil drawing basketball shorts` src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/180075_1701050738976_1619167147_31526142_7913820_n.jpg` alt=`pencil drawing basketball shorts` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`cross hatching clothing` src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/180823_1701050898980_1619167147_31526143_4930733_n.jpg` alt=`cross hatching clothing` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`using a paintbrush to blend drawing` src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/180635_1701051138986_1619167147_31526145_4339268_n.jpg` alt=`using a paintbrush to blend drawing` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`6B Pencil draw basketball shorts` src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/168367_1701051258989_1619167147_31526146_3512464_n.jpg` alt=`6B Pencil draw basketball shorts` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`drawing fabric clothing pencil` src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/180835_1701051378992_1619167147_31526147_3401395_n.jpg` alt=`drawing fabric clothing pencil` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <p>  <table border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center`><span style=`font-size: large;`>Hands and Basketball</span></p>  <p><img title=`Basketball hands` src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/180883_1701063219288_1619167147_31526160_3778391_n.jpg` alt=`Basketball Hands` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`shading hands drawing` src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/182855_1701063379292_1619167147_31526161_6590219_n.jpg` alt=`shading hands drawing` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`slip sheet drawing` src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/182695_1701063619298_1619167147_31526163_4280965_n.jpg` alt=`slip sheet` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`hand shading smudging cross hatching` src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/168039_1701063819303_1619167147_31526165_3898005_n.jpg` alt=`hand shading smudging cross hatching` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <p>  <table border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center`><span style=`font-size: large;`>Basketball Jersey and Arms</span></p>  <p><img title=`jersey and arms` src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/182683_1701079699700_1619167147_31526290_3215381_n.jpg` alt=`jersey and arms` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`shading arms pencil` src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/182839_1701079819703_1619167147_31526291_202694_n.jpg` alt=`shading arms` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`cross hatching jersey clothing` src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/182675_1701079939706_1619167147_31526292_300476_n.jpg` alt=`cross hatching clothing basketball jersey` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`shading blending how to draw basketball player` src=`https://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/168359_1701080019708_1619167147_31526293_4685865_n.jpg` alt=`shading blening how to draw basketball player` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`blending graphite with paint brush` src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/181795_1701080299715_1619167147_31526294_939231_n.jpg` alt=`blending graphite with paint brush` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`shading basketball player with pencil` src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/168983_1701080659724_1619167147_31526297_7174763_n.jpg` alt=`shading basketball player with pencil` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <p>  <table border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center`> </p>  <iframe src=`https://www.youtube.com/embed/qQf5_gL5ifo` width=`640` height=`390` frameborder=`0` scrolling=`auto`></iframe>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center`><span style=`font-size: large;`>Amar`e Head</span></p>  <p><img title=`amare drawing head 1` src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/180519_1701095140086_1619167147_31526306_6634458_n.jpg` alt=`amare drawing head 1` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`shading of hair and eyes` src=`https://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/180855_1701095300090_1619167147_31526307_3715920_n.jpg` alt=`shading or hair and eyes` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`shading of upper face pencil` src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/181711_1701095460094_1619167147_31526308_35500_n.jpg` alt=`shading of upper face pencil` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`shading facial hair` src=`https://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/180147_1701095540096_1619167147_31526309_5871821_n.jpg` alt=`shading facial hair` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`shading amare stoudemire pencil` src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/181691_1701098100160_1619167147_31526312_7480145_n.jpg` alt=`shading amare stoudemire drawing pencil` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`drawing amare stoudemire face` src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/180959_1701098300165_1619167147_31526314_2064977_n.jpg` alt=`drawing amare stoudemire face` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`amare stoudemire portrait` src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/182743_1701098380167_1619167147_31526315_2836488_n.jpg` alt=`amare stoudemire portrait` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p> Mixed Media Oil Painting of Contest Winner Serafin Ureno. <p><iframe src=`https://www.youtube.com/embed/8Zg1Qsv3LFM` width=`640` height=`390` frameborder=`0` scrolling=`auto`></iframe></p>  <p> </p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`>  <table style=`width: 729px; height: 446px;` border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`Drawing Merrill Kazanjian` src=`https://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs901.ash1/180963_1691515700606_1619167147_31509177_4976151_n.jpg` alt=`Drawing Merrill Kazanjian` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Phase 1: I began this oil portrait with a pencil sketch on drawing paper. This is very unorthodox (when compared to painting techniques of the past) because oil portraits are usually done on canvas or wood panel and any sketching is done with vine charcoal. Paint becomes more transparent in time and pencils lines will eventually be seen through a painting as it ages. The vine charcoal will blend with oil paint but pencil will not. I have a very creative fix to this problem (as you will see in the coming steps). </span></p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <p>  <table style=`width: 730px; height: 811px;` border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`Gray Illustration Markers` src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs248.snc6/179651_1691515500601_1619167147_31509175_3942441_n.jpg` alt=`Grey Gray Illustration Markers` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Phase 2: The second step of a traditional painting is usually an underpainting with brown paint (usually burnt sienna). Underpaintings give painters an opportunity to build masses with paint (turn thin lines from drawing instruments in to blocks of tone, with the help of a paint brush). Underpaintings also allow artists to build tones. </span></p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>I use gray illustration markers rather than oil paint, because of the speed in which I can apply it (no mixing / superior drying time) I recommend the Warm and Cool Grays Marker Set listed below if you wish to try my technique.</span></p>  <p> </p>  <form action=`https://www.kqzyfj.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/213/03/21303-2519-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Chartpak Ad Marker Sets` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Chartpak Ad Marker Set: Warm and Cool Grays- Set of 25</span></strong></p>  <p><strong></strong><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>A single nib with three distinct line weights. These waterproof, permanent, solvent-based markers deliver brilliant, sparkling color in fine point, medium weight, or broad strokes, with just a shift of the wrist. From crisply articulated tight comps to broadly expressive illustrations, one marker gives you all the lines you need.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`21303-2519` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/chartpak-ad-marker-sets/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=21303-2519` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></td>  <form action=`https://www.kqzyfj.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`></form><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` />  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  <tbody>  </tbody>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`> </td>                                                          <td valign=`top`> </td>                                                        </p>  <p> </p>  <p>  <table style=`width: 729px; height: 830px;` border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`Flesh Tone Illustration Markers` src=`https://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs289.snc6/181715_1691515940612_1619167147_31509179_2446532_n.jpg` alt=`Flesh Tone Illustration Markers` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Phase 3: To build skin tones, I used flesh tone Chartpak AD Illustration Markers. These markers can create wonderful works of art when used alone, but I used them as a quick means to color my drawing (soon to be painting). </span></p>  <p> </p>  <p> </p>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/213/03/21303-3859-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Chartpak Ad Marker Sets` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Chartpak Ad Marker Set: Flesh Tone Set of 25</span></strong></p>  <p><strong></strong><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>A single nib with three distinct line weights. These waterproof, permanent, solvent-based markers deliver brilliant, sparkling color in fine point, medium weight, or broad strokes, with just a shift of the wrist. From crisply articulated tight comps to broadly expressive illustrations, one marker gives you all the lines you need.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`21303-3859` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/chartpak-ad-marker-sets/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=21303-3859` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form><img src=`https://www.tqlkg.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`>  <table style=`width: 730px; height: 446px;` border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`Prismacolor Color Pencils 1` src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs066.snc6/167611_1691515180593_1619167147_31509173_3655735_n.jpg` alt=`Prismacolor Color Pencils 1` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Phase 4: Next, I added a layer of Prismacolor Color Pencils. Prismas are translucent and very mixable. The fine point of the color pencil helped me get great details for the features of the face (fine tipped paint brushes ALWAYS RUN OUT OF PAINT!!!!)</span></p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <p>  <table border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`Prismacolor Color Pencils 2` src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs254.snc6/180235_1691515380598_1619167147_31509174_661484_n.jpg` alt=`Prismacolor Color Pencils 2` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Phase 4: (continued)</span></p>  <p>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/205/08/20508-0484-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Tin Box Set of 48 with FREE Set of 4 Illustration Markers` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Tin Box Set of 48 with FREE Set of 4 Illustration Markers</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>For a limited time, purchase the Prismacolor Colored Pencil 48-Color Tin Box Set and receive a FREE set of 4 Prismacolor Premier Illustration Markers. The set of markers includes one each of Black, Red, Blue, and Green. All markers feature a size 05 nib.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`20508-0484` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/prismacolor-colored-pencils/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=20508-0484` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <p>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/205/08/20508-0484-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Special Offer!` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Special Offer!</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>Get a FREE 12-color set of NuPastels with the purchase of a Prismacolor Premier Pencil 120-Color Tin Box Set! For a limited time only. 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Here is where things get interesting! I scanned my drawing to edit on my computer (clean it up). Below is the updated version of the scanner I used. I have gotten a lot of mileage out of it and I love it!</span></p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`> </p>  <p>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://hpshopping.speedera.net/www.shopping.hp.com/shopping/images/products/l1956a_300.jpg` border=`0` alt=`HP Scanjet G4010 Photo Scanner` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>HP Scanjet G4010 Photo Scanner</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>4800 x 9600 dpi for exceptional scans of photos, slides, negatives, documents Superior color accuracy, photo reproduction with six-color, 96-bit scanning Automatic red-eye removal and detail enhancement Duty cycle of up to 2,000 pages a day</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`aoid` type=`hidden` value=`35252` /> <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10427473` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`L1956A#B1H` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.shopping.hp.com/webapp/shopping/product_detail.do?product_code=L1956A#B1H&aoid=35252` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  </td>  </tr>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`></form>  </tbody>  </table>  <tbody>  </tbody>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`> </td>                                                                  </p>  <table style=`width: 729px; height: 1194px;` border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`HP Designjet 510 Printer Canvas Print` src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs020.snc6/167039_1691516820634_1619167147_31509184_4683122_n.jpg` alt=`HP Designjet 510 Printer Canvas Print` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Phase 6: I did a High Quality print with the HP Designjet 510 42 inch printer. This printer prints on canvas and on several types of paper (this specific print was on canvas). This printer was my big investment of 2010, but it has already paid for itself. It is more affordable than you think (click the links below).</span></p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`> </p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`> </p>  <p>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://hpshopping.speedera.net/www.shopping.hp.com/shopping/images/products/ch336a_300.jpg` border=`0` alt=`HP Designjet 510 24` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>HP Designjet 510 24` Printer</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>Fast printing: up to 3.5 min/page color A1/D size on coated media, 55 sec/page line drawings Prints HP-GL/2 and PLT files with click of a button Ideal for in-house printing of high-quality CAD drawings</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`aoid` type=`hidden` value=`35252` /> <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10432031` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`CH336A#B1K` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.shopping.hp.com/webapp/shopping/product_detail.do?product_code=CH336A#B1K&aoid=35252` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <p>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://hpshopping.speedera.net/www.shopping.hp.com/shopping/images/products/ch337a_300.jpg` border=`0` alt=`HP Designjet 510 42` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>HP Designjet 510 42` Printer</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>Fast printing: up to 3.5 min/page color A1/D size on coated media, 55 sec/page line drawings Prints HP-GL/2 and PLT files with click of a button Ideal for in-house printing of high-quality CAD drawings Supports roll sizes up to 18 x 42`</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`aoid` type=`hidden` value=`35252` /> <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10432031` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`CH337A#B1K` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.shopping.hp.com/webapp/shopping/product_detail.do?product_code=CH337A#B1K&aoid=35252` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left`>    <table style=`width: 733px; height: 446px;` border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`Gamblin Oil Paint 1` src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs061.snc6/167155_1691516220619_1619167147_31509180_6387782_n.jpg` alt=`Gamblin Oil Paint 1` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Phase 7: Now it is time for some painting!!!! I used the oil paint colors Ultramarine Blue, Venetian Red, Titanium White, Flake White, Transparent Earth Orange, Cadmium Red, Cadmium Yellow, Gold Ochre, Olive Green, Raw Siena, Lamp Black, Asphaltum, Caucasian Flesh Tone, and Alizarin Crimson Permanent. I started with the highlight areas I mixed a lot of Flake White in to the areas on the cheek (with the other colors. The ears and the lips recieved a lot of Cad. Red and Alizarin Crimson mixed with olive green and Tit. White and Lamp Black, </span></p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <p>  <table style=`width: 732px; height: 446px;` border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`Gamblin Oil Paint 2` src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs778.ash1/166819_1691516380623_1619167147_31509181_5964329_n.jpg` alt=`Gamblin Oil Paint 2` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Phase 7: (continued) The shadow areas were glazed (click on the image below to go to a video on how to glaze) Glazing is adding multiple layers of transparent paint atop opaque paint (see video).</span></p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left`>  <table style=`width: 729px; height: 477px;` border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <p><a href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HCprCnm__CY`><img title=`Gamblin Oil Paint 3` src=`https://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs289.snc6/181723_1691516500626_1619167147_31509182_3918788_n.jpg` alt=`Gamblin Oil Paint 3` width=`720` height=`405` /></a></p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Phase 7: (continued) The glazing colors that I used were Alizarin Crimson, Ultramarine Blue, Asphaltum, Transparent Earth Orange and Olive Green </span></p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <p>  <table style=`width: 733px; height: 963px;` border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`Gamblin Oil Paint 4` src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs268.snc6/179607_1691516700631_1619167147_31509183_5832974_n.jpg` alt=`Gamblin Oil Paint 4` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Below are two sets that I recommend for portrait artists (especially the accents on the figure set). The second set is good because it has several tubes of greys (extremely important to flesh tones)</span></p>  <p> </p>  <form action=`https://www.anrdoezrs.net/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/015/86/01586-2009-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Accents on the Figure Set` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Accents on the Figure Set</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>This set offers painters nine colors based on accents from Gamblin`s own Figure palette. The set contains the following materials: 9 oil colors in 37 ml (1.25 oz) tubes, including one each of Ultramarine Blue, Venetian Red, Flake White Replacement, Transparent Earth Orange, Gold Ochre, Olive Green, Asphaltum, Caucasian Flesh Tone, and Alizarin Permanent 2 oz (59 ml) of Galkyd SD 2 oz (59 ml) of Gamsol 2 oz (59 ml) of Neo Megilp Additional free sample oil color A DVD, `Navigating Color Space` Informational sheets and color charts</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`01586-2009` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/gamblin-oil-gift-sets/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=01586-2009` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></td>  <form action=`https://www.anrdoezrs.net/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`></form><img src=`https://www.lduhtrp.net/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` />  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/066/52/06652-1009-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Portrait Paint Set` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Portrait Paint Set</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>This set contains an assortment of brushes and oil paints that are ideal for the beginning portrait artist. Each brush contains the finest hog bristles, a nickel-plated ferrule, and a long polished handle. The set includes the following materials: 8 filbert brushes, including two each of sizes 2 and 6, and one each of sizes 4, 8, 10, and 12 1 round brush, size 10 10 Pro-Mix assorted portrait oil colors in 37 ml (1.25 oz) tubes, including one each of Dark 1, Dark 2, Halftone 1, Halftone 2, Light 1, Light 2, Light 3, Neutral 3, Neutral 5, and Neutral 7</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`06652-1009` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/john-howard-sanden-pro-mix-portrait-oil-colors/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=06652-1009` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <p>  <tbody>  </tbody>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`> </td>                                                                      </p> How to Draw Praying Hands Step by Step. <p><iframe src=`https://www.youtube.com/embed/XqdXjoozioo` width=`640` height=`390` frameborder=`0` scrolling=`auto`></iframe></p>  <table style=`width: 720px;` border=`0`>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* Across top */  google_ad_slot = `1049141337`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 15;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td> </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`Durer Hands 1` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs054.snc6/168433_1673331206005_1619167147_31477602_1012499_n.jpg` alt=`Durer Hands 1` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 1: Draw the three shapes that you see. The bottom resembles a bowl, the middle is trapezoidal the top is triangular. Together, these shapes resemble a christmas tree.</p>  <p><img title=`Durer Hands 2` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs268.snc6/179676_1673331566014_1619167147_31477604_4814853_n.jpg` alt=`Durer Hands 2` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 2: Add the double shape for the thumbs. Notice that the closer thumb is the exact height of the trapezoid.</p>  <p><img title=`Durer Hands 3` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs746.ash1/163808_1673331806020_1619167147_31477605_922311_n.jpg` alt=`Durer Hands 3` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 3: Add the palm of the right hand.</p>  <p><img title=`Durer Hands 4` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs756.ash1/164764_1673332326033_1619167147_31477606_7891868_n.jpg` alt=`Durer Hands 4` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 4: Add the fingers of the right hand.</p>  <p><img title=`Durer Hands 5` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs278.snc6/180629_1673332926048_1619167147_31477607_6600218_n.jpg` alt=`Durer Hands 5` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 5: Add the shapes at the bottom.</p>  <p><img title=`Durer Hands 6` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs778.ash1/166839_1673333286057_1619167147_31477608_500107_n.jpg` alt=`Durer Hands 6` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 6: This is a tricky and important step. We are carving out fingers. Use the lines left from previous steps as comparison points. Notice that the fingertips go above and outside of the triangle shape. Also notice where the lines that separate the fingers, end in the trapezoid shape. Here is a close up.</p>  <p><img title=`close up of step six durer hands` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs076.snc6/168643_1674016223130_1619167147_31479145_3638556_n.jpg` alt=`CLOSE UP of step six` width=`720` height=`500` /></p>  <p>CLOSE UP OF STEP 6</p>  <p><img title=`Durer Hands 7` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs273.snc6/180167_1673333486062_1619167147_31477609_5853192_n.jpg` alt=`Durer Hands 7` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 7: Add the details on the right hand. Here is a close up.</p>  <p><img title=`Durer Hands 7` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs799.ash1/168908_1674050743993_1619167147_31479305_1992012_n.jpg` alt=`Durer Hands 7` width=`720` height=`498` /></p>  <p>CLOSE UP OF STEP 7</p>  <p><img title=`Durer Hands 8` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs048.snc6/167890_1674046343883_1619167147_31479283_3758672_n.jpg` alt=`Durer Hands 8` width=`720` height=`585` /></p>  <p>Step 8: Now, we are going to put in the shapes for shading. DO NOT feel the pressure to be exact. If its slightly different than mine, IT IS OK!!!!.....Lets start with the thumb. Add the shadow shapes that you see. DO NOT press too hard on the pencil.</p>  <p><img title=`Durer Hands 9` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs794.ash1/168402_1674046623890_1619167147_31479284_4132747_n.jpg` alt=`Durer Hands 9` width=`720` height=`623` /></p>  <p>Step 9: Add the shading to the lower part of the left hand.</p>  <p> <img title=`Durer Hands 10` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs773.ash1/166355_1674046783894_1619167147_31479286_3084557_n.jpg` alt=`Durer Hands 10` width=`720` height=`654` /></p>  <p>Step 10: Shade the middle of the right hand.</p>  <p><img title=`Durer Hands 11` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs1395.snc4/164755_1674047023900_1619167147_31479287_760970_n.jpg` alt=`Durer Hands 11` width=`720` height=`635` /></p>  <p>Step 11: Shade lightly between the fingers.</p>  <p><img title=`Durer Hands 12 Draw Fingernails` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs765.ash1/165661_1674047423910_1619167147_31479290_1819087_n.jpg` alt=`Durer Hands 12 Draw Fingernails` width=`720` height=`597` /></p>  <p>Step 12: Add the fingernails and the oval shapes at mid finger. Notice that the oval shapes are not parallel with each other.</p>  <p><img title=`Durer Hands 13` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs756.ash1/164717_1674047583914_1619167147_31479292_1609443_n.jpg` alt=`Durer Hands 13` width=`720` height=`600` /></p>  <p>Step 13 Add the shading to the palm and wrist of the left hand.</p>  <p><img title=`Durer Hands 14` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs260.snc6/180884_1674047783919_1619167147_31479293_1467093_n.jpg` alt=`Durer Hands 14` width=`720` height=`622` /></p>  <p>Step 14: Add the shading to the top of the left hand.</p>  <p><img title=`Durer Hands 15` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs892.ash1/180078_1674048063926_1619167147_31479295_4396788_n.jpg` alt=`Durer Hands 15` width=`720` height=`598` /></p>  <p>Step 15 Shade the fingers of the left hand.</p>  <p> <img title=`16` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs793.ash1/168296_1674218868196_1619167147_31479643_2810109_n.jpg` alt=`durer 16` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p> </p>  <form action=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`>`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/222/06/22206-0159-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`15-Piece Drawing Set` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>15-Piece Drawing Set</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Faber-Castell makes the best drawing pencils. These pencils are mixed with graphite and clay and enhance an artists ability to create and layer dark tones. You will see me use this set in almost all of my videos.  </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22206-0159` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/faber-castell-9000-pencils/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22206-0159-8888` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.anrdoezrs.net/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/204/43/20443-2061-1-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Lyra Graphite Crayons` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Lyra Graphite Crayons</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Do you ever get TIRED of shading with a fine `tip` pencil? Get my `point`? This tool will save you time and money.</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>Click `MORE` to see me use this product in a video-</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`20443-2091` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/lyra-graphite-crayons/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=20443-2091` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/050/80/05080-9002-2-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Robert Simmons White Sable Brushes` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Robert Simmons White Sable Brushes</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>: Robert Simmons brushes get better with age. These synthetic brushes collect particles of graphite as they are rubbed on a piece of paper. This enables me to softly move and blend tones. Most often I use the `Flat Size 10` brush but it helps to have a variety of sizes and shapes. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`05824-1010` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/robert-simmons-white-sable-brushes/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=05824-1010` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` />  <p> </p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.kqzyfj.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/228/66/22866-1059-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Loew-Cornell Blending Stumps` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Loew-Cornell Blending Stumps</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>- INVALUBLE tools for blending! These will cost you LESS than a trip on the subway (Less than 2 dollars) and enhance your shading capacity substantially! I like Leow-Cornell because the stump is more compact and the tips do not wear as easily as other brands. I use these tools in almost every one of my videos.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22866-4014` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/loew-cornell-blending-stumps/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22866-4014` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/102/09/10209-OC3-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>: Really, I DARE YOU, try to find a better value than this one! 500 sheets of 80LB (thick) drawing paper for $11.50. AMAZING DEAL!......If you use computer paper to create your drawings, you are ROBBING yourself from seeing what you can really do! This paper has more `tooth` (texture on the surface) than computer paper and your ability to shade will be enhanced. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`10209-1033` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/blick-white-sulphite-drawing-paper/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=10209-1033` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <p>Step 16: Use the blending stump (tortillion) to smudge the edges of the shapes (see the process in the video above)</p>  <p><img title=`17` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs070.snc6/168047_1674219028200_1619167147_31479644_4343418_n.jpg` alt=`17` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 17: Fingers are rounded shapes. Use the blending stump to smudge the lines between the fingers. Leave some space for a highlight towards the left (your left); where the light is coming from.</p>  <p><img title=`18` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs060.snc6/169064_1674219428210_1619167147_31479646_6535733_n.jpg` alt=`18` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 18: The shading should get darker as you move from left to right. Press a little harder and use the higher number B pencils. I used a 2B and 6B pencil as I progressed.  </p>  <p><img title=`19` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs782.ash1/167243_1674219628215_1619167147_31479647_941782_n.jpg` alt=`19` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 19: By now, your drawing should look similar to this. The bony structure of the back of the hand is starting to get `defined`. Use your eraser and HB pencil to draw what you see here. Do your best, this is a DIFFICULT task; but it gets easier if you look back at your reference image often.</p>  <p><img title=`20` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs1379.snc4/163128_1674219828220_1619167147_31479648_1730429_n.jpg` alt=`20` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 20: Now, Start pressing a little bit harder with your B pencils (2B.3B,4B,5B,6B,7B,8B). Focus on the edges.</p>  <p><img title=`21` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs244.snc6/179198_1674219948223_1619167147_31479649_5796085_n.jpg` alt=`21` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 21: NOTICE the DIFFERENCE of EDGES. They are NOT all the same!!!!!! Some are hard, some are soft, some are dark, some are light.</p>  <p><img title=`22` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs256.snc6/180424_1674220068226_1619167147_31479650_5560287_n.jpg` alt=`22` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 22: USE THE ERASER! It is a fantastic drawing tool. In the video you will see me use a kneaded eraser as well as the one on the back of a pencil.</p>  <p><img title=`23` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs1379.snc4/163182_1674220348233_1619167147_31479651_7406232_n.jpg` alt=`23` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 23 is optional. I decided to shade the background to bring the highlights out on the hand. WHITE highlights on WHITE background does not work!!!!!!</p>  <p><img title=`24` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs242.snc6/179055_1674220548238_1619167147_31479652_1447507_n.jpg` alt=`24` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 24: Its OK to use your fingers..........Sometimes......but especially at the end of a drawing rather than the beginning (the oils in your hand will affect the paper at the beginning of a drawing).</p>  <p>I also dedided (very late) to add the shirt sleeve. MY BAD!!! See the video (above) for tips on this.</p>  <p><img title=`durer hands finished` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs781.ash1/167163_1674259549213_1619167147_31479733_7062518_n.jpg` alt=`durer hands finished` width=`711` height=`460` /></p>  <p>FINISHED!!!!</p>  <p> </p>  <p> </p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table> Art Contest Jan 2011. <p>  <object width=`560` height=`340` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/lVl0LuPhOWU?fs=1&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/lVl0LuPhOWU?fs=1&hl=en_US` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* Across top */  google_ad_slot = `1049141337`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 15;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p>  <table style=`width: 841px; height: 208px;` border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td><span dir=`ltr`><span style=`font-size: small;`><strong>About the Contest:</strong> (Narration from Video) `You`ve asked for it, so lets start the new year in a fun way by having an Art Contest! Here is your challenge question: `What did my channel mascot, Little Old Man look like when he was a young man?` To answer this challenge, you can use any media that you want - be creative and have some fun.....etc..... Remember you have over 140 videos to help you with this task on my channel. When I judge the artwork, I will be looking for humor and creativity but your artwork will have to resemble a younger version of Little Old Man. But Merrill, whats the prize? I will make a pencil portrait and a step by step video of the winner so that the world can draw YOU! I will also feature the winning artwork and the winners youtube channel in an upcoming video. Now for the rules so listen carefully. You will need to follow all three of these rules to win. 1.) Post the words `Im in` in the comments section of this video. 2.) You have to be a subscriber to kazanjianm to be entered, so hit the subscribe button in the video if you haven`t subscribed yet. 3.) You can post your entries in one of two places. Your first option is to take a video of your entry and post it as a video response to this video. Your second option is to post your entry to my facebook like page- If you do that, make sure to submit your entry with your channel name. Just hit the link in the video description or visit my channel page to get to my facebook like page. The deadline for entries is January 15, 2011! I cant wait to see the artwork and I will respond to every single entry. Happy new year everybody!`</span></span></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  <table border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <p> </p>  <p><a href=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs069.snc4/34830_10150359850800584_879515583_16693241_1512067_n.jpg`><img title=`Sahar Ashiq` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs069.snc4/34830_10150359850800584_879515583_16693241_1512067_n.jpg` alt=`Sahar Ashiq` width=`128` height=`202` /></a></p>  <p>by Sahar Ashiq</p>  </td>  <td>  <p><a href=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs022.snc6/165210_184418364919164_100000530053305_583471_5494594_n.jpg`><img title=`Derek Rickard` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs022.snc6/165210_184418364919164_100000530053305_583471_5494594_n.jpg` alt=`Derek Rickard` width=`141` height=`186` /></a></p>  <p>by Derek Rickard</p>  </td>  <td>  <p> </p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center`><a href=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs780.ash1/167066_182055701818260_100000414948907_549997_5808129_n.jpg`><img title=`Megan Hood` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs780.ash1/167066_182055701818260_100000414948907_549997_5808129_n.jpg` alt=`Megan Hood` width=`256` height=`168` /></a></p>  <p>by Megan Hood</p>  </td>  <td>  <p> <a href=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs070.snc6/168007_179292245437054_100000688396587_505117_6202784_n.jpg`><img title=`kwinkbeatz` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs070.snc6/168007_179292245437054_100000688396587_505117_6202784_n.jpg` alt=`kwinkbeatz` width=`117` height=`238` /></a></p>  <p>by Kwinkbeatz</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p> </p>  <p><a href=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs737.ash1/163027_1754652876249_1536761553_1792830_6865877_n.jpg`><img title=`Chloë Stoddard ` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs737.ash1/163027_1754652876249_1536761553_1792830_6865877_n.jpg` alt=`Chloë Stoddard ` width=`118` height=`184` /></a></p>  <p>by Chloe Stoddard</p>  </td>  <td>  <p> <a href=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs018.snc6/166824_1799660273058_1286335252_32028992_6570956_n.jpg`><img title=`Brittany Nicole DeJesus ` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs018.snc6/166824_1799660273058_1286335252_32028992_6570956_n.jpg` alt=`Brittany Nicole DeJesus ` width=`128` height=`178` /></a></p>  <p>by Brittany Nicole DeJesus</p>  </td>  <td>   <p>  <object width=`327` height=`178` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/iRFJdE-T_cI?fs=1&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/iRFJdE-T_cI?fs=1&hl=en_US` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p>by OrangeMonkey92 AKA- Serafin Ureno</p>  </td>  <td>  <p> <a href=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs757.ash1/164841_1383816055416_1832451711_758891_7491821_n.jpg`><img title=`Serafin Ureno` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs757.ash1/164841_1383816055416_1832451711_758891_7491821_n.jpg` alt=`Serafin Ureno` width=`122` height=`132` /></a></p>  <p>by Serafin Ureno</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p> <a href=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs1354.snc4/162679_143898565667711_100001427049256_258861_5638814_n.jpg`><img title=`Rosemarie Hathaway ` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs1354.snc4/162679_143898565667711_100001427049256_258861_5638814_n.jpg` alt=`Rosemarie Hathaway ` width=`118` height=`205` /></a></p>  <p>by Rosemarie Hathaway</p>  </td>  <td>  <p> <a href=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs1359.snc4/163156_163395613706022_100001067548279_314088_6906031_n.jpg`><img title=`Ashan Naeem` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs1359.snc4/163156_163395613706022_100001067548279_314088_6906031_n.jpg` alt=`Ashan Naeem` width=`133` height=`179` /></a></p>  <p>by Ashan Naeem</p>  </td>  <td>  <p>    <object width=`303` height=`239` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/wK0MmEQEQ3k?fs=1&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/wK0MmEQEQ3k?fs=1&hl=en_US` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`> </p>  <p>by Joaquin Alfonso N. Guiang</p>  </td>  <td>  <p> <a href=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs796.ash1/168667_191319220879116_100000031173778_725167_431817_n.jpg`><img title=`by Flav Allen` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs796.ash1/168667_191319220879116_100000031173778_725167_431817_n.jpg` alt=`by Flav Allen` width=`134` height=`198` /></a></p>  <p>by Flav Allen</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>   <p><a href=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs062.snc6/167238_184899878200509_100000414948907_572313_1362736_n.jpg`><img title=`Megan Hood` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs062.snc6/167238_184899878200509_100000414948907_572313_1362736_n.jpg` alt=`Megan Hood` width=`149` height=`235` /></a></p>  <p>by Megan Hood</p>  </td>  <td>  <p> <a href=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs031.snc6/166173_1663306436833_1662401059_1495318_4690958_n.jpg`><img title=`Bassam Yassin` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs031.snc6/166173_1663306436833_1662401059_1495318_4690958_n.jpg` alt=`Bassam Yassin` width=`151` height=`199` /></a></p>  <p>by Bassam Yassin</p>  </td>  <td>  <p>    <object width=`311` height=`193` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/WWkMc3uzR8U?fs=1&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/WWkMc3uzR8U?fs=1&hl=en_US` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p>by dime71bag</p>  </td>  <td>  <p> <a href=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs781.ash1/167177_1406834790354_1816959659_769435_8288952_n.jpg`><img title=`Christian Valenzuela` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs781.ash1/167177_1406834790354_1816959659_769435_8288952_n.jpg` alt=`Christian Valenzuela` width=`129` height=`181` /></a></p>  <p>by Cristian Valenzuela</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p> <a href=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs075.snc6/168543_189591661053374_100000076231879_743773_1352393_n.jpg`><img title=`Joaquin Alfonso N. Guiang ` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs075.snc6/168543_189591661053374_100000076231879_743773_1352393_n.jpg` alt=`Joaquin Alfonso N. Guiang ` width=`142` height=`177` /></a></p>  <p>by Joaquin Alfonso N. Guiang</p>  </td>  <td>  <p> <a href=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs053.snc6/168352_1790987091317_1138826311_32043631_2565481_n.jpg`><img title=`Paprika Kofoed Christiansen` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs053.snc6/168352_1790987091317_1138826311_32043631_2565481_n.jpg` alt=`Paprika Kofoed Christiansen` width=`172` height=`200` /></a></p>  <p>by Paprika Kofoed Christiansen</p>  </td>  <td>  <p> <a href=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs063.snc6/167391_1819842378630_1317286485_2037374_3640567_n.jpg`></a></p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`><img title=`Felix Martinez` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs063.snc6/167391_1819842378630_1317286485_2037374_3640567_n.jpg` alt=`Felix Martinez` width=`241` height=`142` /></p>  <p>by Felix Martinez</p>  </td>  <td>  <p> <a href=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs775.ash1/166572_1479637722649_1584970858_30989456_7680238_n.jpg`><img title=`Abigail Kay` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs775.ash1/166572_1479637722649_1584970858_30989456_7680238_n.jpg` alt=`Abigail Kay` width=`135` height=`205` /></a></p>  <p>by Abigail Kay</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p> <a href=`https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?op=1&view=global&subj=171813959504976&pid=31128561&id=1473105924&oid=171813959504976`><img title=`Mitchell Jurich` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs1357.snc4/162946_191701550844643_100000143990631_779711_4338184_n.jpg` alt=`Mitchell Jurich` width=`127` height=`175` /></a></p>  <p>by Mitchell Jurich</p>  </td>  <td>  <p> <a href=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs782.ash1/167234_1734519076982_1058720217_31951093_5009011_n.jpg`><img title=`Savvas Papadopoulos ` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs782.ash1/167234_1734519076982_1058720217_31951093_5009011_n.jpg` alt=`Savvas Papadopoulos ` width=`137` height=`194` /></a></p>  <p>by Savvas Papadopoulos</p>  </td>  <td>  <p> <a href=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs1357.snc4/162980_143705632351003_100001347000036_211367_5546144_n.jpg`></a></p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`><img title=`Zyad Elmaghraby` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs1357.snc4/162980_143705632351003_100001347000036_211367_5546144_n.jpg` alt=`Zyad Elmaghraby` width=`247` height=`180` /></p>  <p>by Zyad Elmaghraby</p>  </td>  <td>  <p> <a href=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs786.ash1/167663_179166282105682_100000369332166_499481_6101162_n.jpg`><img title=`Viktor Lunde` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs786.ash1/167663_179166282105682_100000369332166_499481_6101162_n.jpg` alt=`Viktor Lunde` width=`138` height=`116` /></a></p>  <p>by Viktor Lunde</p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  <p> </p>  <p>                                                               <a href=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/click-3724826-805532?sid=2858963` target=`_top`><img src=`https://www.lduhtrp.net/image-3724826-805532` border=`0` alt=`www.DickBlick.com` width=`468` height=`60` /></a></p>  <p> </p>  <p>  <table border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <p><a href=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs042.snc6/167285_490312076440_628041440_6301141_5369604_n.jpg`><img title=`Joey Ingland` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs042.snc6/167285_490312076440_628041440_6301141_5369604_n.jpg` alt=`Joey Ingland` width=`148` height=`220` /></a></p>  <p>by Joey Ingland </p>  </td>  <td>  <p><a href=`https://l17.sphotos.l3.fbcdn.net/hphotos-l3-ash1/hs762.ash1/165332_188232411187683_100000027750957_706263_5920549_n.jpg`><img title=`Joe Geran` src=`https://l17.sphotos.l3.fbcdn.net/hphotos-l3-ash1/hs762.ash1/165332_188232411187683_100000027750957_706263_5920549_n.jpg` alt=`Joe Geran` width=`178` height=`192` /></a></p>  <p>by Joe Geran </p>  </td>  <td>  <p><a href=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs014.snc6/166406_172712536097260_100000755441069_329308_5096794_n.jpg`><img title=`Gianni Wackenier` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs014.snc6/166406_172712536097260_100000755441069_329308_5096794_n.jpg` alt=`Gianni Wackenier` width=`214` height=`165` /></a></p>  <p>by Gianni Wackenier</p>  </td>  <td>  <p> <a href=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs015.snc6/166544_482027668421_647818421_6089335_157211_n.jpg`><img title=`Elis Diaz` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs015.snc6/166544_482027668421_647818421_6089335_157211_n.jpg` alt=`Elis Diaz` width=`124` height=`215` /></a></p>  <p>by Elis Diaz</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p> <a href=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs072.snc6/168263_1768496530164_1171736503_2075024_3844556_n.jpg`><img title=`Daniel Galindo` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs072.snc6/168263_1768496530164_1171736503_2075024_3844556_n.jpg` alt=`Daniel Galindo` width=`175` height=`197` /></a></p>  <p>by Daniel Galindo</p>  </td>  <td>  <p> <a href=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs1386.snc4/163894_119019454835355_100001819045362_118137_7710477_n.jpg`><img title=`Anthony Pavlovsky` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs1386.snc4/163894_119019454835355_100001819045362_118137_7710477_n.jpg` alt=`Anthony Pavlovsky` width=`153` height=`247` /></a></p>  <p>by Anthony Pavlovsky</p>  </td>  <td>  <p> <img title=`Tyler Lucas` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs046.snc6/167659_1811905344324_1440728297_32074076_2681467_n.jpg` alt=`Tyler Lucas` width=`195` height=`270` /></p>  <p><a href=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/click-3724826-805532?sid=2858963` target=`_top`></a> </p>  <p>by Tyler Lucas</p>  </td>  <td>  <p> <a href=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs032.snc6/166214_158536300861230_100001145838374_285401_363959_n.jpg`><img title=`Luboslav Bachev ` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs032.snc6/166214_158536300861230_100001145838374_285401_363959_n.jpg` alt=`Luboslav Bachev ` width=`144` height=`205` /></a></p>  <p>by Luboslav Bachev AKA PROMISTOR</p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <p><a href=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/click-3724826-805532?sid=2858963` target=`_top`></a> </p>  <p>                                              <a href=`https://www.anrdoezrs.net/click-3724826-10688774?sid=2858963` target=`_top`><img src=`https://www.tqlkg.com/image-3724826-10688774` border=`0` alt=`` width=`468` height=`90` /></a></p>  <p>  <table border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <p>  <object width=`278` height=`207` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/4yoZKA3JKck?fs=1&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/4yoZKA3JKck?fs=1&hl=en_US` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p>by Brittany Nicole DeJesus</p>   </td>  <td>  <p>  <object width=`358` height=`262` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/PDso3cGbeOU?fs=1&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/PDso3cGbeOU?fs=1&hl=en_US` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p>by abc97able</p>     <p><a href=`https://www.anrdoezrs.net/click-3724826-10688774?sid=2858963` target=`_top`></a> </p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>   <p>  <object width=`348` height=`228` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/D3W5z0eYokY?fs=1&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/D3W5z0eYokY?fs=1&hl=en_US` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p>by Mscrazyredhead</p>  </td>  <td>  <p>    <object width=`382` height=`228` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/-tLtApqsZZ8?fs=1&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/-tLtApqsZZ8?fs=1&hl=en_US` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p>by littleguymagic</p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <p>    <table border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <p><a href=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs1368.snc4/164095_187977941213130_100000027750957_704078_7823503_n.jpg`><img title=`Joe Geran 2` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs1368.snc4/164095_187977941213130_100000027750957_704078_7823503_n.jpg` alt=`Joe Geran 2` width=`284` height=`246` /></a></p>  <p>by Joe Geran</p>  <p> </p>  </td>  <td>  <p><a href=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs040.snc6/167080_191517284194366_100000082883072_711855_2969938_n.jpg`><img title=`Marte Noface Formo` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs040.snc6/167080_191517284194366_100000082883072_711855_2969938_n.jpg` alt=`Marte Noface Formo` width=`190` height=`117` /></a>      <a href=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs794.ash1/168397_183529605008644_100000548178255_560319_5684160_n.jpg`><img title=`Mike Perino` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs794.ash1/168397_183529605008644_100000548178255_560319_5684160_n.jpg` alt=`Mike Perino` width=`123` height=`188` /></a></p>  <p>by Marte Noface Formo                         by Mike Perino</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p>  <object width=`367` height=`223` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/VDagugYfLOI?fs=1&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/VDagugYfLOI?fs=1&hl=en_US` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p>by Jordan French AKA stonecoldjordan</p>  <p> </p>  <p> </p>  </td>  <td>  <p>  <object width=`353` height=`260` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/ha_YxfUT_xg?fs=1&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/ha_YxfUT_xg?fs=1&hl=en_US` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p>by SuperNikolai1996</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>   <p>  <object width=`379` height=`200` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/q4hNHUCkiuk?fs=1&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/q4hNHUCkiuk?fs=1&hl=en_US` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p>by by Anthony Pavlovsky</p>  </td>  <td>   <p>  <object width=`364` height=`211` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/y0JvFuuLr7w?fs=1&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/y0JvFuuLr7w?fs=1&hl=en_US` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p>by Tyler Lucas</p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <p> </p>  <p>    <table border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`Sherif Diro ` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs736.ash1/162904_10150097567208057_569403056_5931450_6902927_n.jpg` alt=`Sherif Diro ` width=`183` height=`312` /></p>  <p>by Sherif Diro</p>  </td>  <td>  <p><img title=`Ahsan Naeem ` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs1362.snc4/163477_163925993652984_100001067548279_316566_6239964_n.jpg` alt=`Ahsan Naeem ` width=`296` height=`391` /></p>  <p>by Ashan Naeem</p>  </td>  <td>  <p><img title=`Dwayne Smith` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs742.ash1/163480_144456742277048_100001381704074_262026_1477277_n.jpg` alt=`Dwayne Smith` width=`265` height=`372` /></p>  <p>by Dwayne Smith</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> </td>  <td> </td>  <td> </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <p> </p>  <p><strong>THE WINNING ENTRY WAS SUBMITTED BY MR. SERAFIN URENO (orangemonkey92)! Congratulations!!!!! </strong></p>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* Across top */  google_ad_slot = `1049141337`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 15;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p>  <p>  <object width=`640` height=`385` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/iRFJdE-T_cI?fs=1&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/iRFJdE-T_cI?fs=1&hl=en_US` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p> How to Draw Dr. Martin Luther King Step by Step (MLK). <p>  <object width=`480` height=`385` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/ZNFXpLfVnzs?fs=1&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/ZNFXpLfVnzs?fs=1&hl=en_US` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <!-- v:* {behavior:url(#default#VML);} o:* {behavior:url(#default#VML);} w:* {behavior:url(#default#VML);} .shape {behavior:url(#default#VML);} --><!-- /* Style Definitions */ p.MsoNormal, li.MsoNormal, div.MsoNormal 	{mso-style-parent:``; 	margin:0in; 	margin-bottom:.0001pt; 	mso-pagination:widow-orphan; 	font-size:12.0pt; 	font-family:`Times New Roman`; 	mso-fareast-font-family:`Times New Roman`;} span.SpellE 	{mso-style-name:``; 	mso-spl-e:yes;} span.GramE 	{mso-style-name:``; 	mso-gram-e:yes;} @page Section1 	{size:8.5in 11.0in; 	margin:1.0in 1.25in 1.0in 1.25in; 	mso-header-margin:.5in; 	mso-footer-margin:.5in; 	mso-paper-source:0;} div.Section1 	{page:Section1;} -->  <div class=`Section1`>  <p class=`MsoNormal`><a href=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs782.ash1/167258_1655931811031_1619167147_31444518_5784060_n.jpg`></a></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal`> </p>  <p class=`MsoNormal`>  <table style=`width: 767px; height: 985px;` border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <p style=`text-align: center;`>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 728x90, created 3/31/10 */  google_ad_slot = `0328825729`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 90;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p>  <p><img title=`mlk1` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs782.ash1/167258_1655931811031_1619167147_31444518_5784060_n.jpg` alt=`mlk1` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 1: In step <span class=`GramE`>one we</span> are going to make shapes which will eventually become the eye. Both shapes look like a skinny <span class=`SpellE`>pac</span> man eating an almond. Be sure to notice that there is a slight difference between the two shapes. Use your observation skills because each shape is not symmetrical. Here is a close up.</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`><img title=`mlk2` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs040.snc6/167045_1655932051037_1619167147_31444520_5905406_n.jpg` alt=`mlk2` width=`720` height=`405` /></span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal`><a href=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs040.snc6/167045_1655932051037_1619167147_31444520_5905406_n.jpg`></a></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 2: Draw in the pupil and iris. Notice that you can see the bottom of the circle for the pupil and iris but not the top.</span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal`><span style=`font-size: medium;`><img title=`mlk3` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs778.ash1/166822_1655932291043_1619167147_31444522_7352089_n.jpg` alt=`mlk3` width=`720` height=`405` /></span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 3: Draw in the nose shape and the extra shapes for the shadows around it. The height of this shape should be about one third the height of the <span class=`SpellE`>pac</span> man shapes from step one. The width should be exactly as wide as the <span class=`SpellE`>pac</span> man/eye shape on your left. Notice that the nose shape does not attach to the eye shape.</span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal`><span style=`font-size: medium;`><img title=`mlk4` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash2/hs045.ash2/35588_1655932491048_1619167147_31444524_5001730_n.jpg` alt=`mlk4` width=`720` height=`405` /></span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 4: Add the quadruple shape that you see. The top shape will be Dr. King`s moustache which looks like a flattened M shape. The second shape from the top will be a highlight between the moustache and the top lip. The third shape resembles a lightning bolt and will be the top lip. The fourth shape is the bottom lip. Notice that it is bowl shaped and slightly thicker than the top lip. <span style=`mso-spacerun: yes;`> </span></span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal`><span style=`font-size: medium;`><span style=`mso-spacerun: yes;`><img title=`mlk5` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs062.snc6/167284_1655932691053_1619167147_31444526_7914222_n.jpg` alt=`mlk5` width=`720` height=`405` /></span></span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 5: Add the shape of the forehead. This shape is about twice as tall as the <span class=`SpellE`>pac</span> man shape for the eye to the left.</span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal`><span style=`font-size: medium;`><img title=`mlk 6` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs800.ash1/169015_1655932851057_1619167147_31444527_5362982_n.jpg` alt=`mlk 6` width=`720` height=`405` /></span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 6: <span class=`SpellE`>Dont</span> freak out! Calm down! Add the shape for the outline of the head and hair. Focus on the edge of the head. The lines for the shadow on the face DO NOT have to be perfect but the outside has to be close. I repeat, focus your efforts on the outline of the head.</span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal`><span style=`font-size: medium;`><img title=`MLK7` src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/165623_1655933211066_1619167147_31444530_3468001_n.jpg` alt=`MLK7` width=`720` height=`405` /></span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 7: Add the ear shape and the outline for the rest of the face.</span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal`><span style=`font-size: medium;`><img title=`MLK8` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs006.snc6/165623_1655933211066_1619167147_31444530_3468001_n.jpg` alt=`MLK8` width=`720` height=`405` /></span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 8: Add the shape for the clothing. It is going to be in heavy shadow so just go for the general shape and <span class=`SpellE`>dont</span> stress out if <span class=`GramE`>its</span> not perfect.</span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal`><span style=`font-size: medium;`><img title=`mlk9` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs032.snc6/166255_1655933451072_1619167147_31444532_4778613_n.jpg` alt=`mlk9` width=`720` height=`405` /></span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 9: Complete the clothing. Again, it will be in heavy shadow so <span class=`SpellE`>dont</span> become a perfectionist for this step. <span style=`mso-spacerun: yes;`> </span></span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal`><span style=`font-size: medium;`><span style=`mso-spacerun: yes;`><img title=`MLK 10` src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/164032_1655944611351_1619167147_31444606_1195306_n.jpg` alt=`MLK 10` width=`720` height=`405` /></span></span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 10: Fix the ear and the hairline.</span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal`> </p>  <p class=`MsoNormal`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 728x90, created 3/31/10 */  google_ad_slot = `0328825729`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 90;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </span></p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <p class=`MsoNormal`>  <table style=`width: 770px; height: 22px;` border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td><img title=`supplies` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs064.snc6/167478_1658772002034_1619167147_31450672_5890404_n.jpg` alt=`supplies` width=`720` height=`284` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  </div>  <p> </p>  <form action=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`>`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/222/06/22206-0159-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`15-Piece Drawing Set` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>15-Piece Drawing Set</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Faber-Castell makes the best drawing pencils. These pencils are mixed with graphite and clay and enhance an artists ability to create and layer dark tones. You will see me use this set in almost all of my videos.  </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22206-0159` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/faber-castell-9000-pencils/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22206-0159-8888` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.anrdoezrs.net/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/204/43/20443-2061-1-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Lyra Graphite Crayons` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Lyra Graphite Crayons</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Do you ever get TIRED of shading with a fine `tip` pencil? Get my `point`? This tool will save you time and money.</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>Click `MORE` to see me use this product in a video-</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`20443-2091` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/lyra-graphite-crayons/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=20443-2091` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/050/80/05080-9002-2-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Robert Simmons White Sable Brushes` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Robert Simmons White Sable Brushes</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>: Robert Simmons brushes get better with age. These synthetic brushes collect particles of graphite as they are rubbed on a piece of paper. This enables me to softly move and blend tones. Most often I use the `Flat Size 10` brush but it helps to have a variety of sizes and shapes. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`05824-1010` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/robert-simmons-white-sable-brushes/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=05824-1010` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` />  <p> </p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.kqzyfj.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/228/66/22866-1059-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Loew-Cornell Blending Stumps` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Loew-Cornell Blending Stumps</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>- INVALUBLE tools for blending! These will cost you LESS than a trip on the subway (Less than 2 dollars) and enhance your shading capacity substantially! I like Leow-Cornell because the stump is more compact and the tips do not wear as easily as other brands. I use these tools in almost every one of my videos.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22866-4014` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/loew-cornell-blending-stumps/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22866-4014` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/102/09/10209-OC3-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>: Really, I DARE YOU, try to find a better value than this one! 500 sheets of 80LB (thick) drawing paper for $11.50. AMAZING DEAL!......If you use computer paper to create your drawings, you are ROBBING yourself from seeing what you can really do! This paper has more `tooth` (texture on the surface) than computer paper and your ability to shade will be enhanced. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`10209-1033` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/blick-white-sulphite-drawing-paper/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=10209-1033` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  <p> </p>  <p>  <table border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`mlk11` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash2/hs029.ash2/34818_1658768801954_1619167147_31450659_843106_n.jpg` alt=`mlk11` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`mlk12` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs792.ash1/168290_1658769921982_1619167147_31450660_1162600_n.jpg` alt=`mlk12` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`mlk13` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs034.snc6/166493_1658770041985_1619167147_31450661_8102181_n.jpg` alt=`lk13` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`mlk` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs739.ash1/163150_1658770161988_1619167147_31450662_1128863_n.jpg` alt=`mlk` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`mlk15` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs764.ash1/165547_1658770321992_1619167147_31450663_7631109_n.jpg` alt=`mlk15` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`mlk16` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs002.snc6/165280_1658770521997_1619167147_31450664_5590570_n.jpg` alt=`mlk16` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`mlk17` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs783.ash1/167370_1658770802004_1619167147_31450665_286491_n.jpg` alt=`mlk17` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`mlk18` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs075.snc6/168497_1658770962008_1619167147_31450666_6271147_n.jpg` alt=`mlk18` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`mlk19` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs050.snc6/168007_1658771082011_1619167147_31450667_1560200_n.jpg` alt=`mlk19` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`mlk20` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs795.ash1/168529_1658771202014_1619167147_31450668_581094_n.jpg` alt=`mlk20` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`mlk21` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs744.ash1/163626_1658771442020_1619167147_31450669_6105578_n.jpg` alt=`mlk21` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`mlk23` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs795.ash1/168520_1658771762028_1619167147_31450670_7295903_n.jpg` alt=`mlk23` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`mlk24` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs1356.snc4/162834_1658771922032_1619167147_31450671_900709_n.jpg` alt=`mlk24` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p> How to Draw a Nerd Face Step by Step. <p>  <object width=`640` height=`385` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/MuCqrKBpUq0?fs=1&hl=en_US&color1=0x5d1719&color2=0xcd311b` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/MuCqrKBpUq0?fs=1&hl=en_US&color1=0x5d1719&color2=0xcd311b` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* Across top */  google_ad_slot = `1049141337`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 15;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`> Above: A Step by Step Video, demonstrating how to draw a REALLY NERDY dude!</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Below: The materials that I used to make this drawing.</span></p>  <form action=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`>`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/222/06/22206-0159-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`15-Piece Drawing Set` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>15-Piece Drawing Set</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Faber-Castell makes the best drawing pencils. These pencils are mixed with graphite and clay and enhance an artists ability to create and layer dark tones. You will see me use this set in almost all of my videos.  </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22206-0159` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/faber-castell-9000-pencils/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22206-0159-8888` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.anrdoezrs.net/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/204/43/20443-2061-1-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Lyra Graphite Crayons` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Lyra Graphite Crayons</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Do you ever get TIRED of shading with a fine `tip` pencil? Get my `point`? This tool will save you time and money.</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>Click `MORE` to see me use this product in a video-</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`20443-2091` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/lyra-graphite-crayons/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=20443-2091` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/050/80/05080-9002-2-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Robert Simmons White Sable Brushes` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Robert Simmons White Sable Brushes</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>: Robert Simmons brushes get better with age. These synthetic brushes collect particles of graphite as they are rubbed on a piece of paper. This enables me to softly move and blend tones. Most often I use the `Flat Size 10` brush but it helps to have a variety of sizes and shapes. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`05824-1010` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/robert-simmons-white-sable-brushes/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=05824-1010` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` />  <p> </p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.kqzyfj.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/228/66/22866-1059-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Loew-Cornell Blending Stumps` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Loew-Cornell Blending Stumps</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>- INVALUBLE tools for blending! These will cost you LESS than a trip on the subway (Less than 2 dollars) and enhance your shading capacity substantially! I like Leow-Cornell because the stump is more compact and the tips do not wear as easily as other brands. I use these tools in almost every one of my videos.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22866-4014` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/loew-cornell-blending-stumps/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22866-4014` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/102/09/10209-OC3-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>: Really, I DARE YOU, try to find a better value than this one! 500 sheets of 80LB (thick) drawing paper for $11.50. AMAZING DEAL!......If you use computer paper to create your drawings, you are ROBBING yourself from seeing what you can really do! This paper has more `tooth` (texture on the surface) than computer paper and your ability to shade will be enhanced. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`10209-1033` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/blick-white-sulphite-drawing-paper/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=10209-1033` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p> How to Draw a Skull Step by Step. <table style=`width: 644px; height: 608px;` border=`0` align=`left`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>   <p>  <object width=`716` height=`447` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/H-M1AC3iLLQ?fs=1&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/H-M1AC3iLLQ?fs=1&hl=en_US` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 728x90, created 5/25/10 */  google_ad_slot = `6501615489`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 90;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p>  <p><span dir=`ltr`>Today, you are going to learn how to draw the human skull in front view. Just follow my step my step instructions and pause the video at the end of each step and I promise you that you will surprise yourself. </span></p>  <p> </p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/293106_2098301069986_1619167147_32011483_1257028_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`402` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 1: Draw a half circle shape, with two tiny half circles on each end. </span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img src=`https://hphotos-sjc1.fbcdn.net/262596_2098301229990_1619167147_32011484_2582219_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`360` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 2: Draw the holes for the eyes and the nose. Notice that the top of the eye shape starts at the bottom of the half circle shape from step one. Also, notice that the nose shape is triangular and it starts 1/3 of the way up the eye shape. </span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/293440_2098301349993_1619167147_32011485_8341076_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`365` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 3: is a tricky step. Add the line that I just added to complete the shape. Notice the perfect symmetry on each side. Notice that the bottom has a squiggly line. </span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/267270_2098301469996_1619167147_32011486_6894253_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`371` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 4: Add the upper teeth. There are 12 upper teeth visible and the largest ones appear to be at the front of the mouth. The mouth curves back in a horseshoe shape and the back teeth are blocked. Be sure to make the teeth smaller as they go further back in the mouth. Also be sure to notice that the teeth in the front are somewhat trapezoidal in shape and widest away from the gum. </span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/293314_2098301549998_1619167147_32011487_1729249_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`363` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 5: Add the bottom row of teeth. Notice that they are slightly smaller than the top teeth. Also, notice that the top row partially overlaps the bottom. Finally, be sure to see that their widest point is also away from the gum. Here is a close up. </span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/293208_2098301630000_1619167147_32011488_2840126_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`366` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 6: Add the jawline. Be sure to notice the shapes that connect the jaw with the rest of the skull. </span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/293097_2098301750003_1619167147_32011489_5527392_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`362` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 7: Add the details on the eye sockets and nose.</span></p>  <p> </p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>   <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 728x90, created 5/25/10 */  google_ad_slot = `6501615489`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 90;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td style=`text-align: center;`> <span style=`font-size: x-large;`>Supplies I Use for my Pencil Drawings</span></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* Across top */  google_ad_slot = `1049141337`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 15;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left`> </p>  <form action=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`>`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/222/06/22206-0159-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`15-Piece Drawing Set` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>15-Piece Drawing Set</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Faber-Castell makes the best drawing pencils. These pencils are mixed with graphite and clay and enhance an artists ability to create and layer dark tones. You will see me use this set in almost all of my videos.  </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22206-0159` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/faber-castell-9000-pencils/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22206-0159-8888` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.anrdoezrs.net/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/204/43/20443-2061-1-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Lyra Graphite Crayons` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Lyra Graphite Crayons</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Do you ever get TIRED of shading with a fine `tip` pencil? Get my `point`? This tool will save you time and money.</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>Click `MORE` to see me use this product in a video-</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`20443-2091` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/lyra-graphite-crayons/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=20443-2091` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/050/80/05080-9002-2-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Robert Simmons White Sable Brushes` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Robert Simmons White Sable Brushes</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>: Robert Simmons brushes get better with age. These synthetic brushes collect particles of graphite as they are rubbed on a piece of paper. This enables me to softly move and blend tones. Most often I use the `Flat Size 10` brush but it helps to have a variety of sizes and shapes. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`05824-1010` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/robert-simmons-white-sable-brushes/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=05824-1010` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` />  <p> </p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.kqzyfj.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/228/66/22866-1059-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Loew-Cornell Blending Stumps` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Loew-Cornell Blending Stumps</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>- INVALUBLE tools for blending! These will cost you LESS than a trip on the subway (Less than 2 dollars) and enhance your shading capacity substantially! I like Leow-Cornell because the stump is more compact and the tips do not wear as easily as other brands. I use these tools in almost every one of my videos.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22866-4014` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/loew-cornell-blending-stumps/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22866-4014` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/102/09/10209-OC3-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>: Really, I DARE YOU, try to find a better value than this one! 500 sheets of 80LB (thick) drawing paper for $11.50. AMAZING DEAL!......If you use computer paper to create your drawings, you are ROBBING yourself from seeing what you can really do! This paper has more `tooth` (texture on the surface) than computer paper and your ability to shade will be enhanced. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`10209-1033` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/blick-white-sulphite-drawing-paper/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=10209-1033` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <p>Shading References</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/267338_2098301910007_1619167147_32011490_4103343_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`407` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/295075_2098301950008_1619167147_32011491_7866471_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`407` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/292650_2098302150013_1619167147_32011492_8307882_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`410` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://hphotos-sjc1.fbcdn.net/251437_2098302230015_1619167147_32011493_2890354_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`412` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/223663_2098302310017_1619167147_32011494_7825077_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`720` height=`410` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/262514_2098302510022_1619167147_32011495_3115513_n.` alt=`` width=`720` height=`460` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 728x90, created 5/25/10 */  google_ad_slot = `6501615489`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 90;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p> VLOG- Connect With Me on Facebook. <p>  <object width=`640` height=`385` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/_yq6TnDrjjs?fs=1&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/_yq6TnDrjjs?fs=1&hl=en_US` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* Across top */  google_ad_slot = `1049141337`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 15;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p>  <p><a href=`https://www.facebook.com/pages/Kazanjianm-Drawing-Tutorials-on-Youtube/171813959504976`><img title=`Like me` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs1337.snc4/162927_1629391627543_1619167147_31398690_1410943_n.jpg` alt=`Like me` width=`623` height=`310` /></a></p>  <p>  <table style=`width: 644px; height: 58px;` border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>Link- <a class=`yt-uix-redirect-link` title=`https://www.facebook.com/pages/Kazanjianm-Drawing-Tutorials-on-Youtube/171813959504976` dir=`ltr` rel=`nofollow` href=`https://www.facebook.com/pages/Kazanjianm-Drawing-Tutorials-on-Youtube/171813959504976` target=`_blank`>https://www.facebook.com/pages/Kazanji...</a> On facebook that is. When you are silly enough to name your channel something unspellable like kazanjianm.....you have to think of creative ways to get the word out. So I am asking everyone a favor. Please hit the link in the video description directly below the video player. It will take you to my brand new Facebook page. When you are there, hit the like button. Its a much easier way to tell your friends about kazanjianm rather than spelling it.........Anyway, thank you everybody for the support that you have given me. I never thought I would have 8000 people following my channel. I appreciate and look forward to all of the comments......and they inspire me to make more videos. Stay tuned because there is a lot more coming soon.</td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p> Life In a Day: Merrill Kazanjian Self Portrait 2010. <p>  <object width=`640` height=`385` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/ehJzE8YHOBY?fs=1&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/ehJzE8YHOBY?fs=1&hl=en_US` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* Across top */  google_ad_slot = `1049141337`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 15;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 707px; height: 352px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/221/48/22148-1096-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Set of 96` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Set of 96</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><span style=`font-size: xx-small;`><span style=`font-size: small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> This is Blick`s version of Illustration Markers. They are identical to Prismacolor Illustration Markers but a LOT less expensive. </span></span></span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>Includes one marker in each color and a Colorless Blender.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22148-1096` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/blick-studio-marker-sets/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22148-1096` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  <p> </p>  </form><form action=`https://www.kqzyfj.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 707px; height: 394px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/205/08/20508-1219-5-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Special Offer!` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Special Offer!</span></strong></p>  <span style=`font-size: x-small;`>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><span style=`font-size: xx-small;`><span style=`font-size: small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> I am NOT picky about markers, but I am about colored pencils. There is no substitute for Prismacolor colored pencils. They are more opaque and blendable than any other brand of color pencils. You will need the ARTSTIX (spelled like that) colorless blender as well (also made by Prismacolor).</span></span></span></p>  </span>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><span style=`font-size: small;`>Get a FREE 12-color set of NuPastels with the purchase of a Prismacolor Premier Pencil 120-Color Tin Box Set! For a limited time only. 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It has all of the colors and mediums needed to start a painting. I (now) use paint only to finish my work, but this set will interact perfectly with the color pencils and markers, if you choose to experiment like me.</span> </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`01586-2109` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/gamblin-kevin-macpherson-oil-color-and-medium-set/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=01586-2109` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` />   <table style=`width: 708px; height: 34px;` border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>A self portrait that I made for the Life in a Day Project Kevin Macdonald Ridley Scott July 24, 2010 capture Sundance Film Festival in January 2011 youtube oil painting self portrait merrill kazanjian submission<br />`a life in the day`</td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p> Psycho Cheerleader. <p>  <object width=`640` height=`385` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/3cThTaNABEw?fs=1&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/3cThTaNABEw?fs=1&hl=en_US` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* Across top */  google_ad_slot = `1049141337`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 15;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  <table style=`width: 641px; height: 70px;` border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td><span style=`font-size: small;`>Crazy Cheerleader- The `inspiration` behind this artwork was a SCARY, ESPN fitness competition. A REALLY SCARY muscle bound woman dressed up as a cheerleader and danced around the stage, did backflips and finger push ups............All with a DISTURBING smile on her face!!!!....I coundn`t get the imagery out of my head, so I did some art! I use Paint Shop Pro 9 and Photoshop to distort and cut out images and juxtapose them over each other. I finished my `work` by printing it and finish it with a color pencil. </span></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <form action=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://store.corel.com/wcsstore/CorelMasterCatalog//upload/boxshots/paint_shop_pro_photo_X3_generic_3d_rt.gif` border=`0` alt=`Paintshop Pro Photo X3` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Paintshop Pro Photo X3</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>Merrill`s Opinion: I have used an older version of this software for years. It has EVERYTHING that I need to make Photomanipulations (as I did in the video above). The software is currently on sale at a great price right now. Check it out! Tell them that Merrill sent you! :)</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`trkid` type=`hidden` value=`CJ` /> <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10707330` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`PK_TS13ESD` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://apps.corel.com/store/productpage.asp?partnumber=OL_TS13&quantity=1&cur=USD&store=US&trkid=CJ? ?` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10707330` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` />   <table style=`width: 624px; height: 46px;` border=`0`>  <tbody>  </tbody>  </table>  </p> Artmorphs- Powerlifter Polka. <p>  <object width=`640` height=`385` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/uTumT8V9IDA?fs=1&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/uTumT8V9IDA?fs=1&hl=en_US` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* Across top */  google_ad_slot = `1049141337`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 15;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p>  <p>Above: One of my CRAZY artworks!</p>  <p>Below: The software that I used to make this artwork.</p>  <form action=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://store.corel.com/wcsstore/CorelMasterCatalog//upload/boxshots/paint_shop_pro_photo_X3_generic_3d_rt.gif` border=`0` alt=`Paintshop Pro Photo X3` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Paintshop Pro Photo X3</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>Merrill`s Opinion: I have used an older version of this software for years. It has EVERYTHING that I need to make Photomanipulations (as I did in the video above). The software is currently on sale at a great price right now. Check it out! Tell them that Merrill sent you! :)</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`trkid` type=`hidden` value=`CJ` /> <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10707330` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`PK_TS13ESD` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://apps.corel.com/store/productpage.asp?partnumber=OL_TS13&quantity=1&cur=USD&store=US&trkid=CJ? ?` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10707330` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` />    <table style=`width: 620px; height: 238px;` border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>Powerlifting is a strength sport consisting of three events: the bench press, the squat, and the deadlift. Powerlifting Olympic weightlifting, disciplines lifting weights in three attempts. sport known `odd lifts` format Strongman events odd lifts became standardized three events (squat, bench, deadlift) powerlifting. Powerlifters compete raw or equipped. During the 1950s, Olympic weightlifting United States, bodybuilding and powerlifting gained followers. In 1958, the AAU`s National Weightlifting Committee recognizing records for `odd lifts`, AAU `meets`. national powerlifting championship York Barbell Company, Ironically, Bob Hoffman, powerlifting. powerlifting equipment to make up for the sales it had lost on Olympic-style equipment. During the late 1950s, Hoffman`s York Barbell Company, Olympic lifting Olympic- magazine `Health and Strength` Joe Weider`s Bob Hoffman`s) influence world of weightlifting Hoffman started another magazine (Muscular Development) bodybuilding fast-growing interest in `odd-lift` competitions. Editor world-renowned John Grimek. 1950s early 1960s `odd lift` events gradually developed `powerlifting` -- the bench press, the squat, and the deadlift (and lifted in that order). Bob Hoffman `The Powerlifting Tournament of America` in 1964 US National powerlifting championships. 1965 USA National Powerlifting Championships. lifting in Britain. (BAWLA) Society of Amateur Weightlifters 42 recognised lifts, the `Strength Set` (Curl, Bench Press, and Squat) standard competition lifts, 1966, the Society of Amateur Weightlifters re-joined BAWLA and, American `Powerlifting` lifts, Curl Deadlift. BAWLA British Powerlifting Championship was held in 1966. World Powerlifting Championships Weights were in pounds. Bench Press. bench shirts or squat suits, various interpretations regarding the use of and length of knee wraps and weightlifting belts. No such thing as the IPF yet, no World Records. Mike Shaw, 52 kg class, no 100 kg class, and no 125 kg class. One of the American Superheavyweights, Jim Williams (nicknamed `Chimes`) benched 660 lbs on a second attempt (no shirt), and almost locked-out 680 lbs on a third. Some other notable lifts -- Larry Pacifico benched the equivalent of 235 kg in the 90 kg class; John Kuc deadlifted 397½ kg; and Vince Anello attempted 362½ kg (800 lbs) at 90. In 1972 the `second` World Championships were held, this time over two days -- 10 and 11 November. This time there were 8 lifters from Great Britain (two of whom, Ron Collins and John Pegler, did stints as Referees), 6 Canadians, 2 Puerto Ricans, 3 Zambians, and 1 from the West Indies. With 67 lifters in all, the other 47 were Americans. Lifts were still measured in pounds, the bench press was the first lift, and there were still no suits, power belts, or fancy wraps. Britain`s Precious McKenzie won his `second` world title with 550 kg at 56. Mike Shaw `lost` his world title, won the previous year, to American Jack Keammerer. Ron Collins made up for his `bomb` on the bench in `71 and stormed to the 75 kg title. Pacifico just won against another American, Mel Hennessey, at 110 kg, both with enormous benches of 260 kg and 255 kg. At Super (over 110 kg) John Kuc beat Jim Williams. Kuc attempting a 397½ (875 lbs) deadlift again, and Williams benching a massive 307½ (675 lbs) before just missing with 317½ (700 lbs). John Cole, the winner of the US Senior Championships with 1,075 kg, didn`t show up to take on Cole.<br /><br />All music is by Kevin MacLeod of <a class=`yt-uix-redirect-link` title=`https://incompetech.com` dir=`ltr` rel=`nofollow` href=`https://incompetech.com/` target=`_blank`>https://incompetech.com</a> Songs were Spazzmatica polka, Dvorak Polka, Super Polka and Hamster March</td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  <table style=`width: 624px; height: 46px;` border=`0`>  <tbody>  </tbody>  </table>  </p> How to Draw the Facial Expression of Grief/Mourning. <p>  <table border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td> </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  <object width=`640` height=`385` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/aU1--LyQZxU?fs=1&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/aU1--LyQZxU?fs=1&hl=en_US` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* Across top */  google_ad_slot = `1049141337`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 15;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p>  <p> <span style=`font-size: small;`><strong>Above:</strong> A Step by Step Video on how to Draw the facial expression of grief/mourning.</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: small;`><strong>Below:</strong> The materials that I used to make this drawing.</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: small;`><strong>FAR Below:</strong> Step by Step Photo and Text Instructions</span></p>  <form action=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`>`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/222/06/22206-0159-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`15-Piece Drawing Set` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>15-Piece Drawing Set</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Faber-Castell makes the best drawing pencils. These pencils are mixed with graphite and clay and enhance an artists ability to create and layer dark tones. You will see me use this set in almost all of my videos.  </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22206-0159` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/faber-castell-9000-pencils/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22206-0159-8888` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.anrdoezrs.net/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/204/43/20443-2061-1-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Lyra Graphite Crayons` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Lyra Graphite Crayons</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Do you ever get TIRED of shading with a fine `tip` pencil? Get my `point`? 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These synthetic brushes collect particles of graphite as they are rubbed on a piece of paper. This enables me to softly move and blend tones. 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AMAZING DEAL!......If you use computer paper to create your drawings, you are ROBBING yourself from seeing what you can really do! This paper has more `tooth` (texture on the surface) than computer paper and your ability to shade will be enhanced. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`10209-1033` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/blick-white-sulphite-drawing-paper/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=10209-1033` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` />   <table style=`width: 600px; height: 22px;` border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>How to draw the expression of grief (extreme sadness) step by step. How to draw a sad face. how to draw a sad person. How to draw a sad man. How to draw somebody sneezing. How to draw a person sneezing. Draw a sneeze. Pencil Drawing tutorial. Shading with drawing pencils. How to shade with pencil. How to draw a face. How to draw step by step. How to draw miserable. Misery. Pencil drawing tips. How to use a Tortillion. How to use a blending stump. How to shade with a paint brush. How to cross hatch. How to smudge. How to build tones in a drawing. How to draw a mourning person. How to draw a person in mourning. Click on any of the pictures to go to my other facial expression videos, or hit the subscribe button. There will be lots more coming soon. This video will give you step by step instruction on how to draw the facial expression of grief...or maybe this dude is just sneezing. Be sure to pause the video at the end of each step. Lets begin.  <p><img title=`how to draw grief sadness sneeze sneezing 1` src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/183014_1705226203360_1619167147_31535238_2163793_n.jpg` alt=`how to draw facial expressions grief sadness greif` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 1: Draw the 2 sets of symmetrical shapes. The eyebrow shapes resemble levers from pinball machines. The eyes are shut and the eyelids are folded tightly around the eyeball. The two sets of eyelashes have come together. Be sure to notice the lines around each eye and the two lines coming together in between the eyebrows.</p>  <p><img title=`sadness grief mourning` src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/180032_1705226363364_1619167147_31535239_8249733_n.jpg` alt=`how to draw grief sadness expression man sad sneezing facial express` width=`720` height=`405` /><br />Step 2: Add the two nostrils and the wrinkle lines around the mouth. Notice that the nose is foreshortened because the head is tilted backwards. In other words the nostrils are closer to the eyes and more rounded than when you look at a face straight on. Do not be tempted to put a line at the bottom of the nose. In this pose, that line does not exist.</p>  <p><img title=`facial expressions anger agony pain ` src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/180898_1705226483367_1619167147_31535240_1793234_n.jpg` alt=`anguish face facial expression expressive chenched fist shut eyes agony pain face` width=`720` height=`405` /><br />Step 3: Draw in the mouth. Notice that it is comprised of four distinct shapes- the upper lip, the upper teeth, the inner mouth and the tongue. When people show the most common facial expression for grieving........ or sneezing, their bottom lip wraps around their bottom teeth. So remember, draw what you see here, rather than what you know to be true in a calm facial expression.</p>  <p><img title=`how to draw grief mourning facial expression` src=`https://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/180731_1705226603370_1619167147_31535241_2732705_n.jpg` alt=`faces of grief and mourning face of pain pained expression` width=`720` height=`405` /><br />Step 4: Draw in the hair. This shape can vary a lot, so either draw what you see or be creative.</p>  <p><img title=`facial expressions kazanjianm merrill kazanjian` src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/183086_1705226723373_1619167147_31535242_8031676_n.jpg` alt=`facial expression paint anguish grief mourning sneeze` width=`720` height=`405` /><br />Step 5: Draw in the bottom half of the face and the ears. Notice that the ears are even with the mouth because the head is tilted back.</p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <p>    <table border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center`><span style=`font-size: large;`>SHADING</span></p>  <p><img title=`shading facial expression grief mourning sneeze` src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/183066_1705226883377_1619167147_31535243_7471798_n.jpg` alt=`shading facial expression grief mourning sneeze` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`shading with blending stump tortillion` src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/180736_1705227123383_1619167147_31535245_2418476_n.jpg` alt=`shading with blending stump tortillion` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`shading of facial expressions` src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/181580_1705227243386_1619167147_31535246_2725253_n.jpg` alt=`shading of facial expressions` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=` facial faces expression grief distraught` src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/182494_1705227323388_1619167147_31535247_1641826_n.jpg` alt=` facial faces expression grief distraught` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`devastated face` src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/182911_1705227403390_1619167147_31535248_4732969_n.jpg` alt=`devastated face facial expression` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`really sad facial expression` src=`https://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/180011_1705227603395_1619167147_31535250_5449123_n.jpg` alt=`distraught facial expression grief sadness` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`facial expression drawing blending with paintbrush` src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/183185_1705227803400_1619167147_31535251_7430864_n.jpg` alt=`facial expression drawing blending with paintbrush` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`facial expression grief sadness step by step` src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/182401_1705228003405_1619167147_31535252_2940785_n.jpg` alt=`facial expression grief sadness finished` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p> How to Draw the Annoying Orange Step by Step. <p>  <object width=`640` height=`385` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/M_dHnJuVYOs?fs=1&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/M_dHnJuVYOs?fs=1&hl=en_US` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* Across top */  google_ad_slot = `1049141337`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 15;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p>  <p><span style=`font-size: small;`><strong>Above:</strong> A Tutorial on how to draw The Annoying Orange (Step by Step) with Colored Pencils and Illustration Markers.</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: small;`><strong>Below:</strong> Deals on the supplies that I used.</span></p>  <p> </p>  <p>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/221/48/22148-1096-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Set of 96` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Set of 96</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> This is Blick`s version of Illustration Markers. They are identical to Prismacolor Illustration Markers but a LOT less expensive. </span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>Includes one marker in each color and a Colorless Blender.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22148-1096` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/blick-studio-marker-sets/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22148-1096` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  <form action=`https://www.kqzyfj.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/205/08/20508-1219-5-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Special Offer!` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Special Offer!</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> I am NOT picky about markers, but I am about colored pencils. There is no substitute for Prismacolor colored pencils. They are more opaque and blendable than any other brand of color pencils. You will need the ARTSTIX (spelled like that) colorless blender as well (also made by Prismacolor).</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>Get a FREE 12-color set of NuPastels with the purchase of a Prismacolor Premier Pencil 120-Color Tin Box Set! For a limited time only. No limit on purchases.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`20508-1219` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/prismacolor-colored-pencil-sets/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=20508-1219` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <p>  <table style=`width: 652px; height: 70px;` border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td><span dir=`ltr`>Wanna see a really annoying tutorial? Hey ....Yeah me too.....This video is going to give you step by step instruction on how to draw The Annoying Orange. As soon as the helium wears off, lets begin. Ah much better.... Step 1: Make a circular shape because oranges are circular.....even annoying ones. Step 2: When you make the eyes, remember that there is one eye length between each eye. The top of the eye shape is rainbow like. The bottom of the eye shape is almost flat, and slightly curves up at each end. Notice that the top of the pupil and iris is hidden behind the upper lid. Unlike human proportions, oranges eyes are closer to the top of his head....I mean .......skin.....ahh whatever. Step 3: Add the mouth. This is the toughest step but it will be easier if you put it in as a big half circle, then break it up in to six smaller shapes. Here are the smaller shapes from top to bottom- the upper lip, the upper teeth, the mouth, the tongue, the lower teeth and the bottom lip. Pause the video at the end of this step and observe before you go on to the coloring part.</span></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <p> </p> Proportions of the Human Head/Face For Portrait Drawing. <table border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>    <object width=`640` height=`385` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/73N65A_PsOM?fs=1&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/73N65A_PsOM?fs=1&hl=en_US` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* Across top */  google_ad_slot = `1049141337`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 15;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p>  <p><span style=`font-size: small;`> <strong>Above:</strong> A tutorial about how to draw the human head in the 3/4 pose </span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: small;`>(Between front and profile view)</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: small;`><strong>Below:</strong> The art supplies that I used to make the drawing.</span></p>  <form action=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`>`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/222/06/22206-0159-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`15-Piece Drawing Set` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>15-Piece Drawing Set</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Faber-Castell makes the best drawing pencils. These pencils are mixed with graphite and clay and enhance an artists ability to create and layer dark tones. You will see me use this set in almost all of my videos.  </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22206-0159` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/faber-castell-9000-pencils/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22206-0159-8888` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.anrdoezrs.net/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/204/43/20443-2061-1-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Lyra Graphite Crayons` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Lyra Graphite Crayons</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Do you ever get TIRED of shading with a fine `tip` pencil? Get my `point`? This tool will save you time and money.</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>Click `MORE` to see me use this product in a video-</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`20443-2091` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/lyra-graphite-crayons/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=20443-2091` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/050/80/05080-9002-2-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Robert Simmons White Sable Brushes` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Robert Simmons White Sable Brushes</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>: Robert Simmons brushes get better with age. These synthetic brushes collect particles of graphite as they are rubbed on a piece of paper. This enables me to softly move and blend tones. Most often I use the `Flat Size 10` brush but it helps to have a variety of sizes and shapes. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`05824-1010` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/robert-simmons-white-sable-brushes/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=05824-1010` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` />  <p> </p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.kqzyfj.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/228/66/22866-1059-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Loew-Cornell Blending Stumps` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Loew-Cornell Blending Stumps</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>- INVALUBLE tools for blending! These will cost you LESS than a trip on the subway (Less than 2 dollars) and enhance your shading capacity substantially! I like Leow-Cornell because the stump is more compact and the tips do not wear as easily as other brands. I use these tools in almost every one of my videos.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22866-4014` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/loew-cornell-blending-stumps/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22866-4014` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/102/09/10209-OC3-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>: Really, I DARE YOU, try to find a better value than this one! 500 sheets of 80LB (thick) drawing paper for $11.50. AMAZING DEAL!......If you use computer paper to create your drawings, you are ROBBING yourself from seeing what you can really do! This paper has more `tooth` (texture on the surface) than computer paper and your ability to shade will be enhanced. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`10209-1033` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/blick-white-sulphite-drawing-paper/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=10209-1033` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 336x280, created 5/25/10 */  google_ad_slot = `4879899694`;  google_ad_width = 336;  google_ad_height = 280;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  <table style=`border-color: #4f0802; border-width: 0px;` border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td><span style=`font-size: small;`>Click on the images to go to the other four parts of this series.<br /><br />Welcome to the fifth and final installment of my series about drawing the human head from memory. This video will give you a dizzying amount of information on how to draw the head at 3/4 view. Lets start out by observing what happens when the head turns. Notice what little space the face takes up when the head is turned in profile view. Notice that the back of the head becomes more rounded as the face seems to shrink. Lets take a closer look at the face. The green shape connects the two outer corners of the eye and the outer corners of the mouth. Observe what happens to this trapezoid shape as the head turns from side to side. Notice that as the green shape gets smaller, the back of the head becomes more rounded. Now lets look at a silhouette of the face. Be sure to observe what happens to the silhouette of the face at 3/4 view- It is no longer an oval shape. There are indentations and protrusions<br /><br />In the 3/4 view of the head, there is an indentation by the eye and a protrusion at the cheekbone and mouth. This is due to underlying bone and muscle structures.<br /><br />Now, lets look at the individual features of the face starting with the eyes. Notice that the eye shifts in shape as the head turns. When the head is in profile... the shape of the eye looks like a Hershey`s kiss turned to the side.....as the head turns, it morphs to an almond shape. Since I am teaching you how to draw the eye 3/4 view for this video, we will remember that the 3/4 view eye resembles Pac Mans mouth. Notice that the pupil and iris are more oval like and that there is no white on the inner corner of the eye. <br /><br />Now lets observe the nose. Notice the relationship between the nose and the cheek. In the 3/4 view, the nose is partially covering the cheek and almost to the edge of the face. Notice how the nostrils shift as the head turns. When you draw a head in 3/4 view, you essentially draw 1 1/2 nostrils. <br /><br />As for the mouth, take a few seconds to notice the changes. The top lip morphs from a flattened M shape from the front....to a lightning bolt shape in 3/4 view. The bottom lip has a squared section and triangles on each side. <br /><br />The ears move from being close to the center of the head from profile view, to the edge of the head in front view. In 3/4 view, the ears seem to be at the verge of protruding through the back of the head....but they are not there yet. <br /><br />Now its time for the demonstration. Since we studied a male head in the first part of the video, lets switch it up and draw a female head. Just follow the directions for each step and also on the shading tutorial. <br /><br />Step 1: Draw the shape that you see. Notice that it is an egg shape with various protrusions and indentations. This is the most difficult step so take some extra time. <br /><br />Step 2: Notice the rectangular shape. The four dots are the centers of each eye and the corners of each mouth. Place each dot in the appropriate place. Then, about 2/3 of the way down add a line for the bottom of the nose. <br />Step 3: Add the eyebrows and ears.<br />Step 4: Fill in the eye shape. Remember the Pac Man rule. Here is a close up. <br />Step 5: Complete the nose. Notice the solid line leading from the bottom of the nose to the brow. Also, remember the rule about 1 1/2 nostrils. Here is a close up.<br />Step 6: Complete the mouth. Overall the mouth looks like a flattened heart shape. For now, put in one solid shape and ignore the rules that you learned before. We will make the rectangular shape on the bottom lip and the lightning bolt shape on the top when we shade. <br />Shape 7 Add the hair. Be creative, you dont have to re create this hairstyle.</span></td>  <td><span style=`font-size: small;`> </span></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 336x280, created 5/25/10 */  google_ad_slot = `4879899694`;  google_ad_width = 336;  google_ad_height = 280;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 336x280, created 5/25/10 */  google_ad_slot = `4879899694`;  google_ad_width = 336;  google_ad_height = 280;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </table>  </p> Proportions of the Human Head/Face For Portrait Drawing Part 4. <p> </p>  <p>  <table style=`width: 800px; height: 423px;` dir=`ltr` border=`0` frame=`box` align=`left`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td style=`text-align: left;`><span style=`font-size: large;`>This video is a demonstration of me drawing a female head at the side profile view. Grab your pencil and paper and follow along.</span></td>  <td>  <object width=`640` height=`385` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/NkDrHLo2gdY?fs=1&hl=en_US&color1=0x5d1719&color2=0xcd311b` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/NkDrHLo2gdY?fs=1&hl=en_US&color1=0x5d1719&color2=0xcd311b` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>   </td>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* Across top */  google_ad_slot = `1049141337`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 15;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>   </p>  <p> </p>  <p> </p>  <form action=`https://www.anrdoezrs.net/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <p> </p>  <p>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`>`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/222/06/22206-0159-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`15-Piece Drawing Set` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>15-Piece Drawing Set</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Faber-Castell makes the best drawing pencils. These pencils are mixed with graphite and clay and enhance an artists ability to create and layer dark tones. You will see me use this set in almost all of my videos.  </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22206-0159` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/faber-castell-9000-pencils/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22206-0159-8888` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/204/43/20443-2061-1-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Lyra Graphite Crayons` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Lyra Graphite Crayons</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Do you ever get TIRED of shading with a fine `tip` pencil? Get my `point`? This tool will save you time and money.</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>Click `MORE` to see me use this product in a video-</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`20443-2091` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/lyra-graphite-crayons/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=20443-2091` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form><form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/050/80/05080-9002-2-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Robert Simmons White Sable Brushes` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Robert Simmons White Sable Brushes</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>: Robert Simmons brushes get better with age. These synthetic brushes collect particles of graphite as they are rubbed on a piece of paper. This enables me to softly move and blend tones. Most often I use the `Flat Size 10` brush but it helps to have a variety of sizes and shapes. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`05824-1010` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/robert-simmons-white-sable-brushes/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=05824-1010` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` />  <p> </p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form><form action=`https://www.kqzyfj.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/228/66/22866-1059-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Loew-Cornell Blending Stumps` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Loew-Cornell Blending Stumps</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>- INVALUBLE tools for blending! These will cost you LESS than a trip on the subway (Less than 2 dollars) and enhance your shading capacity substantially! I like Leow-Cornell because the stump is more compact and the tips do not wear as easily as other brands. I use these tools in almost every one of my videos.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22866-4014` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/loew-cornell-blending-stumps/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22866-4014` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form><form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/102/09/10209-OC3-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>: Really, I DARE YOU, try to find a better value than this one! 500 sheets of 80LB (thick) drawing paper for $11.50. AMAZING DEAL!......If you use computer paper to create your drawings, you are ROBBING yourself from seeing what you can really do! This paper has more `tooth` (texture on the surface) than computer paper and your ability to shade will be enhanced. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`10209-1033` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/blick-white-sulphite-drawing-paper/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=10209-1033` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p> Proportions of the Human Head/Face For Portrait Drawing Part 3. <p>  <object width=`640` height=`385` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/qB8zclUMy18?fs=1&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/qB8zclUMy18?fs=1&hl=en_US` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* Across top */  google_ad_slot = `1049141337`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 15;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p>  <p><span style=`font-size: small;`><strong>Above:</strong> A video that covers the proportions of the head at the profile (side) view.</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: small;`><strong>Below:</strong> The materials that I use to draw.</span></p>  <form action=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`>`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/222/06/22206-0159-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`15-Piece Drawing Set` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>15-Piece Drawing Set</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Faber-Castell makes the best drawing pencils. These pencils are mixed with graphite and clay and enhance an artists ability to create and layer dark tones. You will see me use this set in almost all of my videos.  </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22206-0159` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/faber-castell-9000-pencils/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22206-0159-8888` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.anrdoezrs.net/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/204/43/20443-2061-1-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Lyra Graphite Crayons` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Lyra Graphite Crayons</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Do you ever get TIRED of shading with a fine `tip` pencil? Get my `point`? This tool will save you time and money.</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>Click `MORE` to see me use this product in a video-</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`20443-2091` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/lyra-graphite-crayons/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=20443-2091` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/050/80/05080-9002-2-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Robert Simmons White Sable Brushes` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Robert Simmons White Sable Brushes</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>: Robert Simmons brushes get better with age. These synthetic brushes collect particles of graphite as they are rubbed on a piece of paper. This enables me to softly move and blend tones. Most often I use the `Flat Size 10` brush but it helps to have a variety of sizes and shapes. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`05824-1010` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/robert-simmons-white-sable-brushes/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=05824-1010` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` />  <p> </p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.kqzyfj.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/228/66/22866-1059-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Loew-Cornell Blending Stumps` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Loew-Cornell Blending Stumps</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>- INVALUBLE tools for blending! These will cost you LESS than a trip on the subway (Less than 2 dollars) and enhance your shading capacity substantially! I like Leow-Cornell because the stump is more compact and the tips do not wear as easily as other brands. I use these tools in almost every one of my videos.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22866-4014` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/loew-cornell-blending-stumps/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22866-4014` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/102/09/10209-OC3-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>: Really, I DARE YOU, try to find a better value than this one! 500 sheets of 80LB (thick) drawing paper for $11.50. AMAZING DEAL!......If you use computer paper to create your drawings, you are ROBBING yourself from seeing what you can really do! This paper has more `tooth` (texture on the surface) than computer paper and your ability to shade will be enhanced. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`10209-1033` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/blick-white-sulphite-drawing-paper/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=10209-1033` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` />   <table style=`width: 599px; height: 22px;` border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>Hey its Merrill. I recommend that you watch parts 1 and 2 before you watch Part 3... Click on the pictures to see parts 1 and 2.Welcome to part 3 of my workshop on proportions for portrait drawing ... This series is made for art students and this part will cover the profile (side) view of the head. I hope to give you some easy to remember rules and a formula, so that you will be able to draw the human head from your memory. Lets get started by reviewing what we learned already. Videos one and two proved that 1.) The eyes are not at the center of the head. 2.) Its generally five eye lengths across the face if you include the ears. 3.) Its one eye length between the two eyes. 4.) The outer corners of the nose generally lines up with the outer edge of the tear duct in the eye. 5.) The corners of the mouth is generally not as wide as the midpoint of the eye (but its close) 6.) The ears generally fall between the upper eyelid and the bottom of the nose. Now, lets look at the head from the side/profile view and add to our existing knowledge. 1.) The first question asks. Is the head more tall?......... or is it more deep? In other words, lets compare the distance between the chin and the top of the head.......Wow, it looks close......but there is a strange reason for that...........Observe the slope of the forehead and the shape of the top of the head. When we measure from the jaw line we go up to the top front of the head.......which is lower in height than the back of the head when we are looking forwards. Notice the difference when we measure the distance from the chin to the top....back of the head....there is no comparison anymore. For our purposes, lets think of the head as an egg shape from the side. But the egg is not straight up and down, it is at an angle.......HMMMM egg shaped....maybe Stewie`s head isn`t that out of proportion.Now that we understand the basic shape of the head from the side, lets look for universal rules. A good place to start is Leonardo DaVinci 2.) Leonardo said, `The distance from the middle of the nose to the bottom of the chin, is half the length of the face.` This rule applied to all 8 of the models.....and the middle of the nose as a half way point, compliments what we learned in Video 1 and 2. Lets add it to our formula.3.) Leonardo also measured the distance between the chin and the throat and the mouth and the bottom of the chin as equal distances. This rule applied to all 8 of the models.4.) he also said, `From the chin to the back of the neck, is the same distance as between the mouth and the roots of the hair.` Once again, this rule applied to all 8 models.The three previous rules were helpful, but some of Davinci`s formula didnt apply to our models......For instance, The space from the chin to the base of the nose e f is the third part of the face and equal to the length of the nose and to the forehead. This breaks the face up in to three equal parts....but it only applied to five of our models.<br />Finally, DaVinci stated, `From the eyebrow to the junction of the lip with the chin, and the angle of the jaw and the upper angle where the ear joins the temple will be a perfect square.......... Zero out of eight people formed a perfect square from the four points that DaVinci named. I am mentioning this because we should keep the relationship between these four points in the back of our mind when we draw from observation, but lets leave them out of our proportion formula. One of the biggest mistakes that students make when drawing the head from profile is the depth of the ear, or on other words, how far back it is from the face. I recently came across a website that stated that the ear is exactly half the distance between the face and the back of the head.......WRONG!!!! It is definitely further back than that. The green line measures the distance from the face to the midpoint of the ear and the red line measures the distance between the midpoint of the ear and the back of the head. I estimate that the midpoint of the ear is 55 to 70 percent of the distance from the face to the back of the head. Be sure to notice that there is a range of values rather than a universal rule, so we will have to average our answer. Now I am going to test a measurement from one of my former teachers at the Art Students League of New York who taught me that there is an imaginary equilateral triangle that connects the pupil, the back arch of the ear and the chin. When I tested this measurement, it existed in 7 of the 8 people I measured. However, there is a flaw to this system. Notice that the bottom point exists at different points on the jaw line. But overall, this measurement helps us see that it is usually an equal distance between the eyes and the chin, the eyes and the ear and the chin and the ear.</td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p> Proportions of the Human Head/Face For Portrait Drawing Part 2. <p>  <object width=`640` height=`385` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/3fd9kQWBdLM?fs=1&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/3fd9kQWBdLM?fs=1&hl=en_US` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* Across top */  google_ad_slot = `1049141337`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 15;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`><strong>Above:</strong> Formula for Proportions of the Human Face (and step by step video)</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`><strong>Below:</strong> Materials that I used in the video</span></p>  <form action=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`>`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/222/06/22206-0159-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`15-Piece Drawing Set` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>15-Piece Drawing Set</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Faber-Castell makes the best drawing pencils. These pencils are mixed with graphite and clay and enhance an artists ability to create and layer dark tones. You will see me use this set in almost all of my videos.  </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22206-0159` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/faber-castell-9000-pencils/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22206-0159-8888` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.anrdoezrs.net/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/204/43/20443-2061-1-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Lyra Graphite Crayons` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Lyra Graphite Crayons</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Do you ever get TIRED of shading with a fine `tip` pencil? Get my `point`? This tool will save you time and money.</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>Click `MORE` to see me use this product in a video-</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`20443-2091` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/lyra-graphite-crayons/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=20443-2091` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/050/80/05080-9002-2-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Robert Simmons White Sable Brushes` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Robert Simmons White Sable Brushes</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>: Robert Simmons brushes get better with age. These synthetic brushes collect particles of graphite as they are rubbed on a piece of paper. This enables me to softly move and blend tones. Most often I use the `Flat Size 10` brush but it helps to have a variety of sizes and shapes. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`05824-1010` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/robert-simmons-white-sable-brushes/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=05824-1010` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` />  <p> </p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.kqzyfj.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/228/66/22866-1059-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Loew-Cornell Blending Stumps` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Loew-Cornell Blending Stumps</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>- INVALUBLE tools for blending! These will cost you LESS than a trip on the subway (Less than 2 dollars) and enhance your shading capacity substantially! I like Leow-Cornell because the stump is more compact and the tips do not wear as easily as other brands. I use these tools in almost every one of my videos.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22866-4014` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/loew-cornell-blending-stumps/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22866-4014` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/102/09/10209-OC3-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>: Really, I DARE YOU, try to find a better value than this one! 500 sheets of 80LB (thick) drawing paper for $11.50. AMAZING DEAL!......If you use computer paper to create your drawings, you are ROBBING yourself from seeing what you can really do! This paper has more `tooth` (texture on the surface) than computer paper and your ability to shade will be enhanced. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`10209-1033` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/blick-white-sulphite-drawing-paper/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=10209-1033` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` />   <table style=`width: 600px; height: 418px;` border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>Face Proportions For Portrait Drawing- Formula Hey welcome back everybody....Its Merrill, I recommend that you watch part 1 before you see part 2. Just click on the image if you havent seen part 1 yet. <br />This is a very important video for anyone who wants to learn portraiture. In this video, I will model the formula taught in part 1 to teach you how to draw a face from your memory. In order to make things easy to remember, I will demonstrate my process step by step. People who memorize these steps will be able to draw a human face from memory without a reference image. Lets get started.<br />Step 1: Draw an oval. Next put a horizontal line through the oval, slightly higher than the half way point. Then add four evenly spaced dots. These four dots will mark the inner and outer corners of each eye. Remember that there is one eye length in between the two eyes. It is imperative that the dots are evenly spaced. You will also need two bigger dots to mark the center of each eye. <br />Step 2: Now add a rectangular shape. The rectangle should be taller than it is wide. The corners of the rectangle should line up with the two dots that mark the center of each eye. <br />Step 3: Add the ears and eyebrows. The ears most often line up with the top of the eye and the bottom of the nose. <br />Step 4: Add the eye shape. Generalized eyes are almond shaped. You will see the bottom of the iris but not the top. Most eyes also have a second line for the eyelid above the eye.<br />Step 5: Add the nose. Notice that I did not add lines for the bridge of the nose. The only lines that exist on a nose are towards the bottom. <br />Step 6: Add the lips. Generally, the top lip is M shaped and smaller than the bottom one, which is bowl shaped. When the face is calm, the corners of the mouth usually does not line up with the middle of the eye. <br />Step 7: Add hair. Be creative.In this experiment, I have taken the most common formulas for facial proportion and tested them on a group of people in a similar pose. I used a computer program to help me take accurate measurements. I made sure that my control group was comprised of both males and females and were of many different races. <br /><br />So lets get started with a very common proportion rule. The question is- Is it one eye length between each eye? The answer, as you can see, is yes. But this was the only rule that I found to be universally correct.<br /><br />Lets stick with the eyes for question 2. It is often stated that it is five eye lengths across the face. It turns out that for 9 of the 10 people that I tested, that rule is incorrect. I found that if you included the width of the ear on to the face, then that rule would be closer to true, but definitely not universal. Of the control group, only one person, had a fit, so we can conclude that this proportion does exist, but it does not fit the majority of people and thus, shouldn`t be part of a drawing formula. <br /><br />I recently saw on the internet that the outer corners of the nose, should line up with the inner corners of the eye. Only one of 10 people that I tested proved that proportion to be true. There were also two people who came close. Once again, we can conclude that this proportion does exist, but it does not fit the majority of people and thus, shouldn`t be part of a drawing formula. Most often, the outer nose lined up where the tear ducts met the white of the eye. For the record, I hope that the lady in the bottom left never catches a cold. <br /><br />Question four asks: Does the pupil and iris line up with the corners of the mouth when the face is calm? I will warn you that this was the most difficult to answer, because the mouth is the most variable feature of the face. The shape slightly differs from person to person and it moves a lot. I found that only two people had eyes and mouths which lined up, but, everybody except the gentleman on the top left was extremely close. So, despite the results, I would include this measurement for a general face proportion formula, but I would also be sure to observe the person who I am drawing to get my answer. It is also important to note that 8 of the 10 peoples mouths fit between the lines drawn down from the middle of each eye.<br /><br /><br /><br /><br />Since question five is related to the placement of the ears, I changed a few of the photos in the control group. In order to gauge this, I had to be able to see the ears clearly. Most portrait formulas state that the ears go from the top of the eye to the bottom of the nose. This turned out to be a pretty accurate statement. Question six is directly related to question five and asks whether the nose and the ears are generally the same size. Although there were only two exact measurements, every other person was very close in measurement. So we can conclude that it is Accurate to say that the ear generally</td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p> Proportions of the Human Head/Face For Portrait Drawing Part 1. <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center`>  <table style=`width: 650px; height: 997px;` border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <object width=`640` height=`385` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/yMLZbyODHA0?fs=1&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/yMLZbyODHA0?fs=1&hl=en_US` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* Across top */  google_ad_slot = `1049141337`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 15;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p style=`text-align: center;`><a href=`https://www.anrdoezrs.net/click-3724826-805539?sid=2858963` target=`_top`><img src=`https://www.tqlkg.com/image-3724826-805539` border=`0` alt=`www.DickBlick.com - Online Art Supplies` width=`234` height=`60` /></a></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Search the internet or your library for information on the proportions of the human face. You will find a ton of information, but each source seems to say something different. This is video 1 in a series of videos which will make you less confused about the proportions of the human face. You will be less confused, because I will give you proof that a lot of the formulas that you learned for portrait drawing were wrong. At the end of this video, I will give you a new formula to help you draw the human face from memory.<br /><br />In this experiment, I have taken the most common formulas for facial proportion and tested them on a group of people in a similar pose. I used a computer program to help me take accurate measurements. I made sure that my control group was comprised of both males and females and were of many different races. <br /><br />So lets get started with a very common proportion rule. The question is- Is it one eye length between each eye? The answer, as you can see, is yes. But this was the only rule that I found to be universally correct.<br /><br />Lets stick with the eyes for question 2. It is often stated that it is five eye lengths across the face. It turns out that for 9 of the 10 people that I tested, that rule is incorrect. I found that if you included the width of the ear on to the face, then that rule would be closer to true, but definitely not universal. Of the control group, only one person, had a fit, so we can conclude that this proportion does exist, but it does not fit the majority of people and thus, shouldn`t be part of a drawing formula. <br /><br />I recently saw on the internet that the outer corners of the nose, should line up with the inner corners of the eye. Only one of 10 people that I tested proved that proportion to be true. There were also two people who came close. Once again, we can conclude that this proportion does exist, but it does not fit the majority of people and thus, shouldn`t be part of a drawing formula. Most often, the outer nose lined up where the tear ducts met the white of the eye. For the record, I hope that the lady in the bottom left never catches a cold. <br /><br />Question four asks: Does the pupil and iris line up with the corners of the mouth when the face is calm? I will warn you that this was the most difficult to answer, because the mouth is the most variable feature of the face. The shape slightly differs from person to person and it moves a lot. I found that only two people had eyes and mouths which lined up, but, everybody except the gentleman on the top left was extremely close. So, despite the results, I would include this measurement for a general face proportion formula, but I would also be sure to observe the person who I am drawing to get my answer. It is also important to note that 8 of the 10 peoples mouths fit between the lines drawn down from the middle of each eye.<br /><br />Since question five is related to the placement of the ears, I changed a few of the photos in the control group. In order to gauge this, I had to be able to see the ears clearly. Most portrait formulas state that the ears go from the top of the eye to the bottom of the nose. This turned out to be a pretty accurate statement. Question six is directly related to question five and asks whether the nose and the ears are generally the same size. Although there were only two exact measurements, every other person was very close in measurement. So we can conclude that it is Accurate to say that the ear generally goes between the upper eye and the bottom of the nose and is very close in height to the nose. <br /><br />Now lets test the most common and controversial face proportion question.....Are the eyes at the exact half way point of the head? You will find top results on the search engines stating that this is the case. I once had a teacher who insisted this and took off points on any student who disagreed with him.....If he only did his homework! The eyes are NOT at the center of the head. The actual middle of the head is just below the orbits of each eye. There was only one person whose eyes were measured as the center of their head, and of course it was MacAulay Culkin.</td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <p> </p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`><a href=`https://www.anrdoezrs.net/click-3724826-805539?sid=2858963` target=`_top`></a> </p> How to Draw the WTF Expression Step by Step. <table style=`text-align: center; width: 722px; height: 382px;` border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td><a href=`https://iown.website/bx/_files/113images/custom_site_files/wtf.pdf`></a></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> </td>  <div style=`text-align: center; width: 720px; margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto;`><img id=`Image-Maps_5201012280045486` usemap=`#Image-Maps_5201012280045486` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs764.ash1/165515_1630855744145_1619167147_31402406_4460215_n.jpg` border=`0` alt=`` width=`720` height=`180` />   <map id=`_Image-Maps_5201012280045486` name=`Image-Maps_5201012280045486`>  <area title=`Video` shape=`rect` coords=`10,10,272,166` href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CDEKozVbmC8` alt=`Video`></area>  <area title=`PDF` shape=`rect` coords=`291,99,548,167` href=`https://iown.website/bx/_files/113images/custom_site_files/wtf.pdf` alt=`PDF`></area>  <area title=`Like Me` shape=`rect` coords=`570,94,711,170` href=`https://www.facebook.com/pages/Kazanjianm-Drawing-Tutorials-on-Youtube/171813959504976` alt=`Like Me`></area>  <area title=`Subscribe` shape=`rect` coords=`571,3,712,88` href=`https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=kazanjianm` alt=`Subscribe`></area>  <area title=`Image Map` shape=`rect` coords=`718,178,720,180` href=`https://www.image-maps.com/index.php?aff=mapped_users_5201012280045486` alt=`Image Map`></area>  </map>  <!-- Image map text links - Start - If you do not wish to have text links under your image map, you can move or delete this DIV -->  <div style=`text-align: center; width: 720px; font-family: verdana; margin-left: auto; font-size: 12px; margin-right: auto;`><a style=`text-decoration:none; color:black; font-size:12px; font-family:verdana;` title=`Video` href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CDEKozVbmC8`>Video</a> | <a style=`text-decoration:none; color:black; font-size:12px; font-family:verdana;` title=`PDF` href=`https://iown.website/bx/_files/113images/custom_site_files/wtf.pdf`>PDF</a> | <a style=`text-decoration:none; color:black; font-size:12px; font-family:verdana;` title=`Like Me` href=`https://www.facebook.com/pages/Kazanjianm-Drawing-Tutorials-on-Youtube/171813959504976`>Like Me</a> | <a style=`text-decoration:none; color:black; font-size:12px; font-family:verdana;` title=`Subscribe` href=`https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=kazanjianm`>Subscribe</a> | <a style=`text-decoration:none; color:black; font-size:12px; font-family:verdana;` title=`Image Map` href=`https://www.image-maps.com/index.php?aff=mapped_users_5201012280045486`>Image Map</a></div>  <!-- Image map text links - End - --></div>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <object width=`711` height=`447` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/CDEKozVbmC8?fs=1&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/CDEKozVbmC8?fs=1&hl=en_US` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 728x90, created 3/31/10 */  google_ad_slot = `0328825729`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 90;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  <p><span style=`font-size: large;`>Directions: Watch the video (above) and draw along with me as I narrate. Each step will be documented with a reference image (below). You can also print out a PDF of this lesson by hitting the `Download PDF` button above the video. You are about to create a GREAT drawing. Take your time and use all of the resources on this page. Good luck!</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: large;`>- Merrill :)</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: large;`> </span><img title=`WTF 1` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs065.snc6/167591_1630750301509_1619167147_31402228_5041292_n.jpg` alt=`WTF 1` width=`700` height=`394` /><br /><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 1: Draw the two circular shapes and the rainbow shape for the forehead. Be sure to notice the size of the rainbow shape compared to the circular shapes.</span></p>  <p><img title=`WTF2` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash2/hs058.ash2/36241_1630750141505_1619167147_31402227_1641456_n.jpg` alt=`WTF2` width=`700` height=`394` /><br /><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 2: Draw in the nose shape. Notice that it is perfectly symmetrical. Also notice that it resembles a long winged bird in flight. <br /></span><img title=`WTF3A` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs069.snc6/167975_1630750021502_1619167147_31402226_4862244_n.jpg` alt=`WTF3A` width=`700` height=`394` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 3: Draw in the mouth. Notice that it is comprised of four distinct shapes- the upper lip, the upper teeth, the inner mouth and the bottom lip. Notice that the bottom teeth are not shown.</span></p>  <p><img title=`WTF4` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs1387.snc4/163908_1630749861498_1619167147_31402225_1009427_n.jpg` alt=`WTF4` width=`700` height=`394` /><br /><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 4: Complete the outline of the face. Be sure to add the double chin.</span></p>  <p><a href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pr7uQavqlQk` target=`_parent`><img title=`WTF5` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs1373.snc4/164565_1630749501489_1619167147_31402222_6457149_n.jpg` alt=`WTF5` width=`700` height=`394` /></a><br /><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 5: Add the eyebrows and the ears. Be sure to notice that the eyebrow shapes are at the top of the circle shapes from step one. If you need more help with the ears, check out this ear tutorial.</span></p>  <p><a href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UPwimXcLs2o` target=`_parent`><img title=`WTF6` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs745.ash1/163764_1630749621492_1619167147_31402223_5435929_n.jpg` alt=`WTF6` width=`700` height=`394` /></a><br /><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 6: Add the eyes. Notice that the eyes are almond shaped. For this facial expression, notice that the pupil and iris is separated from the eyelids. If you need more help with the eye, check out this eye tutorial. <br /></span><img title=`WTF8` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs1389.snc4/164153_1630749301484_1619167147_31402221_3763472_n.jpg` alt=`WTF8` width=`700` height=`394` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 7: Draw in the hair. You are probably saying WTF. Just trust me and draw what you see.</span></p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  <table style=`width: 728px; height: 469px;` border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <p><a href=`https://merrillk.com/?sid=135&idpage=supplies_i_use`><img title=`Shading` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs887.snc4/72020_1631113030577_1619167147_31403195_6047750_n.jpg` alt=`Shading` width=`700` height=`317` /></a></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: small;`>Notes:</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: small;`>- Leave the whites of the eye VERY WHITE.</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: small;`>- Darken the areas around the eye to make him look deranged.</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: small;`>- Use a paintbrush to smudge the cross hatching. Give each part of the face a smooth, gradual transition in tone. This is the paint brush that I always use-</span><span style=`font-size: small;`><a href=`https://iown.website/memberarea/<form method=` target=`_top`> </a></span></p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center`><img title=`Merrill`s Paintbrush` src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/050/80/05080-9002-2-2ww-m.jpg` alt=`Merrill`s Paintbrush` width=`135` height=`189` /><span style=`font-size: small;`>(Click on the image to learn more)</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: small;`>- I used a HB pencil and a 6B pencil to do most of the shading (cross hatching) in this image. These are the pencils that I use.</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: small;`><a href=`https://iown.website/memberarea/<form method=` target=`_top`></a></span> </p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center`><img title=`Pencils used by Merrill` src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/222/06/22206-0159-2ww-m.jpg` alt=`Pencils used by Merrill` width=`219` height=`175` /><span style=`font-size: small;`>(Click on the image to learn more)</span></p>  <p> </p>  <p><span style=`font-size: small;`> - For the line under the chin and on the edges of the face, use tortillions (paper stumps). Click here to buy the <a title=`Dick Blick Paper Stumps` href=`https://iown.website/memberarea/<form method=` target=`_top`>` target=`_blank`>paper stumps </a> <a href=`https://iown.website/memberarea/<form method=` target=`_top`>` target=`_parent`>(CLICK HERE)</a> that I use.</span></p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center`><span style=`font-size: small;`><a href=`https://iown.website/memberarea/<form method=` target=`_top`>` target=`_parent`><img title=`Blick Paper Stump` src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/229/93/22993-1000-2ww-m.jpg` alt=`Blick Paper Stump` width=`48` height=`197` /></a></span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: small;`>- Use REAL drawing paper (it has `tooth` or texture that helps you shade). DO NOT use copy paper (very smooth- no `tooth`. This is a link to the <a href=`https://iown.website/memberarea/<form method=` target=`_top`>` target=`_parent`>BEST deal on drawing paper on the internet- CLICK HERE- 500 Sheets of 80LB paper for ????? </a></span></p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center`><span style=`font-size: small;`><img title=`Blick Paper Great Deal on Drawing Paper` src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/102/09/10209-OC3-m.jpg` alt=`Blick Paper Great Deal on Drawing Paper` width=`280` height=`135` /></span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: small;`>- The hair on the sides of the head has greyed and it is very short (Do not put full pressure on the pencil). </span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: small;`>- The hair on the top has thinned. (Do not press hard- Leave sporadic individual lines)</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: small;`>- Notice the darker tones at his hairline.</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: small;`>- Use the paint brush on the top of his head to give it the illusion of roundness</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: small;`>- The bottom half of the head seems slightly more in shadow than the top. This is because most lighting is above our heads, but also because of male facial hair (stubble). </span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: small;`>- Notice that the moustache is NOT one solid tone</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: small;`>-Notice that the lines on the forehead do not go past 1/2 the height of the forehead. </span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center`><span style=`font-size: large;`>Steps 8,9,10,11</span></p>  <p><img title=`WTF8` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs1371.snc4/164350_1630749141480_1619167147_31402219_1838979_n.jpg` alt=`WTF8` width=`700` height=`394` /></p>  <p><img title=`WTF9` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash2/hs404.ash2/68206_1630749021477_1619167147_31402218_5648704_n.jpg` alt=`WTF9` width=`700` height=`394` /></p>  <p><img title=`WTF10` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs043.snc6/167352_1630748901474_1619167147_31402217_3216915_n.jpg` alt=`WTF10` width=`700` height=`394` /></p>  <p><img title=`WTF Finished` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs1365.snc4/163734_1630751181531_1619167147_31402229_7588134_n.jpg` alt=`WTF Fin` width=`700` height=`394` /></p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table> How to Draw Megan Fox Step by Step. <p>  <object width=`640` height=`385` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/n6X2APWTGZ0?fs=1&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/n6X2APWTGZ0?fs=1&hl=en_US` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p><span style=`font-size: small;`><strong>Above:</strong> A step by step drawing tutorial on how to draw Megan Fox</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: small;`><strong>Below:</strong> The Materials that I used to draw her.</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: small;`><strong>FAR BELOW:</strong> The extended shading tutorial for this video. </span></p>  <form action=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`>`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/222/06/22206-0159-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`15-Piece Drawing Set` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>15-Piece Drawing Set</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Faber-Castell makes the best drawing pencils. These pencils are mixed with graphite and clay and enhance an artists ability to create and layer dark tones. You will see me use this set in almost all of my videos.  </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22206-0159` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/faber-castell-9000-pencils/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22206-0159-8888` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.anrdoezrs.net/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/204/43/20443-2061-1-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Lyra Graphite Crayons` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Lyra Graphite Crayons</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Do you ever get TIRED of shading with a fine `tip` pencil? 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These synthetic brushes collect particles of graphite as they are rubbed on a piece of paper. This enables me to softly move and blend tones. 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I like Leow-Cornell because the stump is more compact and the tips do not wear as easily as other brands. I use these tools in almost every one of my videos.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22866-4014` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/loew-cornell-blending-stumps/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22866-4014` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/102/09/10209-OC3-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>: Really, I DARE YOU, try to find a better value than this one! 500 sheets of 80LB (thick) drawing paper for $11.50. AMAZING DEAL!......If you use computer paper to create your drawings, you are ROBBING yourself from seeing what you can really do! This paper has more `tooth` (texture on the surface) than computer paper and your ability to shade will be enhanced. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`10209-1033` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/blick-white-sulphite-drawing-paper/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=10209-1033` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` />   <table style=`width: 599px; height: 22px;` border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <p>This video is going to show you how to draw Megan Fox. It doesn`t matter what your experience level is at drawing. All you have to do is follow the step by step instructions in this video. If you give it a try, you might transform your artistic skills.</p>  <p><img title=`1 megan fox step by step drawing` src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/179839_1704046293863_1619167147_31533145_3453155_n.jpg` alt=`megan fox step by step drawing` width=`720` height=`405` /><br />Step 1.) Draw the rainbow shape and the wavy line below it.</p>  <p><img title=`how to draw megan fox step by step` src=`https://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/180705_1704046613871_1619167147_31533147_1846089_n.jpg` alt=`2 how to draw megan fox step by step` width=`720` height=`405` /><br />Step 2.) Turn the rainbow shape in to an egg shape. Notice that the bottom part of the egg shape is bigger than the top. Add the two ellipses below the wavy line. Notice that the two elipses are slightly different from each other. The one on your right is more circular and the one on the left is more oval like.</p>  <p><img title=`megan fox drawing` src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/169092_1704046773875_1619167147_31533148_1163610_n.jpg` alt=`megan fox drawing` width=`720` height=`405` /><br />Step 3.) Step 3 is the tricky step. Take some extra time to observe before you draw. Notice the placement and shape of the squiggly line for the nose. It is slightly lower than the half way point of the egg shape for the head. It is not as wide as the flattened M shape for the top lip. When you draw the top lip, be sure to observe that it is closer to the nose, than the chin.</p>  <p><img title=`megan fox ` src=`https://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/180079_1704046933879_1619167147_31533149_3325305_n.jpg` alt=`megan fox` width=`720` height=`405` /><br />Step 4.) Add the bottom lip and the space between the lips. Notice that I put a darker line below where the teeth will go. The bottom lip is similar to the width of the two shapes above it.</p>  <p><img title=`megan fox drawing tutorial` src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/180527_1704047213886_1619167147_31533150_4010060_n.jpg` alt=`megan fox drawing tutorial` width=`720` height=`405` /><br />Step 5.) Just breathe! While this step looks difficult it is not urgent to perfectly get the shape of the hair. Remember,,,,,With the exception of the MTV show, Jersey Shore, hair is moving and never in a constant shape. Observe the hair in this image and draw it on your paper.</p>  <p><img title=`megan fox eyes` src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/180629_1704047373890_1619167147_31533151_7432183_n.jpg` alt=`megan fox eyes` width=`720` height=`405` /><br />Step 6.) Add the eyes and eye brows. Notice that the eyebrows are at the top of the ellipses and the eyes fall in the center of the shapes. Notice that there is a double line over each eye. Also notice where the pupil and iris fall within the eye shape. Dont go too dark (yet) on the pupil and iris. She has green eyes.</p>  <p>  <object width=`640` height=`385` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/64P3m8hvyFI?fs=1&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/64P3m8hvyFI?fs=1&hl=en_US` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p>Extended shading tutorial of my drawing of Megan Fox<br />Tips:<br />Dont go too dark (yet) on the pupil and iris. She has green eyes. Dont go too dark (yet) on the pupil and iris. She has green eyes. is applied, the lashes stick together in a triangular shape. Her lashes are SUPER long. You can add that as a dark value right away. Dont go too dark (yet) on the pupil and iris. She has green eyes. When make up is applied, the lashes stick together in a triangular shape. The eyebrows can be shaded in as one tone (usually there is variation). The tone should be dark. Make sure that the bottom lashes are NOT as long as the top. With the mascara, her bottom lashes seem to be half the length of the top ones. This will seem wierd!.....But, the way that her head was turned, I only put in one nostril (with a hint of the second one......SOMEONE CALL STAR MAGAZINE! Megan Fox only has one nostril! Just kidding! :) Looks kind of scary now!....All drawings go through their arkward stages....at least mine do! Try to develop all parts of your drawing at the same pace The nose is tricky in this picture. There is a strong shadow on the right side of her face, but it is very complex. It is darkest 1.) in the nostril, 2.) followed by the bottom of the nose. 3.) The top of the nose by the right eye......It will take time to develop these tones. Notice how far back I hold my pencil.....I recommend that you try it! It works well for drawing and shading. When I need more control, I hold it closer to the tip. That brush is VERY soft tipped! I will use a bristle brush later.....and a blending stump. The bristle brush and the blending stump move the graphite more effectively, the soft tip brush gives a smoother blend. I use a HB pencil for most of the skin shading. I used a 4B for the lashes, eyes, nose, brows and the corner of the mouth. That is the 4B drawing pencil. That is the shadow created by her hair (overlapping her face), It is a very important shadow for this drawing to be believable. Corners of the mouth 4B..... lips HB. Shadow at the bottom of the bottom lip.....dont go too dark! Go light on the lines between the teeth. Hint at their existence....especially at the gum line. That is a 9B Graphite stick. It is extra wide to cover large areas. A graphite stick is the SAME THING as a pencil. The hair is very variable. I just recommend that you take the shape from this picture...but dont feel pressure to get it perfectly. Notice what I did on (her) right side....I drew in strong lines with the 9B graphite stick and then hatched (cross hatching) over it with a few lighter pencils (lighter as in 7B, 4B, HB). After I finish the hair, notice how much I use the HB pencil for the skin tones- (the yellow and the blue pencils are the HB`s)</p>  <p><img title=`megan fox shading` src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/182259_1704047453892_1619167147_31533152_6716585_n.jpg` alt=`megan fox shading` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`megan fox pencil drawing` src=`https://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/180522_1704047573895_1619167147_31533153_6466794_n.jpg` alt=`megan fox pencil drawing` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`megan fox artwork` src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/181599_1704047773900_1619167147_31533154_3899067_n.jpg` alt=`megan fox artwork` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`megan fox hair shading` src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/181688_1704047893903_1619167147_31533155_5857604_n.jpg` alt=`megan fox hair shading` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`megan fox pretty` src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/180330_1704048333914_1619167147_31533157_1163980_n.jpg` alt=`megan fox pretty beautiful` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`megan fox portrait drawing step by step` src=`https://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/182471_1704048453917_1619167147_31533158_5372307_n.jpg` alt=`megan fox portrait drawing step by step` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`megan fox step by step video` src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/182204_1704048733924_1619167147_31533159_3557297_n.jpg` alt=`megan fox step by step video` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`megan fox portrait finished` src=`https://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/180451_1704049053932_1619167147_31533161_81978_n.jpg` alt=`megan fox portrait finished` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <p> </p> How to Draw a Lamborghini Step by Step. <p>  <object width=`640` height=`385` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/y7feR57K7jI?fs=1&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/y7feR57K7jI?fs=1&hl=en_US` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p><span style=`font-size: small;`><strong>Above:</strong> How to Draw Lamborghini Step by Step</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: small;`><strong>Below:</strong> The supplies I used to make this drawing + Step by Step Instruction.</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: small;`>  <table border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <p> <span style=`font-size: medium;`>How to Render Cars in Photoshop: Fast and Easy- </span><a href=`https://d6542emmcho6d81dh8hyeefpb3.hop.clickbank.net/?tid=Y89XXLGB` target=`_top`><span style=`font-size: medium;`><span style=`color: #3366ff;`>Click Here!</span></span></a></p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left`><span style=`color: #3366ff;`> </span><a href=`https://d6542emmcho6d81dh8hyeefpb3.hop.clickbank.net/?tid=Y89XXLGB`></a></p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center`><a href=`https://a6281hpkgflacb1dimexhl2u0s.hop.clickbank.net/?tid=Y89XXLGB`><img title=`How to Render Cars in Photoshop Fast and Easy` src=`https://www.how-to-draw-cars.com/video/images/video_cover.jpg` alt=`How to Render Cars in Photoshop Fast and Easy` width=`183` height=`250` /></a></p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </span></p>  <form action=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`>`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/222/06/22206-0159-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`15-Piece Drawing Set` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>15-Piece Drawing Set</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Faber-Castell makes the best drawing pencils. These pencils are mixed with graphite and clay and enhance an artists ability to create and layer dark tones. You will see me use this set in almost all of my videos.  </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22206-0159` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/faber-castell-9000-pencils/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22206-0159-8888` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.anrdoezrs.net/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/204/43/20443-2061-1-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Lyra Graphite Crayons` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Lyra Graphite Crayons</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Do you ever get TIRED of shading with a fine `tip` pencil? Get my `point`? This tool will save you time and money.</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>Click `MORE` to see me use this product in a video-</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`20443-2091` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/lyra-graphite-crayons/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=20443-2091` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/050/80/05080-9002-2-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Robert Simmons White Sable Brushes` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Robert Simmons White Sable Brushes</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>: Robert Simmons brushes get better with age. These synthetic brushes collect particles of graphite as they are rubbed on a piece of paper. This enables me to softly move and blend tones. Most often I use the `Flat Size 10` brush but it helps to have a variety of sizes and shapes. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`05824-1010` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/robert-simmons-white-sable-brushes/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=05824-1010` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` />  <p> </p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.kqzyfj.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/228/66/22866-1059-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Loew-Cornell Blending Stumps` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Loew-Cornell Blending Stumps</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>- INVALUBLE tools for blending! These will cost you LESS than a trip on the subway (Less than 2 dollars) and enhance your shading capacity substantially! I like Leow-Cornell because the stump is more compact and the tips do not wear as easily as other brands. I use these tools in almost every one of my videos.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22866-4014` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/loew-cornell-blending-stumps/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22866-4014` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/102/09/10209-OC3-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>: Really, I DARE YOU, try to find a better value than this one! 500 sheets of 80LB (thick) drawing paper for $11.50. AMAZING DEAL!......If you use computer paper to create your drawings, you are ROBBING yourself from seeing what you can really do! This paper has more `tooth` (texture on the surface) than computer paper and your ability to shade will be enhanced. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`10209-1033` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/blick-white-sulphite-drawing-paper/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=10209-1033` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` />   <table style=`width: 600px; height: 118px;` border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center`><span style=`font-size: large;`>How to Draw a Lamborghini: Step by Step</span></p>  <p>Today, you are going to learn how to draw a 250,000 dollar sports car that goes 0-60 faster than Fred Flintstone on Red Bull.......Wait a second....it has power windows....make that 260,000 dollars. All you have to do is follow my step my step instructions and watch the shading tutorial and youll be able to draw the Lamborghini Gallardo. Lets get started/</p>  <p><img title=`how to draw lamborghini step by step` src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/167236_1692181677255_1619167147_31510627_320680_n.jpg` alt=`how to draw lamborghini step by step` width=`720` height=`405` /><br /><br />Step 1: Draw the three trapezoids that you see. Take extra time to observe their placement. Due to the rules of perspective the large trapezoid at the top is rounded at its top.</p>  <p><img title=`lamborghini drawing headlights roof and hood` src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/169038_1692181797258_1619167147_31510628_6212823_n.jpg` alt=`lamborghini drawing headlights hood and roof` width=`720` height=`405` /><br />Step 2: Dont Freak out! Look closely, all I added was a half circle with other shapes inside. Notice that the half circle is slightly smaller than the large trapezoid shape from step 1.</p>  <p><img title=`lamborghini pencil drawing step by step wheels` src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/180833_1692181957262_1619167147_31510629_6527635_n.jpg` alt=`lamborghini pencil drawing step by step wheels` width=`720` height=`405` /><br />Step 3: Now here is the hard one! First, notice that I closed the shape on the right side. Second, notice that I added a rectangular shape directly below the smaller trapezoids from step one. Take time to notice the placement of the shapes within the rectangle. Finally, notice the horseshoe shape in between and below the shapes added from steps 1 and 2.</p>  <p><img title=`lamborghini step by step 4` src=`https://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/169091_1692182037264_1619167147_31510630_2431496_n.jpg` alt=`lamborghini spoiler engine drawing step by step` width=`720` height=`405` /><br />Step 4: Add the front tires and the fancy thingey on the door. If you made it through step 3, step 4 will be a breeze.</p>  <p><img title=`lamborghini gallardo countache` src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/168399_1692182197268_1619167147_31510631_3314971_n.jpg` alt=`lamborghini step by step drawing` width=`720` height=`405` /><br />Step 5: Complete the back end of the car from observation. Take some extra time to notice the details of the rims and wheels.</p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <p>  <table border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center`><span style=`font-size: large;`>Shading</span></p>  <p><img title=`pencil shading lamborghini step by step` src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/179404_1692182317271_1619167147_31510632_4298890_n.jpg` alt=`pencil shading lamborghini` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`lamborghini drawing step by step shading pencil` src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/168713_1692182437274_1619167147_31510633_4496286_n.jpg` alt=`lamborghini drawing step by step shading pencil` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`drawing of lamborghini easy` src=`https://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/180614_1692182637279_1619167147_31510635_826725_n.jpg` alt=`lamborghini gallardo drawing step by step` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img title=`lamborghini red drawing` src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/180675_1692182877285_1619167147_31510638_7310339_n.jpg` alt=`lamborghini white drawing` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><img src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/167014_1692182957287_1619167147_31510639_3365235_n.jpg` alt=`finished complete lamborghini drawing` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p> How to Draw Lady Gaga Step by Step. <p>  <table style=`background-color: #ffffff; width: 720px;` border=`0` align=`center`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <p>  <object width=`712` height=`429` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/qG831ZVjRnM?fs=1&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/qG831ZVjRnM?fs=1&hl=en_US` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 728x90, created 3/31/10 */  google_ad_slot = `0328825729`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 90;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p>  <p>Youve asked for it! So here it is. This video will give you step by step instruction on how to draw Ms. Stefani Germanotta....also known as Lady Gaga. Grab your pencil and paper and pause the video at the end of each step and you will be able to draw her.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>   <p><img title=`How to Draw Lady Gaga Lady Ga-ga step by step 1` src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/251564_2076214597838_1619167147_31979072_4828184_n.jpg` alt=`How to Draw Lady Gaga Lady Ga-ga step by step 1` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 1: Draw the shapes that you see. Notice that it is a slightly longer distance from the bottom of the sunglasses to the chin, than from the top of the sunglasses to the hairline.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`How to draw Lady Gaga Lady Ga-ga step by step 2` src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/283299_2076214837844_1619167147_31979074_8103937_n.jpg` alt=`How to draw Lady Gaga Lady Ga-ga step by step 2` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 2: This shape does not have to be perfect so dont stress out. The hair is obviously widest at the bottom... but also notice that it is a similar distance from top of the head to the chin and from the chin to the bottom of the hair.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`How to draw Lady Gaga Lady ga-ga step by step 3` src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/283299_2076214837844_1619167147_31979074_8103937_n.jpg` alt=`How to draw Lady Gaga Lady ga-ga step by step 3` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 3: In step three, we start to define Gaga`s clothes. Also, add in the nose and some details to the sunglasses. There will be a close up of the face very soon if you cant see the details in this slide.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`How to draw Lady Gaga Lady Ga-ga step by step 4` src=`https://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/284378_2076214917846_1619167147_31979075_7116979_n.jpg` alt=`How to draw Lady Gaga Lady Ga-ga step by step 4` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 4: Add the mouth and eyebrows.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>   <p><img title=`How to draw Lady Gaga Lady Ga-ga step by step 5` src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/281295_2076215077850_1619167147_31979076_7336203_n.jpg` alt=`How to draw Lady Gaga Lady Ga-ga step by step 5` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 5: Add the details for the hair. Please note that the details do not have to be identical to mine.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>   <p><img title=`How to draw Lady Gaga Lady Ga-ga step by step 6` src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/262801_2076215477860_1619167147_31979078_7819024_n.jpg` alt=`How to draw Lady Gaga Lady Ga-ga step by step 6` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 6: Add Lady Gaga`s jacket.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`How to draw Lady Gaga Lady Ga-ga step by step 7` src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/285036_2076215797868_1619167147_31979079_2686239_n.jpg` alt=`How to draw Lady Gaga Lady Ga-ga step by step 7` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Here is a Close up of her face.</p>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 728x90, created 3/31/10 */  google_ad_slot = `0328825729`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 90;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>   <p style=`text-align: center;`><span style=`font-size: large;`><strong>Supplies I Used to Draw Lady Gaga </strong></span></p>  <p> </p>  <form action=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`>`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/222/06/22206-0159-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`15-Piece Drawing Set` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>15-Piece Drawing Set</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Faber-Castell makes the best drawing pencils. These pencils are mixed with graphite and clay and enhance an artists ability to create and layer dark tones. You will see me use this set in almost all of my videos.  </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22206-0159` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/faber-castell-9000-pencils/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22206-0159-8888` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.anrdoezrs.net/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/204/43/20443-2061-1-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Lyra Graphite Crayons` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Lyra Graphite Crayons</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Do you ever get TIRED of shading with a fine `tip` pencil? Get my `point`? This tool will save you time and money.</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>Click `MORE` to see me use this product in a video-</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`20443-2091` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/lyra-graphite-crayons/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=20443-2091` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/050/80/05080-9002-2-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Robert Simmons White Sable Brushes` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Robert Simmons White Sable Brushes</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>: Robert Simmons brushes get better with age. These synthetic brushes collect particles of graphite as they are rubbed on a piece of paper. This enables me to softly move and blend tones. Most often I use the `Flat Size 10` brush but it helps to have a variety of sizes and shapes. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`05824-1010` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/robert-simmons-white-sable-brushes/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=05824-1010` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` />  <p> </p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.kqzyfj.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/228/66/22866-1059-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Loew-Cornell Blending Stumps` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Loew-Cornell Blending Stumps</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>- INVALUBLE tools for blending! These will cost you LESS than a trip on the subway (Less than 2 dollars) and enhance your shading capacity substantially! I like Leow-Cornell because the stump is more compact and the tips do not wear as easily as other brands. I use these tools in almost every one of my videos.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22866-4014` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/loew-cornell-blending-stumps/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22866-4014` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/102/09/10209-OC3-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>: Really, I DARE YOU, try to find a better value than this one! 500 sheets of 80LB (thick) drawing paper for $11.50. AMAZING DEAL!......If you use computer paper to create your drawings, you are ROBBING yourself from seeing what you can really do! This paper has more `tooth` (texture on the surface) than computer paper and your ability to shade will be enhanced. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`10209-1033` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/blick-white-sulphite-drawing-paper/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=10209-1033` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.dpbolvw.net/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/200/72/20072-1000-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Coates Premium Artist`s Willow Charcoal` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Coates Premium Artist`s Willow Charcoal</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>Merrill`s Opinion- I use this to block in large areas such as hair. This product can be combined with drawing pencils.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`20072-1000` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/coates-premium-artists-willow-charcoal/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=20072-1000` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form><img src=`https://www.tqlkg.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /> <form action=`https://www.dpbolvw.net/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/229/21/22921-1001-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`General`s White Charcoal` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>General`s White Charcoal</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>Merrill`s Opinion- I use this to add highlights at the end of a drawing. It mixes with both pencil and charcoal. Each stick measures 3` × ¼` × ¼` (76 mm × 6 mm × 6 mm).</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22921-1001` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/generals-white-charcoal/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22921-1001` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form><img src=`https://www.lduhtrp.net/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` />  <p> </p>  <p>Shading</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> <img title=`how to draw Lady Gaga Lady Ga-ga step by step 8` src=`https://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/262456_2076215957872_1619167147_31979080_5138675_n.jpg` alt=`how to draw Lady Gaga Lady Ga-ga step by step 8` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> <img title=`how to draw Lady Gaga Lady Ga-ga step by step 9` src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/215082_2076216037874_1619167147_31979081_3330719_n.jpg` alt=`how to draw Lady Gaga Lady Ga-ga step by step 9` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> <img title=`How to draw Lady Gaga Lady Ga-ga step by step 10` src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/189278_2076216117876_1619167147_31979082_3901778_n.jpg` alt=`How to draw Lady Gaga Lady Ga-ga step by step 10` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> <img title=`How to draw Lady Gaga Lady Ga-ga step by step 11` src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/215091_2076216237879_1619167147_31979083_2321605_n.jpg` alt=`How to draw Lady Gaga Lady Ga-ga step by step 11` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> <img title=`how to draw Lady Gaga Lady Ga-Ga step by step 12` src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/226002_2076216357882_1619167147_31979084_5388641_n.jpg` alt=`how to draw Lady Gaga Lady Ga-Ga step by step 12` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> <img title=`How to draw Lady Gaga Lady Ga-ga step by step 13` src=`https://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/267243_2076216477885_1619167147_31979085_7820092_n.jpg` alt=`How to draw Lady Gaga Lady Ga-ga step by step 13` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> <img title=`How to draw Lady Gaga Lady Ga-Ga step by step 14` src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/228996_2076216597888_1619167147_31979086_8071350_n.jpg` alt=`How to draw Lady Gaga Lady Ga-Ga step by step 14` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> <img title=`how to draw Lady Gaga Lady Ga-ga step by step 15` src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/223727_2076216757892_1619167147_31979087_4705325_n.jpg` alt=`how to draw Lady Gaga Lady Ga-ga step by step 15` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p> How to Draw Leonidas from 300 Step by Step. <p>  <object width=`640` height=`385` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/oRMJ7_LHyWU?fs=1&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/oRMJ7_LHyWU?fs=1&hl=en_US` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* Across top */  google_ad_slot = `1049141337`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 15;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p>  <p><span style=`font-size: small;`><strong>Above:</strong> A Step by Step drawing video which will show you how to Draw Leonidas from 300...THIS IS SPARTA!!!!</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: small;`><strong>Below:</strong> The art supplies that I used to make this drawing.</span></p>  <form action=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`>`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/222/06/22206-0159-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`15-Piece Drawing Set` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>15-Piece Drawing Set</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Faber-Castell makes the best drawing pencils. These pencils are mixed with graphite and clay and enhance an artists ability to create and layer dark tones. You will see me use this set in almost all of my videos.  </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22206-0159` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/faber-castell-9000-pencils/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22206-0159-8888` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.anrdoezrs.net/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/204/43/20443-2061-1-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Lyra Graphite Crayons` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Lyra Graphite Crayons</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Do you ever get TIRED of shading with a fine `tip` pencil? Get my `point`? This tool will save you time and money.</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>Click `MORE` to see me use this product in a video-</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`20443-2091` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/lyra-graphite-crayons/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=20443-2091` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/050/80/05080-9002-2-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Robert Simmons White Sable Brushes` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Robert Simmons White Sable Brushes</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>: Robert Simmons brushes get better with age. These synthetic brushes collect particles of graphite as they are rubbed on a piece of paper. This enables me to softly move and blend tones. Most often I use the `Flat Size 10` brush but it helps to have a variety of sizes and shapes. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`05824-1010` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/robert-simmons-white-sable-brushes/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=05824-1010` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` />  <p> </p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.kqzyfj.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/228/66/22866-1059-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Loew-Cornell Blending Stumps` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Loew-Cornell Blending Stumps</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>- INVALUBLE tools for blending! These will cost you LESS than a trip on the subway (Less than 2 dollars) and enhance your shading capacity substantially! I like Leow-Cornell because the stump is more compact and the tips do not wear as easily as other brands. I use these tools in almost every one of my videos.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22866-4014` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/loew-cornell-blending-stumps/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22866-4014` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/102/09/10209-OC3-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>: Really, I DARE YOU, try to find a better value than this one! 500 sheets of 80LB (thick) drawing paper for $11.50. AMAZING DEAL!......If you use computer paper to create your drawings, you are ROBBING yourself from seeing what you can really do! This paper has more `tooth` (texture on the surface) than computer paper and your ability to shade will be enhanced. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`10209-1033` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/blick-white-sulphite-drawing-paper/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=10209-1033` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` />   <table style=`width: 616px; height: 238px;` border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>Tonight we dine in Hell. If you are up for the challenge, I will teach you how to draw a very angry greek man who likes to kick people in to bottomless pits.<br />It doesnt matter if you are new to drawing the more you sweat here , the less you`ll bleed in battle. Just follow my step by step instructions... and remember...No retreat, no surrender. Our pencils will block out the sun...Then we shall draw in the shade.<br /><br />Merrill.....um this is Madness<br /><br /><br />Madness? THIS IS KAZANJIANM!!<br /><br />Be sure to pause the video at the end of each step.<br /><br />Step 1: Draw in the Beard Shape. Be sure to notice that it is slightly asymetrical.<br />Step 2: Draw in the shape for the hair. Notice that the shapes from steps 1 and 2 are equal in height.<br />Step 3: Draw in the ovals for the eye sockets and the ear shape<br />Step 4: Add the shape for his clothing. This shape does not have to be perfect but notice that it is slightly wider at the neck.<br />Step 5: is a difficult step. The sword shape is slightly taller than the head and it points away from the body and towards the left upper corner of the page. The fingers will be heavily shaded later so it is more important that you focus on the shape of the hand. Take extra time on this step.<br />Step 6: Add some light lines to define the chest and left arm. Do not press hard, just hint at their existence, they will be shaded heavily later. Add an arrow going through Leonidas` chest......<br />Step 7: Take your time and add the detail to Leonidas` face. Take extra time to observe the placement of the teeth and the eyes. In order to get a likeness this is an important step to conquer. Gerard Butler</td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p> Mugshot Artmorph. <p>  <object width=`640` height=`385` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/3Sl6_VZ9uJc?fs=1&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/3Sl6_VZ9uJc?fs=1&hl=en_US` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p>  <table style=`width: 637px; height: 58px;` border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>Why the long face? This video is a photo morph (photocollage) of the greatest mugshots of all time. I merged Nick Nolte, James Brown, Paul Reubens (Pee Wee Herman) and Miss Arizona contestant Kumari Fulbright.<br /><br />Below: The software that I used to make this video (the latest version)</td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://store.corel.com/wcsstore/CorelMasterCatalog//upload/boxshots/paint_shop_pro_photo_X3_generic_3d_rt.gif` border=`0` alt=`Paintshop Pro Photo X3` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Paintshop Pro Photo X3</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>Back to School and Save $40 on PaintShop Photo Pro X3. PaintShop Photo Pro X3. Available by instant download or box - Paint Shop Pro Photo X3. Powerful photo software that?s loaded with extras like: Media recovery software, Creative content pack, Corel Painter Photo Essentials 4 and a 2 GB USB flash drive?over $200 in value. View and edit photos quickly using the Express Lab. Retouch like a pro with unique Makeover Tools. Over 600 artistic special effects give photos a unique look. Professional tools like HDR Photo Merge Curves & Levels. Rely on the integrated Learning Center for step-by-step instruction.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`trkid` type=`hidden` value=`CJ` /> <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10707330` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`PK_TS13ESD` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://apps.corel.com/store/productpage.asp?partnumber=OL_TS13&quantity=1&cur=USD&store=US&trkid=CJ? ?` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10707330` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p> How to Draw Michael Jordan Step by Step Part 2. <p>  <object width=`640` height=`385` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/vzvj5vN_1FI?fs=1&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/vzvj5vN_1FI?fs=1&hl=en_US` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p> </p>  <p><span style=`font-size: small;`><strong>Above:</strong> How to draw Michael Jordan Step by Step</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: small;`><strong>Below:</strong> The supplies I used to make this drawing.</span></p>  <form action=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://store.corel.com/wcsstore/CorelMasterCatalog//upload/boxshots/paint_shop_pro_photo_X3_generic_3d_rt.gif` border=`0` alt=`Paintshop Pro Photo X3` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Paintshop Pro Photo X3</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>Back to School and Save $40 on PaintShop Photo Pro X3. PaintShop Photo Pro X3. Available by instant download or box - Paint Shop Pro Photo X3. Powerful photo software that?s loaded with extras like: Media recovery software, Creative content pack, Corel Painter Photo Essentials 4 and a 2 GB USB flash drive?over $200 in value. View and edit photos quickly using the Express Lab. Retouch like a pro with unique Makeover Tools. Over 600 artistic special effects give photos a unique look. Professional tools like HDR Photo Merge Curves & Levels. Rely on the integrated Learning Center for step-by-step instruction.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`trkid` type=`hidden` value=`CJ` /> <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10707330` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`PK_TS13ESD` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://apps.corel.com/store/productpage.asp?partnumber=OL_TS13&quantity=1&cur=USD&store=US&trkid=CJ? ?` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  <p> </p>  <p>  <table style=`width: 605px; height: 274px;` border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>This is part 2 of my tutorial on how to draw Michael Jordan. Part 1 showed you how to draw MJ`s head and this part will teach you how to draw his body. I recommend that you hit the link in the video description to go to a printable step by step guide. Lets get started. <br /><br />Step 1- For Step one, try to draw the shapes that I just added. Notice that his body goes out to your right a little bit less than a head length, from ear to ear. The bottom of his collar is also less than a head length down<br /><br />Step 2- Complete the shape for the shirt. Notice that the entire length of the shirt is almost 2 head lengths.<br /><br />Step 3- Observe and add the shapes for the upper arms.<br /><br />Step 4- Add the shape for the basketball and the right arm. notice that it is similar to a vase shape.<br /><br />Step 5- Add the forearm and the shape for the hand.<br /><br />Step 6- Add the shape for MJ`s shorts. notice that his legs are moving in a different direction than his upper body.<br /><br />Step 7- Draw in the shape for the lower legs. notice that they are angled in the same direction as the upper body.<br /><br />Step 8- Draw in MJ`s shoes<br /><br />Step 9- Fix MJ`s hand.</td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10707330` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p> How to Draw Michael Jordan Step By Step Part 1. <p>  <object width=`640` height=`385` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/uZPhpQSv2qg?fs=1&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/uZPhpQSv2qg?fs=1&hl=en_US` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p><span style=`font-size: small;`><strong>Above:</strong> How to draw Michael Jordan Step by Step</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: small;`><strong>Below:</strong> The supplies I used to make this drawing.</span></p>  <form action=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://store.corel.com/wcsstore/CorelMasterCatalog//upload/boxshots/paint_shop_pro_photo_X3_generic_3d_rt.gif` border=`0` alt=`Paintshop Pro Photo X3` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Paintshop Pro Photo X3</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>Back to School and Save $40 on PaintShop Photo Pro X3. PaintShop Photo Pro X3. Available by instant download or box - Paint Shop Pro Photo X3. Powerful photo software that?s loaded with extras like: Media recovery software, Creative content pack, Corel Painter Photo Essentials 4 and a 2 GB USB flash drive?over $200 in value. View and edit photos quickly using the Express Lab. Retouch like a pro with unique Makeover Tools. Over 600 artistic special effects give photos a unique look. Professional tools like HDR Photo Merge Curves & Levels. Rely on the integrated Learning Center for step-by-step instruction.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`trkid` type=`hidden` value=`CJ` /> <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10707330` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`PK_TS13ESD` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://apps.corel.com/store/productpage.asp?partnumber=OL_TS13&quantity=1&cur=USD&store=US&trkid=CJ? ?` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  <p> </p>  <p>  <table style=`width: 605px; height: 274px;` border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>Do you fake the funk on a nasty dunk? Little Old Man`s `got game`, but his skills are nothing compared to Michael Jordan of the Chicago Bulls (NBA- National Basketball Association), the man most responsible for keeping my Knicks without a title in the 1990`s. It took me a long time to forgive MJ for that... but I think I have ...so I made a two video tutorial on how to draw him......Video 1 will give you step by step instruction on how to draw his head and video 2 will give you step by step instruction on how to draw his body. As always, hit the link in the video description to go to a printable step by step guide to help you draw and shade. Pause the video at the end of each step. Lets get started<br /><br />Step 1: Draw an egg shape<br />Step 2: Put ears on the egg shape.... notice that the ear to your right is smaller than the ear to the left because his head is turned. Notice that their placement is on either side of the center of the egg.<br />Step 3: Add the two polygons that you see. Start each polygon at the top of the ear shape. Take some extra time to notice their shape and size. Then, just below the bottom of each ear, add a flat line, which we will later turn in to Michael Jordans nose. Finally, add a line for the mouth, one third of the way down, between the nose line and the chin line, at the bottom of the egg.<br />Step 4: Take a second to observe what happened to the nose line- I turned it in to three connected arcs. Notice the size and placement of the nostrils. Also add the sloping lines on either side of the nose<br />Step 5: Add the lines around the mouth. Notice that the top lip is M shaped and smaller than the bottom lip, which is shaped like an upside down rainbow. Also, observe and add Michael Jordan`s moustache. <br />Step 6: Add the eyes and eyebrows. Take a second to notice their size and placement. The eyebrows are somewhat triangular, and lie on the inside corners of the polygons. The eyes are almond shaped and lie closer to the top, than the bottom of the polygon.<br />Step 7: Take some time to observe and add the lines for the shadows at the top of his head.<br />Step 8: Now observe and add the shadow lines on the bottom of the face.....He kind of looks like Darth Maul from Star Wars<br />Step 9: Add the lines for the ear on the left. If you wish, do the same for the ear on the right. <br /><br />To shade I used a paint brush, graphite sticks, 3B, 6B and HB pencils, a blending stump (tortillion)....a q-tip can be substituted. I made this drawing on charcoal paper. <br /><br />Michael Jordan played most of his career with the Chicago Bulls, but also played for the Washington Wizards. He took a year off to play in the White Sox organization (MLB- Major League Baseball) for the <br />Birmingham Barons after the death of his father James Jordan, He hit 203 and managed to hit 3 home runs and drive in over 50 runs. While jordan was with the bulls, he teamed with Scottie Pippen and Phil Jackson to win five championships. Michael Jordan finished his career with the highest PPG average.</td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10707330` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p> How to Draw Kurt Cobain Step by Step. <p>  <object width=`640` height=`385` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/FN4zEN9rn7Y?fs=1&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/FN4zEN9rn7Y?fs=1&hl=en_US` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p><span style=`font-size: small;`><strong>Above:</strong> Video tutorial demonstrating how to draw Kurt Cobain step by step</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: small;`><strong>Below:</strong> The art supplies that I used to make this drawing.</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: small;`><strong>Far Below:</strong> Extended Shading Tutorial</span></p>  <form action=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`>`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/222/06/22206-0159-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`15-Piece Drawing Set` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>15-Piece Drawing Set</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Faber-Castell makes the best drawing pencils. These pencils are mixed with graphite and clay and enhance an artists ability to create and layer dark tones. You will see me use this set in almost all of my videos.  </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22206-0159` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/faber-castell-9000-pencils/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22206-0159-8888` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.anrdoezrs.net/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/204/43/20443-2061-1-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Lyra Graphite Crayons` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Lyra Graphite Crayons</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Do you ever get TIRED of shading with a fine `tip` pencil? Get my `point`? 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These synthetic brushes collect particles of graphite as they are rubbed on a piece of paper. This enables me to softly move and blend tones. Most often I use the `Flat Size 10` brush but it helps to have a variety of sizes and shapes. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`05824-1010` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/robert-simmons-white-sable-brushes/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=05824-1010` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` />  <p> </p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.kqzyfj.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/228/66/22866-1059-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Loew-Cornell Blending Stumps` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Loew-Cornell Blending Stumps</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>- INVALUBLE tools for blending! These will cost you LESS than a trip on the subway (Less than 2 dollars) and enhance your shading capacity substantially! I like Leow-Cornell because the stump is more compact and the tips do not wear as easily as other brands. I use these tools in almost every one of my videos.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22866-4014` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/loew-cornell-blending-stumps/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22866-4014` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/102/09/10209-OC3-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>: Really, I DARE YOU, try to find a better value than this one! 500 sheets of 80LB (thick) drawing paper for $11.50. AMAZING DEAL!......If you use computer paper to create your drawings, you are ROBBING yourself from seeing what you can really do! This paper has more `tooth` (texture on the surface) than computer paper and your ability to shade will be enhanced. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`10209-1033` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/blick-white-sulphite-drawing-paper/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=10209-1033` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <p>  <object width=`640` height=`385` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/hpgQIWndbBY?fs=1&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/hpgQIWndbBY?fs=1&hl=en_US` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p>  <table style=`width: 654px; height: 389px;` border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <p>`Come as You Are`, but bring a pencil......because you are going to learn how to draw Kurt Cobain step by step, `On a Plain` piece of paper. `All Apologies` if this intro gives you an `Aneurysm`, I just want to state that if you think that your drawing skills have `Plateaued` you should try my step by step videos to get them `In Bloom`. My videos wont `Drain you` and you wont think they`re `Dumb`....unless if you`re a `Negative Creep`......and I have over 100 on my channel so be sure to `milk it`........... So, unless if you have `Something in the Way`, please commit a `Sliver` of time to learning how to draw Kurt Cobain. Please don`t forget to Subscribe. Just click on my `Scentless Apprentice` who `Smells Like Teen Spirit`..................SUBSCRIBE......­..................Sorry, I have `Tourettes`.........Err `Nevermind.<br /><br />Step 1: Draw the arch and the two shapes. Notice that the shape on the left is egg shaped and the shape on the right is shaped like home plate in the game of baseball.<br />Step 2: Add the hair shape on the left side of the page. Dont stress, this shape doesnt have to be perfect but it should be proportionately larger than the shape from step one. <br />Step 3: Add the hair shape on the right side. Dont stress out on the hair shape, but take extra time on the shape of the face. <br />Step 4: Add the nose shape. Draw what you see rather than what you know. The nose looks like this because of a strong shadow shape. Just trust me and draw it. <br />Step 5: Add the mouth shape. The top lip is like a flattened M and the bottom lip is like a cereal bowl. Be sure to notice its placement compared to the other features of the face. <br />Step 6: Fill in the eye shapes. Take extra time on this step. The eyes are the key to the likeness.<br />Step 7: Add the shapes to the hair. These do not have to be placed perfectly since hair is a `Radio Friendly Unit Shifter`.<br />Step 8: Add the shapes for the facial hair.<br />I am combining two methods called 1.) cross hatching and 2.) smudging.....right now. Pause the video at different points and use the image on the screen as your reference image. It doesnt get very dark under the eyes.......however, above the eyes (between the eye and the eyebrow) it gets very dark. Kurt has dark and full eyebrows. Use a #2 (HB) pencil to start. Dont be scared to press hard in the eye region. The nose is tricky. The darkest part is the nostril (not part of the step by step video). But the entire shape of the bottom of the nose gets pretty dark. After, I fill it in, observe it, then draw it. I am using a #7 Bristle Flat brush for the shading. The top lip is dark and solid in shape. The LEFT side of his face (the side on YOUR right) is lighter in tone than the right side. The bottom left corner of the page will get very dark. I `went right in` with a 6B pencil. REMEMBER, shading is all about RELATIVITY, so compare the tones of the different areas of the image, The shape at the bottom of the face will eventually be blended in with other dark tones. In order to make the hair `pop out` you need to darken the background. (Its all about relativity!!!) The hair is a LOT of Adding....then erasing.....adding...then erasing ....Be sure to make your strokes in the same direction at the hair in this reference image.....Notice that I am using the eraser to `draw`. Now the `PORTRAIT` begins....Now it looks like a human being......but I have to `wrestle` with it to make it look like Kurt Cobain. Use a slip sheet (look under my hand) when you get this far. The darkest areas have several layers of hatching. (8B pencil).</p>  <p>This is the extended shading tutorial on how to draw Kurt Cobain of Nirvana. Pause the video at different points and use the image on the screen as your reference image. I am combining two methods called 1.) cross hatching and 2.) smudging.....right now. Pause the video at different points and use the image on the screen as your reference image. It doesnt get very dark under the eyes.......however, above the eyes (between the eye and the eyebrow) it gets very dark. Kurt has dark and full eyebrows. Use a #2 (HB) pencil to start. Dont be scared to press hard in the eye region. The nose is tricky. The darkest part is the nostril (not part of the step by step video). But the entire shape of the bottom of the nose gets pretty dark. After, I fill it in, observe it, then draw it. I am using a #7 Bristle Flat brush for the shading. The top lip is dark and solid in shape. The LEFT side of his face (the side on YOUR right) is lighter in tone than the right side. The bottom left corner of the page will get very dark. I `went right in` with a 6B pencil. REMEMBER, shading is all about RELATIVITY, so compare the tones of the different areas of the image, The shape at the bottom of the face will eventually be blended in with other dark tones. In order to make the hair `pop out` you need to darken the background. (Its all about relativity!!!) The hair is a LOT of Adding....then erasing.....adding...then erasing ....Be sure to make your strokes in the same direction at the hair in this reference image.....Notice that I am using the eraser to `draw`. Now the `PORTRAIT` begins....Now it looks like a human being......but I have to `wrestle` with it to make it look like Kurt Cobain. Use a slip sheet (look under my hand) when you get this far. The darkest areas have several layers of hatching. (8B pencil).</p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p> How to Draw Eminem Step by Step. <p>  <table style=`background-color: #e0e2fe; width: 720px; border: #000000 3px solid;` border=`3` align=`center`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td style=`text-align: center;`>  <p>  <object width=`640` height=`385` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/KPEKbIZzhFk?fs=1&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/KPEKbIZzhFk?fs=1&hl=en_US` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `ca-pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 728x90, created 3/31/10 */  google_ad_slot = `0328825729`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 90;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  <br /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><span style=`font-size: medium;`>This video will give you explicit instructions on how to draw the rapper Eminem, step by step. Just follow the instructions on the eight steps that I give you and shade along with me during the shading tutorial at the end of this video. Use the pictures and text below to supplement the instruction in the video. Good luck! Leave me a comment at the bottom. - Merrill<br /></span></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`How to Draw Eminem Step by Step` src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/188197_2065768736698_1619167147_31963387_2543720_n.jpg` alt=`How to Draw Eminem Step by Step` width=`720` height=`405` />  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 1:Make a bowl shape. Notice that the left side of the bowl is more vertical than the right side of the bowl, which is more curved. Also, make the other two parallel lines that you see. One is slightly left of the middle of the bowl shape and the other is to the right of the bowl shape.</span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p> <img title=`Draw Eminem Step by Step 2` src=`https://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/224417_2065768856701_1619167147_31963388_2893799_n.jpg` alt=`Draw Eminem Step by Step 2` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 2:Make Eminem`s ear. Notice how it fits perfectly with the lines from step 1. If you need more explanation on how to draw an ear at this angle, click on the image to go to one of my ear tutorials, and then come back.</span></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p> <img title=`draw Eminem step by Step 3` src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/263269_2065768976704_1619167147_31963389_4847008_n.jpg` alt=`draw Eminem step by Step 3` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 3: Draw in the mouth shape. The two lips together look like a flattened heart shape. Notice that the bottom lip is slightly thicker than the top lip. Also notice that the top lip slightly resembles a lightning bolt.</span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p> <img title=`How to draw Marshall Mathers Eminem emin3m step by step` src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/197689_2065769136708_1619167147_31963390_959132_n.jpg` alt=`How to draw Marshall Mathers Eminem emin3m step by step` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 4: This is by far the trickiest step. Complete the outline of the face. The only way that you will get this is by observing this reference picture. Notice that the face goes up about three times the height of the original bowl shape. Use the ear and the mouth as reference points or comparison points to where the line goes. If there`s vomit on your sweater already, i`m worried......but if you get this step, you will get the entire image, so push it.</span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`draw eminem` src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/197689_2065769136708_1619167147_31963390_959132_n.jpg` alt=`draw eminem` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 5: Make the small line above the mouth.</span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td style=`text-align: center;`><img title=`how to draw rapper eminem step by step 4` src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/224524_2065769336713_1619167147_31963391_5858670_n.jpg` alt=`How to draw rapper eminem step by step 4` width=`720` height=`405` /> </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left`>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `ca-pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 728x90, created 3/31/10 */  google_ad_slot = `0328825729`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 90;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`><!--  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;` mce_style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 6: Make the nose shape. It should stem from the line that you made from step five. Eminems head is turned and only one nostril is clearly visible. Notice that there is only a line on the left side of the nose and it leads up to the eyebrow shape on the left. The inner part of the eyebrow on the right lines up perfectly with the right edge of the nostril.</span></p>  // --></script>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p> <img title=`How to make a pencil drawing of eminem step by step` src=`https://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/206071_2065769416715_1619167147_31963392_1771651_n.jpg` alt=`How to make a pencil drawing of eminem step by step` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 7: Draw in the hair shape. Notice that it gets wider towards your right hand side at the top. Also, notice that the line for the top of the hair meets with Eminem`s ear and then continues to his neck.</span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`Draw Eminem Step by Step with pencil` src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/216898_2065769576719_1619167147_31963393_3862761_n.jpg` alt=`Draw Eminem Step by Step with pencil` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 8: Add the eyes. Notice that there is about one eye length between each eye. Overall, the eye shapes are almond shaped but have other lines around the almond shape on the top and on the bottom.</span></p>  <p> </p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td style=`background-color: #a6fba8;` valign=`top`>  <p> </p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`><strong><span style=`font-size: x-large;`>The Supplies I used to draw Eminem</span></strong></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td style=`text-align: center;`>  <form action=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/222/06/22206-0159-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`15-Piece Drawing Set` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>15-Piece Drawing Set</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Faber-Castell makes the best drawing pencils. These pencils are mixed with graphite and clay and enhance an artists ability to create and layer dark tones. You will see me use this set in almost all of my videos.  </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22206-0159` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/faber-castell-9000-pencils/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22206-0159-8888` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.anrdoezrs.net/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/204/43/20443-2061-1-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Lyra Graphite Crayons` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Lyra Graphite Crayons</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Do you ever get TIRED of shading with a fine `tip` pencil? 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These synthetic brushes collect particles of graphite as they are rubbed on a piece of paper. This enables me to softly move and blend tones. Most often I use the `Flat Size 10` brush but it helps to have a variety of sizes and shapes. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`05824-1010` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/robert-simmons-white-sable-brushes/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=05824-1010` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` />  <p> </p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.kqzyfj.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/228/66/22866-1059-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Loew-Cornell Blending Stumps` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Loew-Cornell Blending Stumps</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>- INVALUBLE tools for blending! These will cost you LESS than a trip on the subway (Less than 2 dollars) and enhance your shading capacity substantially! I like Leow-Cornell because the stump is more compact and the tips do not wear as easily as other brands. I use these tools in almost every one of my videos.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22866-4014` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/loew-cornell-blending-stumps/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22866-4014` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/102/09/10209-OC3-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>: Really, I DARE YOU, try to find a better value than this one! 500 sheets of 80LB (thick) drawing paper for $11.50. AMAZING DEAL!......If you use computer paper to create your drawings, you are ROBBING yourself from seeing what you can really do! This paper has more `tooth` (texture on the surface) than computer paper and your ability to shade will be enhanced. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`10209-1033` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/blick-white-sulphite-drawing-paper/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=10209-1033` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  <br /></form></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center`><span style=`font-size: x-large;`><strong> Shading</strong></span></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`Cold Wind Blows, Talkin 2 Myself (ft. Kobe), On Fire , Won`t Back Down (ft. Pink) W.T.P. (White Trash Party) ` src=`https://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/263300_2065874699347_1619167147_31963464_2117475_n.jpg` alt=`Draw Eminem Step by Step Cold Wind Blows, Talkin 2 Myself (ft. Kobe), On Fire , Won`t Back Down (ft. Pink) W.T.P. (White Trash Party) ` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`Not Afraid Seduction No Love (ft. Lil Wayne) Space Bound Cinderella Man 25 to Life So Bad Almost Famous Love ` src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/226031_2065874859351_1619167147_31963465_4550078_n.jpg` alt=`Not Afraid Seduction No Love (ft. Lil Wayne) Space Bound Cinderella Man 25 to Life So Bad Almost Famous Love ` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`the Way You Lie (ft. Rihanna)You`re Never Over Without Me Sing For The MomentLose Yourself Mocking Bird` src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/250010_2065874939353_1619167147_31963466_2378656_n.jpg` alt=`the Way You Lie (ft. Rihanna)You`re Never Over Without Me Sing For The MomentLose Yourself Mocking Bird` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> <img title=`eminem art pencil drawing merrill kazanjian kazanjianm` src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/185522_2065875059356_1619167147_31963467_2161555_n.jpg` alt=`eminem art pencil drawing merrill kazanjian kazanjianm` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> <img title=`step by step drawing tutorial eminem` src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/281776_2065875139358_1619167147_31963468_5418338_n.jpg` alt=`step by step drawing tutorial eminem` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> <img title=`eminem drawing tutorial` src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/229760_2065875299362_1619167147_31963469_4989008_n.jpg` alt=`eminem drawing tutorial` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`Draw Eminem` src=`https://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/250133_2065875379364_1619167147_31963470_1948575_n.jpg` alt=`Draw Eminem` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`amazing fantastic dope eminem drawing` src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/229602_2065875459366_1619167147_31963471_5458265_n.jpg` alt=`amazing fantastic dope eminem drawing` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <p> </p>  <p> </p>  <p> </p>  <p> </p>  <p> </p>  <p><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p> How to Draw Jay-Z Step by Step. <p>  <table style=`background-color: #e2e0fe; width: 720px; border: #03003c 3px solid;` border=`3` align=`center`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <p>  <object width=`710` height=`427` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/XY4NPCU6tMA?fs=1&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/XY4NPCU6tMA?fs=1&hl=en_US` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 728x90, created 3/31/10 */  google_ad_slot = `0328825729`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 90;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`How to Draw Jay Z jayz step 1` src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/262896_2076187637164_1619167147_31979052_545241_n.jpg` alt=`How to Draw Jay Z jayz step 1` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p>Step 1: I recommend that you cut your paper in to a square shape to begin. While this recommendation is not necessary, the edges of the square will help you judge the placement of the lines in your drawing.<br /> <img title=`How to draw Jay z JayZ jay-z step by step 2` src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/284511_2076151836269_1619167147_31979016_7910792_n.jpg` alt=`How to draw Jay z JayZ jay-z step by step 2` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p>Step 2: Draw the big U shape and the small P shape. Notice their relative size to each other and to the rest of the square shape. Notice where the lines of each letter end, compared to the edges of the paper. Finally, notice that the U and the P tilt to the right.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`how to draw Jay Z JayZ Jay-Z step by step 3` src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/223621_2076152076275_1619167147_31979017_6848800_n.jpg` alt=`how to draw Jay Z JayZ Jay-Z step by step 3` width=`720` height=`405` />  <p>Step 3: Put in the triangle shape at the top....close to the middle of the page. Also put in the line in the upper left corner.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`how to draw Jay Z JayZ Jay-Z step by step 4` src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/263216_2076152156277_1619167147_31979018_3777284_n.jpg` alt=`how to draw Jay Z JayZ Jay-Z step by step 4` width=`720` height=`405` />  <p>Step 4: This is a tough step.....Do not expect to get this perfectly. These are shadow shapes around the eye and they are not as important as getting the position of the eye correct. Notice the general placement of this shape. It lies above the tail of the P shape and more than 1/2 the way up the U shape. Sketch it in quickly. Do not agonize over it.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`How to draw Jay Z JayZ Jay-Z step by step 5` src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/281636_2076152276280_1619167147_31979019_1493492_n.jpg` alt=`How to draw Jay Z JayZ Jay-Z step by step 5` width=`720` height=`405` />  <p>Step 5: Draw in the eyes. Overall, they are almond shaped and notice that there is one eye length between each eye. Also, be sure to add the double line around the eyes.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`How to draw Jay Z JayZ Jay-Z step by step 7` src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/282086_2076152596288_1619167147_31979021_1066765_n.jpg` alt=`How to draw Jay Z JayZ Jay-Z step by step 7` width=`720` height=`405` />  <p>Step 6: Add the nose. There is a strong shadow on both sides of the bridge of the nose. There is even a stronger shadow at the bottom and the nostrils will be merged in to a shape that looks like a flattened M.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`How to draw Jay Z JayZ Jay-Z step by step 8` src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/254656_2076152796293_1619167147_31979022_5565546_n.jpg` alt=`How to draw Jay Z JayZ Jay-Z step by step 8` width=`720` height=`405` />  <p>Step 7: Add the rainbow shape that you see. Notice its origin from the shape in step 6.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`How to draw Jay Z JayZ Jay-Z step by step 9` src=`https://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/223096_2076152956297_1619167147_31979023_6062749_n.jpg` alt=`How to draw Jay Z JayZ Jay-Z step by step 9` width=`720` height=`405` />  <p>Step 8: Add Jay-Z`s lips. The two lips together form a heart shape. The two lips are about equal in size to each other.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`How to Draw Jay Z JayZ Jay-Z step by step 10` src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/281571_2076153236304_1619167147_31979024_3849729_n.jpg` alt=`How to Draw Jay Z JayZ Jay-Z step by step 10` width=`720` height=`405` />  <p>Step 9: Add the shirt and tie. Dont stress the placement of these shapes, they are irrelevant to the likeness.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`How to draw Jay Z JayZ Jay-Z step by step 11` src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/250206_2076153396308_1619167147_31979025_5921520_n.jpg` alt=`How to draw Jay Z JayZ Jay-Z step by step 11` width=`720` height=`405` />  <p>Step 10: Finish the shirt and add his earring.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`how to draw Jay Z JayZ Jay-Z step by step 12` src=`https://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/283956_2076153556312_1619167147_31979026_6861927_n.jpg` alt=`how to draw Jay Z JayZ Jay-Z step by step 12` width=`720` height=`405` />Step 11: Add the line below his chin.  <p style=`text-align: center;`>   <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 728x90, created 3/31/10 */  google_ad_slot = `0328825729`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 90;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td align=`center`>  <p> </p>  <form action=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td style=`text-align: center;` width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/222/06/22206-0159-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`15-Piece Drawing Set` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`><strong>15-Piece Drawing Set</strong></span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: small;`><span style=`font-size: medium;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Faber-Castell makes the best drawing pencils. These pencils are mixed with graphite and clay and enhance an artists ability to create and layer dark tones. You will see me use this set in almost all of my videos. </span> </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22206-0159` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/faber-castell-9000-pencils/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22206-0159-8888` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.anrdoezrs.net/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/204/43/20443-2061-1-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Lyra Graphite Crayons` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`><strong>Lyra Graphite Crayons</strong></span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Do you ever get TIRED of shading with a fine `tip` pencil? 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This tool will save you time and money.</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Click `MORE` to see me use this product in a video-</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`20443-2091` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/lyra-graphite-crayons/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=20443-2091` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/050/80/05080-9002-2-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Robert Simmons White Sable Brushes` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`><strong>Robert Simmons White Sable Brushes</strong></span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>: Robert Simmons brushes get better with age. These synthetic brushes collect particles of graphite as they are rubbed on a piece of paper. This enables me to softly move and blend tones. Most often I use the `Flat Size 10` brush but it helps to have a variety of sizes and shapes. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`05824-1010` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/robert-simmons-white-sable-brushes/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=05824-1010` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` />  <p> </p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.kqzyfj.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/228/66/22866-1059-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Loew-Cornell Blending Stumps` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`><strong>Loew-Cornell Blending Stumps</strong></span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>- INVALUBLE tools for blending! These will cost you LESS than a trip on the subway (Less than 2 dollars) and enhance your shading capacity substantially! I like Leow-Cornell because the stump is more compact and the tips do not wear as easily as other brands. I use these tools in almost every one of my videos.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22866-4014` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/loew-cornell-blending-stumps/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22866-4014` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/102/09/10209-OC3-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`><strong>Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper</strong></span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>: Really, I DARE YOU, try to find a better value than this one! 500 sheets of 80LB (thick) drawing paper for $11.50. AMAZING DEAL!......If you use computer paper to create your drawings, you are ROBBING yourself from seeing what you can really do! This paper has more `tooth` (texture on the surface) than computer paper and your ability to shade will be enhanced. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`10209-1033` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/blick-white-sulphite-drawing-paper/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=10209-1033` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.dpbolvw.net/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/200/72/20072-1000-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Coates Premium Artist`s Willow Charcoal` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Coates Premium Artist`s Willow Charcoal</span></strong></span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Merrill`s Opinion- I use this to block in large areas such as hair. This product can be combined with drawing pencils.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`20072-1000` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/coates-premium-artists-willow-charcoal/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=20072-1000` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form><img src=`https://www.tqlkg.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /> <form action=`https://www.dpbolvw.net/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/229/21/22921-1001-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`General`s White Charcoal` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>General`s White Charcoal</span></strong></span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Merrill`s Opinion- I use this to add highlights at the end of a drawing (I didnt use this for the Jay-Z Drawing though. It mixes with both pencil and charcoal. Each stick measures 3` × ¼` × ¼` (76 mm × 6 mm × 6 mm).</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22921-1001` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/generals-white-charcoal/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22921-1001` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form><img src=`https://www.lduhtrp.net/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> <img title=`how to draw Jay Z JayZ Jay-Z step by step 13` src=`https://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/281861_2076177276905_1619167147_31979037_6595746_n.jpg` alt=`how to draw Jay Z JayZ Jay-Z step by step 13` width=`720` height=`408` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> <img title=`How to draw Jay Z JayZ Jay-Z step by step 14` src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/284691_2076177356907_1619167147_31979038_1159327_n.jpg` alt=`How to draw Jay Z JayZ Jay-Z step by step 14` width=`720` height=`414` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> <img title=`how to draw Jay Z JayZ Jay-Z step by step 15` src=`https://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/283166_2076177436909_1619167147_31979039_6539824_n.jpg` alt=`how to draw Jay Z JayZ Jay-Z step by step 15` width=`720` height=`412` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> <img title=`How to draw Jay Z JayZ Jay-Z step by step 16` src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/285041_2076177516911_1619167147_31979040_4910702_n.jpg` alt=`How to draw Jay Z JayZ Jay-Z step by step 16` width=`720` height=`413` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> <img title=`how to draw Jay Z JayZ Jay-Z step by step 17` src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/223801_2076177716916_1619167147_31979041_344492_n.jpg` alt=`how to draw Jay Z JayZ Jay-Z step by step 17` width=`720` height=`439` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> <img title=`How to draw Jay Z JayZ Jay-Z step by step 18` src=`https://hphotos-sjc1.fbcdn.net/284536_2076177916921_1619167147_31979042_3007208_n.jpg` alt=`How to draw Jay Z JayZ Jay-Z step by step 18` width=`720` height=`412` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> <img title=`How to draw Jay Z JayZ Jay-Z step by step 19` src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/252161_2076178076925_1619167147_31979043_7656224_n.jpg` alt=`How to draw Jay Z JayZ Jay-Z step by step 19` width=`720` height=`409` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> <img title=`How to draw Jay Z JayZ Jay-Z step by step 20` src=`https://hphotos-snc6.fbcdn.net/283356_2076178316931_1619167147_31979044_3251417_n.jpg` alt=`How to draw Jay Z JayZ Jay-Z step by step 20` width=`720` height=`409` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> <img title=`How to draw Jay Z JayZ Jay-Z step by step 21` src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/267366_2076178436934_1619167147_31979045_2407989_n.jpg` alt=`How to draw Jay Z JayZ Jay-Z step by step 21` width=`599` height=`381` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p> How to Draw Kevin Durant Step by Step. <p>  <object width=`640` height=`385` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/VkHJ89_e79M?fs=1&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/VkHJ89_e79M?fs=1&hl=en_US` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p><span style=`font-size: small;`><strong>Above:</strong> How to Draw Kevin Durant Step by Step Drawing Tutorial</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: small;`><strong>Below:</strong> The art supplies I used to create this artwork.  </span></p>  <form action=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`>`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/222/06/22206-0159-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`15-Piece Drawing Set` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>15-Piece Drawing Set</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Faber-Castell makes the best drawing pencils. These pencils are mixed with graphite and clay and enhance an artists ability to create and layer dark tones. You will see me use this set in almost all of my videos.  </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22206-0159` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/faber-castell-9000-pencils/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22206-0159-8888` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.anrdoezrs.net/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/204/43/20443-2061-1-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Lyra Graphite Crayons` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Lyra Graphite Crayons</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Do you ever get TIRED of shading with a fine `tip` pencil? Get my `point`? This tool will save you time and money.</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>Click `MORE` to see me use this product in a video-</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`20443-2091` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/lyra-graphite-crayons/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=20443-2091` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/050/80/05080-9002-2-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Robert Simmons White Sable Brushes` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Robert Simmons White Sable Brushes</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>: Robert Simmons brushes get better with age. These synthetic brushes collect particles of graphite as they are rubbed on a piece of paper. This enables me to softly move and blend tones. Most often I use the `Flat Size 10` brush but it helps to have a variety of sizes and shapes. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`05824-1010` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/robert-simmons-white-sable-brushes/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=05824-1010` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` />  <p> </p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.kqzyfj.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/228/66/22866-1059-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Loew-Cornell Blending Stumps` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Loew-Cornell Blending Stumps</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>- INVALUBLE tools for blending! These will cost you LESS than a trip on the subway (Less than 2 dollars) and enhance your shading capacity substantially! I like Leow-Cornell because the stump is more compact and the tips do not wear as easily as other brands. I use these tools in almost every one of my videos.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22866-4014` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/loew-cornell-blending-stumps/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22866-4014` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/102/09/10209-OC3-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>: Really, I DARE YOU, try to find a better value than this one! 500 sheets of 80LB (thick) drawing paper for $11.50. AMAZING DEAL!......If you use computer paper to create your drawings, you are ROBBING yourself from seeing what you can really do! This paper has more `tooth` (texture on the surface) than computer paper and your ability to shade will be enhanced. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`10209-1033` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/blick-white-sulphite-drawing-paper/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=10209-1033` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <p>  <object width=`640` height=`385` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/r4f7HSJVY8M?fs=1&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/r4f7HSJVY8M?fs=1&hl=en_US` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p>  <table style=`width: 648px; height: 257px;` border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <p><span dir=`ltr`>This video will teach you how to draw NBA superstar, Kevin Durant of the Oklahoma City Thunder (formerly Seattle Supersonics). Narration: That was me before I became a serious artist ..... While my jumping skills have regressed, my video making skills have improved. You dont need to tilt your head to the left anymore. Now that you have seen my very mediocre Sportscenter highlight, I am going to teach you about highlighting and shading in a drawing video. This video will teach you how to draw the top player on team USA, Mr. Kevin Durant. All you have to do is follow the step by step instructions and pause the video at the end of each step while you draw. Im going to make it easy, so I hope that you give it a try. Lets get started. Step one- Observe, then draw the two shapes that you see. The top shape is similar to a crescent moon. The bottom shape is trapezoidal and the base of the bottom shape is similar to a childs drawing of a bird in flight. Step two- Add the four oval shapes for the eyes and ears. Be sure to notice that the left ear is much thinner because the head is turned. Step three- The double shape that I just added is the edge of the bottom of the nose and a parallel line for a shadow. Be sure to notice the symmetrical smile lines on both sides of the nose as well. Here is a close up. Step four is a tricky step. Start with completing the oval for the chin. Next, create the symmetrical lines for the moustache. Durant also has sparse facial hair below his bottom lip and at his chin. Step five is the most difficult step. I added the mouth and I will give you a close up in a second. Notice the shape of the teeth and the shadow below the teeth. Take some extra time to observe the teeth are slightly taller than the shadow below. Also, notice that the top lip gets darker as it turns towards the teeth. Step six- add the eyebrows to the top of the oval shapes from step one and the eyes towards the bottom. Also, observe and add the details to the ears. Step seven. add the jersey.</span></p>  <p>This is Part 2 of How to draw Kevin Durant Step by Step<br />The darkest parts will be the eye region, and the shadow under the nose......followed by the hair. This is usually not the case (The hair almost always has the darkest tones in a drawing, but there was a strong light from above in my reference images. I smudged the brow with the tortillion because I didnt want it to be one solid shape. I will cross hatch over the smudge. The brow is darker (thicker) towards the center of each eyebrow. His hair is both curly and cropped. I started with dark squiggles (Is that a word?)....Then I will cross hatch over the `squiggles`. Cross hatch light over the forehead.....then I pressed it down (smoothed it out) with a bristle brush. I found that stiff bristles work better than soft ones. The folds under the eye are important in order for you to capture his likeness.....Also, his eye region is in EXTREME shadow. Do not be scared to go DARK!!!!! I didnt `waste any time` with the shadow under the nose. I usually build things up slowly, but in this case, I just went for it, because it is a simple shape with hard edges....If it was a complex shadow (with several dark tones) I would have done it more slowly. .....NO LINES betwe<br /><br />All Music is by Kevin Macleod of Incompetech.com. Thank you Kevin for letting me use your wonderful mu</p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p> Scooby Doo Makeover 2011. <p>  <object width=`640` height=`385` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/b9KcMkqV7rI?fs=1&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/b9KcMkqV7rI?fs=1&hl=en_US` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p> </p>  <p>  <table style=`width: 641px; height: 46px;` border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <p><span style=`font-size: small;`>Ahh Scooby Doo.....I remember vegging out as a kid watching four hippies and one stoned dog solve mysteries. They drove everywhere in the world....Pacific Ocean? no problem! I never questioned how they financed their trips..... because back then, gas was cheap and it wasnt leaking in to the Gulf of Mexico. Since my son was born, I have rediscovered cartoons....But they are different....They ask too many questions....No Dora, I dont want to choose the map from your mutant talking bookbag and then take a multiple choice test.....Thats even trippier than a Scooby Snack! 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You should be able to get a strong likeness of Tupac even if you are new to drawing. Just, listen to the instructions and pause the video at the end of each step. I am going to do something slightly different, but very helpful, for the shading portion of the video so be sure to stay tuned after the step by step. Lets get started.</span></span></span></strong></p>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: small;`><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman;`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 1: Lets start off with a difficult but somewhat unimportant step. Draw in two crescent moon shapes to make the hat. Notice all of the smaller shapes within the hat shape, and their placements. Dont panic if your hat drawing from this step is not perfect, it is not a part of the likeness. </span></span></span></strong></p>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: small;`><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman;`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 2: Take extra time on this step. The eyes are the key to a likeness. First, notice 2Pac`s eyebrows, they are very thick. Then notice their placement compared to the bottom of the hat. After the eyebrows are set, notice that the eyes are one eyelength apart from each other. Observe how closed the eye shape is as well as the placement of the pupil and iris. Finally, notice the upper eyelid fold, which is close to the eye and the lower eyelid fold, which is slightly further away.</span></span></span></strong></p>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: small;`><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman;`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 3: Add the line for the bottom of the nose and the ears. Be sure to notice the placement of the nose, compared to the eyes, and be sure to see that the ears go from the eyebrows to the bottom of the nose. </span></span></span></strong></p>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: small;`><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman;`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 4: Out of everything that I just added, the most important feature is the chin line. Take some extra time to observe its placement. As for the sweatshirt......add it but dont sweat it. </span></span></span></strong></p>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: small;`><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman;`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Step 5: Add Tupac`s mouth and facial hair. Notice that the bottom lip is crescent moon shaped and much thicker than the top lip. Also notice that the corners of the mouth line up with the mid points of the eye. Here is a close up so that you can get the teeth.  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 468x60, created 1/26/10 */  google_ad_slot = `2338749477`;  google_ad_width = 468;  google_ad_height = 60;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </span></span></span></strong></p>  <h2 style=`text-align: left;`><span style=`font-size: small;`><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman;`><span style=`color: #ffffff;`><span style=`font-size: x-large;`>Materials I Use-</span> <span style=`font-size: medium;`>I normally shade with Drawing Pencils ($7.95)- </span></span><a href=`https://www.kqzyfj.com/click-3724826-10495307?sid=2858963&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.dickblick.com%2Fproducts%2Fblick-studio-drawing-pencils%2F%3Fwmcp%3Dcj%26wmcid%3Dfeeds%26wmckw%3D22220-2009&cjsku=22220-2009` target=`_top`><span style=`background-color: #0000ff;`><span style=`font-size: medium;`><span style=`background-color: #000000;`><span style=`color: #0000ff;`>Set of 12</span></span></span></span></a><span style=`font-size: medium;`><span style=`background-color: #000000;`><span style=`color: #0000ff;`><img src=`https://www.tqlkg.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /> </span></span><span style=`color: #ffffff;`>and ($19.20)</span> </span><a href=`https://www.anrdoezrs.net/click-3724826-10495307?sid=2858963&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.dickblick.com%2Fproducts%2Fcretacolor-monolith-woodless-pencil%2F%3Fwmcp%3Dcj%26wmcid%3Dfeeds%26wmckw%3D20442-0009&cjsku=20442-0009` target=`_top`><span style=`color: #0000ff;`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Graphite sticks</span></span></a><span style=`font-size: medium;`><span style=`color: #ffffff;`>. I normally smudge with a Q-Tip, Tortillion</span></span><a href=`https://www.kqzyfj.com/click-3724826-10495307?sid=2858963&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.dickblick.com%2Fproducts%2Floew-cornell-blending-stumps%2F%3Fwmcp%3Dcj%26wmcid%3Dfeeds%26wmckw%3D22866-1059&cjsku=22866-1059` target=`_top`><span style=`font-size: medium;`><span style=`color: #ffffff;`> </span><span style=`color: #0000ff;`>Loew-Cornell Blending Stumps</span></span></a><span style=`font-size: medium;`><img src=`https://www.tqlkg.com/image-3724826-10495307` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /> <span style=`color: #ffffff;`>or Bristle Paint Brushes- ($7.95) </span><span style=`color: #0000ff;`>Blick Masterstroke Pure Interlocking Bristle Brushes</span><span style=`color: #0000ff;`><img src=`https://www.tqlkg.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` />.</span></span></span></span></h2>  <h2 style=`text-align: left;`><span style=`font-size: small;`><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman;`><span style=`font-size: medium;`><span style=`color: #0000ff;`><span style=`color: #ffffff;`>For the Tupac portrait, I used Ad Chartpak Cool Grey Illustration Markers- </span><a href=`https://www.kqzyfj.com/click-3724826-10495307?sid=2858963&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.dickblick.com%2Fproducts%2Fchartpak-ad-marker-sets%2F%3Fwmcp%3Dcj%26wmcid%3Dfeeds%26wmckw%3D21303-2519&cjsku=21303-2519` target=`_top`><span style=`color: #0000ff;`>Chartpak Ad Marker Sets</span></a><span style=`color: #ffffff;`><span style=`color: #0000ff;`><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /> </span>and Prismacolor Cool Grey Illustration Markers-</span><a href=`https://www.dpbolvw.net/click-3724826-10495307?sid=2858963&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.dickblick.com%2Fproducts%2Fprismacolor-premier-double-ended-art-marker-sets%2F%3Fwmcp%3Dcj%26wmcid%3Dfeeds%26wmckw%3D21342-1219&cjsku=21342-1219` target=`_top`> <span style=`color: #0000ff;`>Cool Grays, Set of 12</span></a><span style=`color: #0000ff;`><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></span> <span style=`color: #ffffff;`>. 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This</p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`>is, by far, the best deal for paper on the internet.</p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`> </p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`><a href=`https://www.kqzyfj.com/click-3724826-10495307?sid=2858963&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.dickblick.com%2Fproducts%2Fgenerals-kimberly-drawing-pencils%2F%3Fwmcp%3Dcj%26wmcid%3Dfeeds%26wmckw%3D20421-1009-1319&cjsku=20421-1009` target=`_top`><span style=`color: #00ffff;`>Set of 10</span></a><span style=`color: #00ffff;`><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /> </span>Graphite Drawing Pencils - A great deal on a set of 10 drawing pencils ($7.10)</p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`> </p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`><a href=`https://www.kqzyfj.com/click-3724826-10495307?sid=2858963&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.dickblick.com%2Fproducts%2Fdesign-kneaded-rubber-erasers%2F%3Fwmcp%3Dcj%26wmcid%3Dfeeds%26wmckw%3D21502-2620-1353&cjsku=21502-2620` target=`_top`><span style=`color: #00ffff;`>Design Kneaded Rubber Erasers</span></a><img src=`https://www.lduhtrp.net/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` />- for 58 cents each (: I`m not trying to `break anyones bank` :)</p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`> </p>  <a href=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/click-3724826-10495307?sid=2858963&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.dickblick.com%2Fproducts%2Fpro-art-blending-paper-stumps%2F%3Fwmcp%3Dcj%26wmcid%3Dfeeds%26wmckw%3D22993-2000-12475&cjsku=22993-2000` target=`_top`><span style=`color: #00ffff;`>Pro Art Blending Paper Stumps</span></a><span style=`color: #00ffff;`><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></span>- Hard to find, tortillions (paper stumps for blending)</td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left`> </p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left`>  <table border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 728x15, created 2/3/10 */  google_ad_slot = `1049141337`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 15;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  <td>  <p><img title=`Draw Bruce Lee Step by Step 1` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs159.snc4/37295_1408035053767_1619167147_30943473_3407913_n.jpg` alt=`Draw Bruce Lee Step by Step1` width=`462` height=`520` /></p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left`>Step 1: Observe then draw the shape that you see. The bottom is a semi circle</p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left`>and the top is trapezoidal.</p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left`>Step 2.) Add the two shapes that you see. They will be the area around Bruce</p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left`>Lee`s eyes.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`Draw Bruce lee Step by Step` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash2/hs079.ash2/37295_1408035093768_1619167147_30943474_5838283_n.jpg` alt=`Draw Bruce Lee Step by Step` width=`462` height=`520` /></p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left`>Step 3: Add the shapes which will make up Bruce Lee`s nose. Be sure to notice that</p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left`>the size of these shapes when together is slightly smaller than the eye shapes</p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left`>from the previous step.</p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left`>Step 4: Step four is the most complicated step. Be sure to observe it for a few</p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left`>seconds before you draw it. Notice that the trapezoidal mouth shape is as wide as</p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left`>the nose shape above. The shadow shape encircles the mouth and then forms a </p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left`>shape that slightly resembles the State of California to the right of the mouth.   </p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`3` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs159.snc4/37295_1408035133769_1619167147_30943475_686868_n.jpg` alt=`3` width=`462` height=`520` /></p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left`>Step 5: Put in the lines which will separate the eyebrows and the area above Bruce</p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left`>Lee`s eyes.</p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left`>Step 6: Is tricky. Be sure to give it extra time. Add the eyes and be sure to notice</p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left`>that they lie directly in the middle of the shapes added in step two. Bruce will have</p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left`>an angry expression in this picture so his eyes will be wide open and his eyebrows</p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left`>will be pushing downwards. </p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`4` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs159.snc4/37295_1408035173770_1619167147_30943476_6200412_n.jpg` alt=`4` width=`462` height=`520` /></p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left`>Step 7: Add Bruce Lee`s vintage 70`s Emo haircut.</p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left`>Step 8: Add the two shapes for his neck.</p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left`>  <table border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td><img title=`9` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash2/hs013.ash2/34005_1408051534179_1619167147_30943496_7060632_n.jpg` alt=`9` width=`462` height=`520` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`9` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs013.snc4/34005_1408051574180_1619167147_30943497_1552540_n.jpg` alt=`9` width=`462` height=`520` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`32` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs033.snc4/34005_1408051614181_1619167147_30943498_136992_n.jpg` alt=`shading` width=`462` height=`520` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`fin bruce lee` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs033.snc4/34005_1408051654182_1619167147_30943499_4925693_n.jpg` alt=`fin` width=`462` height=`520` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left`>  <table border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td><a href=`https://iown.website/bx/_files/113images/custom_site_files/brucelee.pdf`>DRAW BRUCE LEE STEP BY STEP (Download PDF)- CLICK HERE</a></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p> How to Draw George W. Bush Step by Step. <table border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <object width=`640` height=`385` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/2hhXV4Gzmss&hl=en_US&fs=1&color1=0x5d1719&color2=0xcd311b` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/2hhXV4Gzmss&hl=en_US&fs=1&color1=0x5d1719&color2=0xcd311b` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p> This video and the resources below will teach you how to draw George W. Bush. E-Mail me your finished pictures</p>  <p>@ <a href=`mailto:kazanjianm@gmail.com`>kazanjianm@gmail.com</a> and I will post them. - Merrill</p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 728x15, created 2/3/10 */  google_ad_slot = `1049141337`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 15;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 336x280, created 2/2/10 */  google_ad_slot = `4181428218`;  google_ad_width = 336;  google_ad_height = 280;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p>  <p> </p>  <p> </p>  <p>  <table border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`Draw George W Bush Step by Step 1-2` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs312.snc3/28278_1396552886720_1619167147_30914642_775941_n.jpg` alt=`Draw George W Bush Step by Step 1-2` width=`529` height=`620` /></p>  <p>Step 1.) Observe, then draw the shape that you see. This will be President Bush`s forehead.</p>  <p>Notice that the eyebrow region is similar to how a child draws a bird.</p>  <p>Step 2.) Observe, then put in the two shapes for Dubya`s hair. Take your time and compare</p>  <p>the size of each shape. </p>  <p> </p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`Draw George W Bush Step by Step 3-4` src=`https://hphotos-snc3.fbcdn.net/hs292.snc3/28278_1396552926721_1619167147_30914643_2675088_n.jpg` alt=`Draw George W Bush Step by Step 3-4` width=`512` height=`620` /></p>  <p>Step 3.) Its time to put in Dubya`s peepers. Instead of just focusing on the eye, I put in</p>  <p>the entire eye region.</p>  <p>Step 4.) In  step four, I added the bottom of the nose. Take your time to notice the</p>  <p>spacing between the eye shapes and the line for the nose.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`How to Draw George W. Bush Step by Step 5-6` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs322.ash1/28278_1396552966722_1619167147_30914644_3748762_n.jpg` alt=`How to Draw George W. Bush Step by Step 5-6` width=`512` height=`620` /></p>  <p>Step 5.) Add the wrinkle lines to the side of the nose and President Bush`s mouth. Notice</p>  <p>that the region between the top lip and the bottom of the nose is trapezoidal. Also notice</p>  <p>that the former President`s top lip is extremely thin and that the bottom lip is only slightly</p>  <p>thicker than the center part, where his teeth are.</p>  <p>Step 6.) Add the chin to your drawing. Also, notice the extra shadow line that I added.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`How to Draw George W. Bush Step by Step 7-8` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs312.snc3/28278_1396553006723_1619167147_30914645_3012239_n.jpg` alt=`How to Draw George W. Bush Step by Step 7-8` width=`508` height=`620` /></p>  <p>Step 7.) Add the neck shape and the two ears. Don`t stress too much about the shape of</p>  <p>the neck, but know that most caricatures of the former President, portray him with big ears.</p>  <p>Democrats and Republicans can both agree that Dubya has some prominent cartelidge on</p>  <p>the side of his head.</p>  <p>Step 8.) Add the teeth. Be sure to notice the strong shadow on the sides of the mouth but</p>  <p>resist the urge to go too dark between each tooth.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`How to Draw George W. Bush Step by Step 9-10` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs322.ash1/28278_1396553046724_1619167147_30914646_3664090_n.jpg` alt=`How to Draw George W. Bush Step by Step 9-10` width=`512` height=`620` /></p>  <p>Step 9.) Spend some extra time on step 9. Add in President Bush`s eyes and eyebrows. His</p>  <p>eyes are extra small and there is slightly less space between them than most people. Notice</p>  <p>that there is only a small amount of space between the eyes and eyebrows. Finally, add more</p>  <p>detail than usual to the region under the eye.</p>  <p> </p>  <p>Steps 10-16- Please watch the shading portion of the video above and print out the PDF below</p>  <p>to assist you. </p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> <img title=`George W. Bush Drawing Step by Step 11-12` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs312.snc3/28278_1396553086725_1619167147_30914647_4242878_n.jpg` alt=`George W. 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Do you Remember the Time that you asked me to do a tutorial on how to draw Michael Jackson? Well, this Smooth Criminal listened to your requests because i`m not one of those youtubers who says Leave Me Alone. I like The Way You Make Me Feel when you leave comments and give me feedback....so thank you! </span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman; font-size: small;`> </span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman; font-size: small;`>This video is going to break the process of drawing Michael Jackson down in to simple steps.... just like ABC.... which is as easy as 1,2,3. <span style=`mso-spacerun: yes`> </span>After the easy steps, you are going to learn how to build tones so that you can shade your drawing. But dont stress, <span style=`mso-spacerun: yes`> </span>because it don`t matter to me if your drawing is too black or white. If you mess up, just keep it `In the Closet` and hit the link in the video description so that I can really help you. The link will take you to a Michael Jackson drawing cheat sheet with step by step pictures. Its my way of saying `Ill be There, because I dont want your drawing to be Bad. </span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman; font-size: small;`> </span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman; font-size: small;`>Art Heals the World.... and I Wanna be Starting Somethin on my youtube channel. So please click on the little old man in the mirror to subscribe! I Want You Back, and not too many people can spell kazanjianm. So Come on.... youll get a free art education, and I wont stop til you get enough. You cant beat it.</span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman; font-size: small;`> </span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman; font-size: small;`>Note: This drawing is of Michael from early to mid career when he was in his mid to late twenties. I used several reference images from the Thriller Era to make this drawing (although none are shown in this video). </span></p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left`> </p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left`>  <table border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td><img title=`How to Draw Michael Jackson 1,2` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs557.snc3/30484_1393198322858_1619167147_30906653_6418562_n.jpg` alt=`How to Draw Michael Jackson 1,2` width=`542` height=`619` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p>Step 1: Draw the two oval shapes for the area around the eye. Notice that the shape on the right</p>  <p>is slightly smaller than the one on the left.</p>  <p>Step 2: Make the shapes for the bottom of the nose and the top lip. Take some extra time to</p>  <p>observe and perfect the spacing.</p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 728x15, created 2/3/10 */  google_ad_slot = `1049141337`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 15;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 336x280, created 2/2/10 */  google_ad_slot = `4181428218`;  google_ad_width = 336;  google_ad_height = 280;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left`>    <table border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td><img src=`https://hphotos-snc3.fbcdn.net/hs590.snc3/31134_1393238563864_1619167147_30906775_4117536_n.jpg` alt=`How to Draw Michael Jackson Step by Step 3,4` width=`541` height=`620` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p>Step 3: Add the contour line to create the shape around Michael`s face. Be sure to notice that</p>  <p>Michael`s head is turned towards his left. Also be sure to notice that the orbit shape on the left</p>  <p>side of his face, added in step 1, is touching the contour line. Also add the bottom lip.</p>  <p>Step 4: Add the shape for Michaels ear and hair. His ear is partially blocked by his hair, but</p>  <p>notice that his ear goes from where his eyebrows to be, to almost the bottom of his nose.</p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left`>  <table border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td><img title=`Draw Michael Jackson Step by Step 5-6` src=`https://hphotos-snc3.fbcdn.net/hs557.snc3/30474_1393485730043_1619167147_30907482_5900489_n.jpg` alt=`Draw Michael Jackson Step by Step 5-6` width=`539` height=`619` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p>Step 5: Add the four shapes that make up the neck and the shirt.</p>  <p>Step 6: Observe the eye region and add the eyes and eyebrows. Notice that the eyebrows are</p>  <p>connected to the top of the eye orbit shape and the almond shaped eyes are towards the bottom.</p>  <p>Be sure to notice the spacing in between. </p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 728x15, created 2/3/10 */  google_ad_slot = `1049141337`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 15;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 336x280, created 2/2/10 */  google_ad_slot = `4181428218`;  google_ad_width = 336;  google_ad_height = 280;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p>  <p>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`><!--  <p><table border=`0`><tbody><tr><td><img title=`Draw Michael Jackson Step by Step 5-6` src=`https://hphotos-snc3.fbcdn.net/hs557.snc3/30474_1393485730043_1619167147_30907482_5900489_n.jpg` mce_src=`https://hphotos-snc3.fbcdn.net/hs557.snc3/30474_1393485730043_1619167147_30907482_5900489_n.jpg` alt=`Draw Michael Jackson Step by Step 5-6` width=`539` height=`619` /></td></tr><tr><td><p>Step 5:</p><p>Step 6:</p></td></tr></tbody></table></p><p> </p>  // --></script>  </p>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 728x15, created 2/3/10 */  google_ad_slot = `1049141337`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 15;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 336x280, created 2/2/10 */  google_ad_slot = `4181428218`;  google_ad_width = 336;  google_ad_height = 280;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p>  <p>  <table border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td><img title=`Draw Michael Jackson 7` src=`https://hphotos-snc3.fbcdn.net/hs557.snc3/30484_1393198482862_1619167147_30906656_6232381_n.jpg` alt=`Draw Michael Jackson 7` width=`534` height=`420` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p>Step 7: Add more curls to Michaels hair and details to his ear. Dont waste your time copying</p>  <p>from the reference image for this step. Make your own or else you will drive yourself crazy!</p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <p>  <table border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td><img title=`Draw Michael Jackson Steps 8-9` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs517.ash1/30474_1393531011175_1619167147_30907645_6593336_n.jpg` alt=`Draw Michael Jackson Steps 8-9` width=`533` height=`600` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`Steps 10-11` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs517.ash1/30474_1393530771169_1619167147_30907641_50596_n.jpg` alt=`Steps 10-11` width=`533` height=`600` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`Draw Michael Jackson Step 12-13` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs557.snc3/30474_1393535531288_1619167147_30907654_2121112_n.jpg` alt=`Draw Michael Jackson Step 12-13` width=`533` height=`600` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`14-15 Michael Jackson drawing` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs557.snc3/30474_1393530891172_1619167147_30907643_6193228_n.jpg` alt=`14-15 Michael Jackson drawing` width=`533` height=`600` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`michael jackson 16-17 step by step drawing` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs517.ash1/30474_1393530971174_1619167147_30907644_6904510_n.jpg` alt=`michael jackson 16-17 step by step drawing` width=`533` height=`600` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <p> </p>  <p>                                         <a href=`https://www.dpbolvw.net/click-3724826-10460640?sid=2858963` target=`_top`><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10460640` border=`0` alt=`www.DickBlick.com - Online Art Supplies` width=`200` height=`150` /></a></p>  <p>  <table border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td><img title=`Michael Jackson Drawing Finished by Merrill Kazanjian` src=`https://hphotos-snc3.fbcdn.net/hs537.snc3/30474_1393570492162_1619167147_30907714_4995326_n.jpg` alt=`Michael Jackson Drawing Finished by Merrill Kazanjian` width=`530` height=`390` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><span style=`font-size: small;`><a href=`https://iown.website/bx/_files/113images/custom_site_files/michael_jackson.pdf`>DOWNLOAD PDF- How to Draw Michael Jackson Step by Step- </a></span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: large;`><a href=`https://iown.website/bx/_files/113images/custom_site_files/michael_jackson.pdf`>CLICK HERE</a></span></p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <!--   <table border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td><img title=`how to draw michael jackson` src=`https://hphotos-snc3.fbcdn.net/hs590.snc3/31134_1393238563864_1619167147_30906775_4117536_n.jpg` mce_src=`https://hphotos-snc3.fbcdn.net/hs590.snc3/31134_1393238563864_1619167147_30906775_4117536_n.jpg` alt=`how to draw michael jackson` width=`541` height=`620` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p>Step 3: Add the outline of Michael`s face. Notice that his face is turned to the left and that his left</p>  <p>eye socket touches the outline of his face.</p>  <p>Step 4: Add the hair shape and the ear shape.</p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  // -->  <p><a href=`https://www.dpbolvw.net/click-3724826-10460640?sid=2858963` target=`_top`></a></p>  <p><a href=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/click-3724826-805532?sid=2858963` target=`_top`><img src=`https://www.lduhtrp.net/image-3724826-805532` border=`0` alt=`www.DickBlick.com` width=`468` height=`60` /></a></p>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 336x280, created 2/2/10 */  google_ad_slot = `4181428218`;  google_ad_width = 336;  google_ad_height = 280;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p> Merrill’s T-Shirt Art Tutorial (Avery T-Shirt Iron on Transfers). <table style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left` border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center`>  <h1 style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center`><span style=`font-size: x-large;`>How to Make a T-Shirt Transfer</span></h1>  <h1 style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center`><span style=`font-size: x-large;`>  <object width=`853` height=`505` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/DvRWaiTgdFY&hl=en_US&fs=1&color1=0x5d1719&color2=0xcd311b` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/DvRWaiTgdFY&hl=en_US&fs=1&color1=0x5d1719&color2=0xcd311b` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </span></h1>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center`>  <p> </p>  <form action=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://content.etilize.com/Thumbnail/10154792.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Avery Dark T-Shirt Transfers` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Avery Dark T-Shirt Transfers</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>Iron-on Transfer Matte 3279 www.avery.com Create custom T-shirts, aprons, pillow cases, quilts and more. All you need is your computer, inkjet printer and a household iron. Software that will flip the image is not required. Dark T-shirt Transfers are optimally designed for dark-colored cotton or poly/cotton fabric. Transfers feed easily through most inkjet printers. 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Fabric Transfer paper</p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left`>Fabric Transfer Paper is a special type of paper that gets ironed on to a shirt, after a design is printed on it, from an inkjet printer. (I use Avery Dark Fabric Transfers for the shirts I make).</p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left`><strong><span style=`font-size: small;`>Steps</span></strong></p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left`>1.) The first thing that you will need to do is to scan or photograph your favorite artwork and save it as a JPEG file on your computer. <br />2.) After that, open up the scanned file in any photo editing program and crop your image. Please note that if you use Avery dark transfer paper, you will not need to flip the image. If you use another brand, be sure to read the directions carefully, because most brands of transfer paper require you to flip the image during this step.<br />3.) Next, place the paper white side down in the printer and press print. 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After the iron is heated to a high setting, and the special paper is placed, press down firmly with the iron as you are seeing me do here. <br />Now lift up the paper and viola! you can now mass produce and wear your drawing. For information on where to buy the paper that I used in this video, hit the link in the video description. Thanks for watching!</p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table> How to Draw a Baseball Player Step by Step. <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 728x15, created 2/3/10 */  google_ad_slot = `1049141337`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 15;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p>  <p> </p>  <p> </p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center`>  <table border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td><img title=`Baseball Player Step By Step` src=`https://iown.website/bx/_files/113images/nli_med/baseball_player.jpg` alt=`Baseball Player Step By Step` width=`200` height=`296` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><a href=`https://iown.website/bx/_files/113images/custom_site_files/baseball_player.pdf`>Click HERE to Download the PDF</a></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center`>  <object width=`640` height=`385` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/Ghw38Yj9zZY&hl=en_US&fs=1&color1=0x5d1719&color2=0xcd311b` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/Ghw38Yj9zZY&hl=en_US&fs=1&color1=0x5d1719&color2=0xcd311b` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center`> </p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center`>  <table border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td> </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>   </p>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 336x280, created 5/25/10 */  google_ad_slot = `4879899694`;  google_ad_width = 336;  google_ad_height = 280;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 728x90, created 5/25/10 */  google_ad_slot = `6501615489`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 90;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p> Draw the Hand Holding a Pencil Step by Step. <h1 style=`text-align: center;`>How to Draw a Hand Holding a Pencil (Step by Step)</h1>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center`>  <object width=`853` height=`505` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/BVgrVP-4Zxg&hl=en_US&fs=1&color1=0x5d1719&color2=0xcd311b` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/BVgrVP-4Zxg&hl=en_US&fs=1&color1=0x5d1719&color2=0xcd311b` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`><img title=`1` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs631.snc3/31684_1373904320520_1619167147_30857085_5933834_n.jpg` alt=`1` width=`470` height=`719` />   <table border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td> </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><strong>Step 1:</strong> Draw the three shapes that you see. The one on the left will be the tip of</p>  <p>the pencil and the two on the right will be fingertips.</p>  <p><strong>Step 2:</strong> Observe, then draw the thumb shape. Notice that it seems slightly thinner at</p>  <p>the fingertip. </p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`>  <table border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td> </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 336x280, created 5/25/10 */  google_ad_slot = `4879899694`;  google_ad_width = 336;  google_ad_height = 280;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`>  <table border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td><img title=`draw hand step by step pencil 2` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs631.snc3/31684_1373904480524_1619167147_30857086_3141165_n.jpg` alt=`draw hand step by step pencil 2` width=`463` height=`720` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p>Step 3: Draw the K shape above the thumb</p>  <p>Step 4: Draw the top of the pencil. It should measure just less that three thumb</p>  <p>lengths.</p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 336x280, created 5/25/10 */  google_ad_slot = `4879899694`;  google_ad_width = 336;  google_ad_height = 280;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`>  <table border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td><img title=`3` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs541.ash1/31684_1374078524875_1619167147_30857455_3060654_n.jpg` alt=`3` width=`468` height=`720` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p> Step 5: Observe and draw the line to complete the finger over the K shape</p>  <p>Step 6: Finish the hand shape by drawing in the heel of the palm and the wrist.</p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 336x280, created 5/25/10 */  google_ad_slot = `4879899694`; 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MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`font-size: small;`><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman;`>  <table border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td> </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </span></span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`font-size: small;`><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman;`>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  </span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt` mce_style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`font-size: small;` mce_style=`font-size: small;`><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman;` mce_style=`font-family: Times New Roman;`>src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js`></span></span></p>  <p class=`MsoNormal` style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt` mce_style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center; MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt`><span style=`font-family: Times New Roman; font-size: small;` mce_style=`font-family: Times New Roman; font-size: small;`>  // --></script>  </span></span></p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`> </p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 728x90, created 5/25/10 */  google_ad_slot = `6501615489`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 90;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`><!--  <table border=`0`><tbody><tr><td><img title=`2 hand drawn step by step` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs631.snc3/31684_1373904480524_1619167147_30857086_3141165_n.jpg` mce_src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs631.snc3/31684_1373904480524_1619167147_30857086_3141165_n.jpg` alt=`2 hand step by step` width=`463` height=`720` /></td></tr><tr><td><div mce_tmp=`1`>Step 3: Draw the K shape above the thumb</div><div mce_tmp=`1`>Step 4: Use a ruler and draw in the top of the pencil. The length of the pencil</div><div mce_tmp=`1`>should be just under 3 thumb lengths.</div></td></tr></tbody></table>  // --></script>  </p>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 728x90, created 5/25/10 */  google_ad_slot = `6501615489`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 90;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p>  <p>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`><!--  <div style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center` mce_style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center` mce_tmp=`1`><table border=`0`><tbody><tr><td><img title=`draw hand step by step 3` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs541.ash1/31684_1374078524875_1619167147_30857455_3060654_n.jpg` mce_src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs541.ash1/31684_1374078524875_1619167147_30857455_3060654_n.jpg` alt=`draw hand step by step 3` width=`468` height=`720` /></td></tr><tr><td><div mce_tmp=`1`>Step 5: Draw the top of the pointer finger over the K shape</div><div mce_tmp=`1`>Step 6: Complete the shape for the lower palm and the wrist.</div></td></tr></tbody></table></div><div style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center` mce_style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center` mce_tmp=`1`> </div>  // --></script>  </p>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 728x90, created 5/25/10 */  google_ad_slot = `6501615489`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 90;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`><!--  <div style=`text-align: center;` mce_style=`text-align: center;` mce_tmp=`1`><table border=`0`><tbody><tr><td><img title=`3` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs541.ash1/31684_1374078524875_1619167147_30857455_3060654_n.jpg` mce_src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs541.ash1/31684_1374078524875_1619167147_30857455_3060654_n.jpg` alt=`3` width=`468` height=`720` /></td></tr><tr><td><div mce_tmp=`1`>Step 5: Draw the line that completes the pointer finger, over the K shape. </div><div mce_tmp=`1`>Step 6: Complete the shape for the bottom of the hand and the wrist.</div></td></tr></tbody></table></div><div style=`text-align: center;` mce_style=`text-align: center;` mce_tmp=`1`>Code</div>  // --></script>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`; 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 /* 336x280, created 5/25/10 */  google_ad_slot = `4879899694`;  google_ad_width = 336;  google_ad_height = 280;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 728x90, created 5/25/10 */  google_ad_slot = `6501615489`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 90;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p> Ultimate Guide to Human Proportion for Figure Drawing. <p style=`background-repeat: repeat; background-position: center center;`>  <object width=`640` height=`385` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/xdNQR7xYW5k?fs=1&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/xdNQR7xYW5k?fs=1&hl=en_US` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p style=`background-color: #ffffff; background-attachment: fixed; background-repeat: repeat; font-family: Times New Roman, Times, serif; background-position: center center;`>    <table border=`0`>  <tbody>  </tbody>  </table>  <table style=`width: 644px; height: 412px;` border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 728x90, created 5/25/10 */  google_ad_slot = `6501615489`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 90;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center`><span style=`font-size: medium;`><strong><span style=`color: #ff0000;`><span style=`background-image: url(https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/hs023.snc6/165395_1660268559447_1619167147_31452663_6359822_n.jpg); background-attachment: fixed; background-repeat: repeat; background-position: center center; font-size: x-large;`><span style=`background-color: #ffffff; color: #000000;`>Head Lengths as Measurements: Average Joe versus Heroic Proportions</span></span></span></strong></span></p>  <p><img title=`merrill kazanjian in headlengths` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs1396.snc4/164856_1660167836929_1619167147_31452446_2344820_n.jpg` alt=`merrill kazanjian in head lengths` width=`657` height=`348` /></p>  <p><img style=`FLOAT: left` title=`Michelangelo David` src=`https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs1375.snc4/164737_1660173477070_1619167147_31452459_6176912_n.jpg` alt=`Michelangelo David` width=`292` height=`354` /></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: large;`>The most common unit of measurement in figure drawing is a <strong>head length</strong>. From antiquity through the Renaissance, artists painted and sculpted figures that were 8 or 9 head lengths tall. For instance, Michelangelo`s David, when measured, is 8 head lengths tall. The proportions of the David are idealized and heroic and different than the proportions of the average person, such as myself. I measured 7 1/4 head lengths tall. I guess that I am NOT a hero!</span></p>  <p> </p>  <p> </p>  <p> </p>  <p> </p>  <p> </p>  <p> </p>  <p> </p>  <p>I could never get a consistant answer on how many headlengths tall the average human body is....so I decided to construct an experiment. have read in some places that the body is as short as 7 head lengths and as tall as 8. I measured 100 people. 50 males and 50 females....right now you are seeing only a small sample... I made sure to include various body types to make this study scientific. I was able to learn that a humans proportions in head lengths is directly related with a persons height. The shortest person measured only 5 and 1/3 head lengths...the tallest was 8 and a half head lengths. ...But the vast majority were very close to 7.5 head lengths....and When I averaged the 100 people together, the result was 7.47 head lengths. Merrill! What the Hell is that .....and how does this relate to figure drawing? ......Oh dont worry, this chart shows you a normal distribution of heights. All that you need to know is that you can use 7.5 head lengths as a fairly accurate measurement, 95 percent of the time. So there its settled. The average human is 7.5 head lengths tall. Spaces on our bodies equivalent to one head length are...on our arm, 1.) from the top of the armpit to the joint of the elbow 2.) From the bottom of our chin to our nipples 3.) From our nipples to our navel 4. ) The height of our rear end. While females have differences in their anatomy, these measurements will work on them as well. Where do two head lengths fit on the human body? 1.) Its two head lengths down the upper leg 2.) It is also two head lengths down the lower leg 3.) It is two head lengths between the clavicle and the anterior iliadic crest...also known as the bony area that protrudes slightly lower than and on either side of your navel. 4.) It is also two head lengths from the elbow to the tip of the middle finger 5.) It is also two head lengths down the back, not including the neck Across 1.) Two heads across the shoulders What about three head lengths? 1.) 3 head lengths from the top of the head to the belly button 2.) 3 head lengths from the top of the armpit to the tip of the middle finger and Four head lengths? 1.) The length of the leg is four head lengths I have an important suggestion for when we draw the entire body. We know that the average body is 7 1/2 head lengths. Split up these head lengths in to three from the top and four from the bottom, with the extra half head length in the middle of the body. Splitting up the body in this way allows us to identify the landmarks more easily. We know that the height of the leg is four heads and the nipples and navel are landmarks that can be used from the top down. If you dont like using headlengths, there are other useful measurements to know. For instance, did you know that our armspan is usually the same distance as our height? Notice that NBA star, Yao Ming has an equal arm span to his seven foot five inch height, in the picture on the right. Another suggestion that I have is to remember the belly button rule. This comes from Leonardo Davinci who states that if a persons legs are chopped off below the knee, the belly button becomes the center of the body. Also, it is the same distance from the top of the head to the tip of the middle finger, as it is from the ground to the belly button. Davinci also said that the width of a persons shoulders is 1/4 of their height. I have found this measurement to be less accurate than head lengths but it is still applicable most of the time. Knowing this information also gives us the ability to break the body in to four parts. 1.) Head to nipples 2.) nipples to groin 3.) Groin to kneecap 4.) Kneecap to ground Now lets talk about size relationships between similar body parts. On average, the arm is about 25 percent smaller than the leg. The hand is the same size as the face. It is also the same size as the foot without the toes. The head is very similar in size to the foot. Finally there is about one hand length between the rib cage and the pelvis. In my next video I will cover the skeletal differences between males and females. You can download the notes to this video by hitting the first link in the video description.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 728x90, created 5/25/10 */  google_ad_slot = `6501615489`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 90;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p> Draw Scarface (Tony Montana) Step by Step. <p>  <table style=`background-image: url(https://iown.website/bx/_files/113images/nli_big/sscarface_banner.jpg); width: 900px; height: 122px; border: #857a7a 0px solid;` border=`0` align=`center`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td> </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <p>  <table style=`width: 66px; height: 144px;` border=`0` align=`center`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`draw scarface step 1` src=`https://iown.website/bx/_files/113images/nli_big/1__0.jpg` alt=`draw scarface step 1` width=`400` height=`297` /></p>  <p>Step 1.) Draw a half circle. Be sure to include the triangular shape, pointing downwards on the bottom right corner.</p>  </td>  <td align=`center` valign=`top`>  <p><img title=`Draw scarface step 2` src=`https://iown.website/bx/_files/113images/nli_big/2__0.jpg` alt=`Draw scarface step 2` width=`400` height=`298` /></p>  <p>Step 2.) Step two is the most difficult step. Take some extra time to observe the shape that I just added. Notice that the indentation looks like a pointing finger. Also notice that, minus the indentation, this new shape is close tp being triangular.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`draw scarface step 3` src=`https://iown.website/bx/_files/113images/nli_big/3__0.jpg` alt=`draw scarface step 3` width=`400` height=`311` /></p>  <p>Step 3.) Add the two shapes for the eye socket. Notice that the negative space between them is triangular. Also notice that the shape for Scarface`s left eye socket is a heart shape turned to the side. </p>  </td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><img title=`draw scarface step 4` src=`https://iown.website/bx/_files/113images/nli_big/4__0.jpg` alt=`draw scarface step 4` width=`400` height=`320` /></p>  <p>Step 4.) Add the nose. Be sure to notice the placement of the nostril.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`draw scarface step 5` src=`https://iown.website/bx/_files/113images/nli_big/5__0.jpg` alt=`draw scarface step 5` width=`400` height=`304` /></p>  <p>Step 5.) Add the lines on either side of the nose and the line between the lips. The new shape is a trapezoid under the nose.</p>  </td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><img title=`draw scarface step 6` src=`https://iown.website/bx/_files/113images/nli_big/6__0.jpg` alt=`draw scarface step 6` width=`400` height=`291` /></p>  <p>Step 6.) Add a flattened M shape for the top lip and an upside down rainbow for the bottom lip.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`draw scarface step 7` src=`https://iown.website/bx/_files/113images/nli_big/7__0.jpg` alt=`draw scarface step 7` width=`400` height=`314` /></p>  <p>Step 7.) Form the left side of Scarface`s face and his chin. Notice that its shape is similar to the letter J.</p>  </td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><img title=`draw scarface step 8` src=`https://iown.website/bx/_files/113images/nli_big/8__0.jpg` alt=`draw scarface step 8` width=`400` height=`291` /></p>  <p>Step 8.) Fill in the shapes on the inside of the ear.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`draw scarface step 9` src=`https://iown.website/bx/_files/113images/nli_big/9__0.jpg` alt=`draw scarface step 9` width=`400` height=`318` /></p>  <p>Step 9.) Add the two lines for the neck. Also, add the shadow shape under the ear.</p>  </td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><img title=`draw scarface step 10` src=`https://iown.website/bx/_files/113images/nli_big/10__0.jpg` alt=`draw scarface step 10` width=`400` height=`312` /></p>  <p>Step 10.) Add the shapes for the eyes. Each eye is similar to an almond shape with a circle in the middle (the Iris). Notice that the upper eyelid blocks the top of each circle.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`draw scarface step 11` src=`https://iown.website/bx/_files/113images/nli_big/11__0.jpg` alt=`draw scarface step 11` width=`400` height=`310` /></p>  <p>Step 11.) Put in the eyebrows and lightly ouline the contour of te eye with a slightly wider line.</p>  </td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><img title=`draw scarface step 12` src=`https://iown.website/bx/_files/113images/nli_big/12__0.jpg` alt=`draw scarface step 12` width=`400` height=`294` /></p>  <p>Step 12.) This step has more detail than difficulty..... So take some extra time to observe the shapes added under each eye. Notive that the central shape is an upside down rainbow under each eye.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p> <img title=`draw scarface step 13` src=`https://iown.website/bx/_files/113images/nli_big/13__0.jpg` alt=`draw scarface step 13` width=`400` height=`305` /></p>  <p>Step 13.) Add the two lines to the forehead, above and between the eyes. 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A printable PDF (Link at bottom) with step by step directions. Take your time! I have noticed that the most successful students look at their reference image more often.</td>  <td align=`left` valign=`top`>  <p>   <object width=`640` height=`385` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/JD1Wvu6DLsU&hl=en_US&fs=1&` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/JD1Wvu6DLsU&hl=en_US&fs=1&` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p>Remind yourself to look at the reference image at least once for every five seconds (This is especially important during the shading).</p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  <p> </p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`><span style=`font-size: x-large;`>STEP BY STEP<span style=`font-size: x-large;`><a href=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/click-3724826-10432331` target=`_top`></a></span></span></p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`> </p>  <p> </p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`>  <table style=`text-align: center; width: 493px; height: 130px;` border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img src=`https://iown.website/bx/_files/113images/nli_big/1.jpg` alt=`How to draw the hand thumbs up` width=`500` height=`428` /></p>  <p>Step 1: Make four upside down rainbows. Notice that each rainbow gets progressively further apart from the previous one as they move towards the top of the page.</p>  </td>  <td align=`center` valign=`top`>  <p><img title=`How to draw the hand thumbs up 2` src=`https://iown.website/bx/_files/113images/nli_big/2.jpg` alt=`How to draw the hand thumbs up 2` width=`500` height=`420` /></p>  <p>Step 2.) Observe the lines that stem from the right side of the rainbow. Notice that the top one is straight and angled downwards and the bottom one hooks upwards on the right side. The two in the middle are almost straight, but not quite.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`Draw the Hand Step By Step 3 Thumbs up` src=`https://iown.website/bx/_files/113images/nli_big/3.jpg` alt=`Draw the Hand Step By Step 3 Thumbs up` width=`500` height=`422` /></p>  <p>Step 3: Step 3 is a tricky step. Spend a little extra time observing it. Fill in the ends of the bent fingers by creating sideways rainbow shapes. Observe the shape that was created on top. Finally, notice that the width of each finger increases from bottom to top.</p>  </td>  <td align=`center` valign=`top`>  <p><img title=`Draw Hand Step by Step Thumbs Up 4` src=`https://iown.website/bx/_files/113images/nli_big/4.jpg` alt=`Draw Hand Step by Step Thumbs Up 4` width=`500` height=`423` /></p>  <p>Step 4: Make the (elonglated) egg shape. Take some extra time to notice its placement.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`Step by Step thumbs up how to draw hand 5` src=`https://iown.website/bx/_files/113images/nli_big/5.jpg` alt=`Step by Step thumbs up how to draw hand 5` width=`500` height=`432` /></p>  <p>Step 5: Add the trapezoid like shape to connect the egg shape with the rest of the hand.</p>  </td>  <td align=`center` valign=`top`>  <p><img title=`Step by Step draw hand thumbs up 6` src=`https://iown.website/bx/_files/113images/nli_big/6.jpg` alt=`Step by Step draw hand thumbs up 6` width=`500` height=`419` /></p>  <p>Step 6: Add the rainbow shape on the left side. Take some extra time to notice where each side of the rainbow connects, Unfortunately no POT OF GOLD at the end of the rainbow!</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`how to draw hand thumbs up step by step 7` src=`https://iown.website/bx/_files/113images/nli_big/7.jpg` alt=`how to draw hand thumbs up step by step 7` width=`500` height=`428` /></p>  <p>Step 7: Complete the crescent moon shape to create the origin of the wrist.</p>  </td>  <td align=`center` valign=`middle`> <img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10432331` border=`0` alt=`` width=`431` height=`379` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`draw hand step by step thumbs up how to 8` src=`https://iown.website/bx/_files/113images/nli_big/8.jpg` alt=`draw hand step by step thumbs up how to 8` width=`500` height=`424` /></p>  <p>Step 8: Use the reference images and the video to help you shade. Start out with the darkest parts. The darkest areas are between the fingers and the fold of skin at the base of the thumb.</p>  </td>  <td>  <p><img title=`Draw Hand Step by Step Thumbs up 9` src=`https://iown.website/bx/_files/113images/nli_big/9.jpg` alt=`Draw Hand Step by Step Thumbs up 9` width=`500` height=`421` /></p>  <p>Step 9: Use cross hatching to build up solid mid tones. After you build the mid tones, use the blending stump (tortillion) to smudge. The mid tones will help you create highlights (LATER....NOT NOW).</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`Draw hand step by step thumbs up 10` src=`https://iown.website/bx/_files/113images/nli_big/10.jpg` alt=`Draw hand step by step thumbs up 10` width=`500` height=`414` /></p>  <p>Step 10: Begin to use your darker pencils such as the 2B and the 4B- especially in the darkest parts- be careful not to press too hard because the darker pencils are more difficult to erase.</p>  </td>  <td align=`center` valign=`top`>  <p><img title=`draw hand step by step thumbs up 11` src=`https://iown.website/bx/_files/113images/nli_big/11.jpg` alt=`draw hand step by step thumbs up 11` width=`500` height=`419` /></p>  <p>Step 11: Now is a good time to start using the eraser to `smooth things out` and create highlights.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`draw hand step by step thumbs up 12` src=`https://iown.website/bx/_files/113images/nli_big/12.jpg` alt=`draw hand step by step thumbs up 12` width=`500` height=`422` /></p>  <p>Step 12: Its never too late to blend with the tortillion. This tool helps you give your drawing a smooth finish.</p>  </td>  <td align=`center` valign=`top`>  <p><img title=`draw hand step by step thumbs up 13` src=`https://iown.website/bx/_files/113images/nli_big/13.jpg` alt=`draw hand step by step thumbs up 13` width=`500` height=`423` /></p>  <p>Step 13: Combine the smoothing from the tortillion with the pencil (or kneaded) eraser to give your work a smooth finish.</p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <p> </p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`> </p>  <p> </p>  <p> </p>  <p><a href=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/click-3724826-10432331` target=`_top`></a></p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center`><a href=`https://www.kqzyfj.com/click-3724826-10367555` target=`_top`><img src=`https://www.tqlkg.com/image-3724826-10367555` border=`0` alt=`Roxio`s New Release!` width=`680` height=`89` /></a></p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center`>Roxio Creator 2010 is the software that I use to make my videos!- Merrill</p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left`>  <table style=`width: 577px; height: 43px;` border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`Thumbs up draw hand step by step 14` src=`https://iown.website/bx/_files/113images/nli_big/14.jpg` alt=`Thumbs up draw hand step by step 14` width=`500` height=`414` /></p>  <p>Step 14: Possibly, add darker tones with a 4B pencil and then smooth out any hints of hatching with a tortillion (optional)</p>  </td>  <td align=`center` valign=`top`>  <p><img title=`How to Draw a Hand Thumbs Up Gesture Finished` src=`https://iown.website/bx/_files/113images/nli_big/15.jpg` alt=`How to Draw a Hand Thumbs Up Gesture Finished` width=`500` height=`421` /></p>  <p>Step 15: Finished</p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left`> </p>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: left`>  <table border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td><span style=`font-size: xx-large;`>Download the PDF</span><span style=`font-size: large;`>: </span></td>  <td><span style=`font-size: x-large;`><a href=`https://iown.website/bx/_files/113images/articles_img_files/thumbs_up_step_by_step_how_to_draw_the_hand.pdf`>CLICK HERE</a></span></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <p>CC</p> Funny Artwork: Grandma doing the Myspace Self Pic Pose (Self Shot). <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;        /* 728x15, created 2/3/10 */        google_ad_slot = `1049141337`;        google_ad_width = 728;        google_ad_height = 15;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p>  <p>If you own a computer, and you have a myspace account, chances are, you have seen what is known as the myspace self photo....also known as the TOO MUCH INFORMATION profile pic! These photos are usually a combination of blatant misspelling and nudity. Sexxii Grannii (Sexy Granny) ON DECK (Whatever the HELL that means)! As an artist, it is my job document what exists in the world around me. Right now (early 2010), the social networking sites are king......so I created this mixed media artwork, based upon a scary picture that I saw on Myspace.   <object width=`560` height=`340` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/7aa9oUzARN0&hl=en_US&fs=1&` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/7aa9oUzARN0&hl=en_US&fs=1&` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  I took a mixed media approach in creating this work. 1.) Pencil- I used the pencil to sketch the initial pose. I do not do any shading while working with the pencil (in step one) 2.) Illustration Marker- Prismacolor and Chartpak Ad markers allow me to put down layers of color quickly. These markers leave transparent marks of color, similar to watercolor paint and often, their vibrancy can be seen through layers of translucent color (added later). 3.) Color Pencils- The fine tip of color pencils allow me to make marks with extreme precision. I use prismacolor color pencils because they blend extremely well and are compatible with oil paint. 4.) Oil Paint- The most versatile medium. Oil paint can be applied in thick `impasto` style or in thin transparent glazes. In this case, I tried to finish my work......but I decided that I needed to make a few changes. 5.) In order to make those changes, I let my work dry, then scanned it, then opened it up in.... 6.) Photoshop (And Paint Shop Pro 9)- THese two computer programs allow me to do digital collage and edit/refine my work. In this case, I changed the posture of the character. 7.) Print- On SPECIAL paper (hit the link) 8.) Color pencil- to bring out the tones (again) and prep the paper for oil paint (yes, it is a good primer). Also the color from the color pencils mix with the oil paint, which creates a cool effect. 9.) Oil Paint- Finishing touches 10.) Scan 11.) Save as a PNG file....so that I can use this character multiple times. -Merrill Kazanjian</p>  <!-- @import url(https://www.google.com/cse/api/branding.css); -->  <div class=`cse-branding-right` style=`background-color:#000000;color:#FFFFFF`>  <div class=`cse-branding-form`><form id=`cse-search-box` action=`https://www.google.com/cse`>  <div><input name=`cx` type=`hidden` value=`partner-pub-6730899040960500:xnfspl1lg7u` /> <input name=`ie` type=`hidden` value=`ISO-8859-1` /> <input name=`q` size=`31` type=`text` /> <input name=`sa` type=`submit` value=`Search` /></div>  </form></div>  <div class=`cse-branding-logo`><img src=`https://www.google.com/images/poweredby_transparent/poweredby_000000.gif` alt=`Google` /></div>  <div class=`cse-branding-text`>Custom Search</div>  </div>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;    /* 336x280, created 2/2/10 */    google_ad_slot = `4181428218`;    google_ad_width = 336;    google_ad_height = 280;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p> Illustration Markers: Prismacolor vs. AD Chartpak- A Comparison by Merrill Kazanjian. <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;                        /* 728x15, created 2/3/10 */                        google_ad_slot = `1049141337`;                        google_ad_width = 728;                        google_ad_height = 15;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`><span style=`font-size: large;`><span style=`color: #c0c0c0;`>In this article, I will compare the two most popular brands of illustration markers; Prismacolor and Ad Chartpak. I am an artist, a teacher and a professional illustrator and I have been using both Prismacolor and Ad Chartpak markers for many years. The subscribers of my <a href=`https://youtube.com/kazanjianm`>youtube channel</a> have seen me depend upon illustration markers in my work, and I have recieved many questions about the artistic capabilities of illustration markers. I have noticed that there is not a lot of information on the internet regarding this topic, so I decided to contribute my perspective. As you continue to read this article, you will become aware of each brand`s strengths and weaknesses, so that you could make an educated decision, if you should choose to purchase some. </span></span></p>  <p> </p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`><strong><span style=`font-size: x-large;`>ABOUT THE ARTISTIC MEDIUM OF ILLUSTRATION MARKERS</span></strong></p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`><span style=`font-size: x-large;`><span style=`font-size: large;`>I choose to use Illustration Markers in my work, because they are fast, portable and mixable with other media. I was trained as an oil painter but my busy lifestyle forced me to reconsider my approach to art making. I stumbled upon illustration markers when I visited a friends studio. I quickly learned to think about illustration markers as a descendant (or a relative) of watercolor paint. Both are means to apply transparent color. Once an artist practices with illustration markers, and learns the nuances of the medium, he/she can get sophisticated in a fraction of the time that it would take to create a work in watercolor. </span></span></p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`><span style=`font-size: x-large;`><span style=`font-size: large;`><br /></span></span></p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`><span style=`font-size: x-large;`><span style=`font-size: large;`><strong><span style=`font-size: x-large;`>VIDEO</span></strong></span></span></p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`> </p>  <p>  <object width=`425` height=`344` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/TP8OtOyf6uE&hl=en&fs=1` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/TP8OtOyf6uE&hl=en&fs=1` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`><span style=`font-size: x-large;`><span style=`font-size: large;`><strong><span style=`font-size: x-large;`>TIPS FROM VIDEO<br /></span></strong></span></span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: large;`>1.) Markers- When you use illustration markers, think of yourself as a watercolor artist. I say this because illustration markers enable you with the means to apply transparent color and layer it multiple times. But there is a trade off in using illustration markers (AND ONE THAT I AM DEFINITELY WILLING TO MAKE) The colors are pre mixed and you are limited in creating tones (light and dark values) and chromas (range of the intensity of color) in your work. You will see in the video demonstration that the markers do not blend together like wet paint. There are simple ways to compensate for the lack of mixability.<br /></span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: large;`>2.) Special Markers- There are two different types of special illustration markers; Blender markers and grays. I know....I just said that there is no blending. The blender marker is a little deceptive. It is simply a marker without color in it. It is comprised of the fluid that the marker is mixed in. When it is applied on paper, the colors will bleed together. You will see during my demonstration that there is a big difference between bleeding and blending.  The warm and cool gray markers are used to build tones. Usually, there are ten warm grays and ten cool grays in a complete marker set. Ten is the darkest tone and one is the lightest.</span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: large;`>3.) Paper- In order to use Illustration Markers to their full capacity, you will need Bleedproof paper. It is specifically made for markers, and it prevents markers from running.</span></p>  <p> </p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`> </p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`> </p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`><span style=`font-size: x-large;`><span style=`font-size: large;`><br /></span></span></p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`><span style=`font-size: large;`><span style=`color: #000000;`><strong><span style=`font-size: x-large;`>ABOUT PRISMACOLOR AND AD CHARTPAK</span></strong><br /></span></span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: large;`><span style=`color: #000000;`><br /></span></span></p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`><span style=`font-size: large;`><span style=`color: #000000;`><strong>AN OVERALL COMPARISON OF THE TWO TOP BRANDS</strong><br /></span></span></p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`> </p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`><img title=`Prismacolor vs. Ad Chartpak Illustration Markers` src=`https://iown.website/bx/_files/113images/nli_big/illustration_marker_comparison.jpg` alt=`Comparison of Prismacolor vs Chartpak Ad Illustration Markers` width=`574` height=`443` /></p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`><span style=`font-size: large;`>Both brands offer a wide range of colors and both are quality products. I use both brands when I work (as evidenced in my <a href=`https://youtube.com/kazanjianm`>videos</a>). I currently have a slight preferance toward AD Chartpak, but when I first started using illustration markers, I preferred the superior control of Prismacolor.  It is a matter of preferance.....Power (AD Chartpak) versus Accuracy (Prismacolor). The best solution is to use them together. <br /></span></p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`><span style=`font-size: large;`><strong><span style=`font-size: x-large;`>MY RECOMMENDATIONS</span></strong><br /></span></p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`> </p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`><span style=`font-size: large;`>If you choose to experiment with illustration markers in your work. I would recommend that you purchase Bleedproof paper (shown below). I stress this point if you wish to purchase AD Chartpak markers (You could get away with using regular paper with the Prismacolor markers). I would also recommend for you to purchase a set based upon your interests (I will provide you with lots of possibilities below). For instance, most of my work deals with the human figure, so a set with a lot of flesh tones makes the most sense for a person like me. I do use all of the markers that I have (OVER 500!!!!) but I use 100 flesh tones out of the 500 eighty percent of the time! Below I will list all of the possibilities. If you have a question, leave me a comment (at the bottom) and I will be sure to respond.  </span></p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`><span style=`font-size: large;`><br /></span></p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`><span style=`font-size: large;`><strong><span style=`font-size: x-large;`>PAPER</span></strong><br /></span></p>  <form action=`https://www.dpbolvw.net/interactive` method=`get`>   <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/106/01/10601-1153-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Borden & Riley Paris Bleedproof Paper For Pens` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Borden & Riley Paris Bleedproof Paper For Pens</span></strong></p>  <p>If you are purchasing Ad Markers, this is a must. It comes in three sizes.- Merrill</p>  <p> </p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>The smooth, hard surface of Paris paper is a convenient and economical alternative to bristol board. Brilliant white, crisp, and bleedproof, it is the ideal surface for detailed pen-and-ink illustrations rendered for reproduction with crowquill pens, broad drawing pens, calligraphy, or fountain pens. Each pad contains 40 sheets.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`10601-1153` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/borden-and-riley-paris-bleedproof-paper-for-pens/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=10601-1153-931` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p style=`text-align: center;`><strong><span style=`font-size: x-large;`>COMPLETE SETS</span></strong></p>  <p><img src=`https://www.tqlkg.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/interactive` method=`get`>   <table style=`width: 883px; height: 259px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/213/03/21303-1009-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Chartpak Ad Marker Sets` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Chartpak Ad Marker Set of 100<br /></span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>These are an investment! They are durable and portable and have lasted me several years. I purchased my set in 2007 and I have only had to replace a few colors. When you buy a set, you recieve a really cool and useful marker stand. Personally, Chartpak AD Markers are my favorite. If you compare the price to other brands this is the best value. -Merrill<br /></span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`21303-1009` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/chartpak-ad-marker-sets/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=21303-1009-1133` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.lduhtrp.net/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.kqzyfj.com/interactive` method=`get`>   <table style=`width: 1157px; height: 289px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/213/42/21342-1569-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Set of 156` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Prismacolor Set of 156</span></strong></p>  <p>Prismacolor markers are superior for accuracy. They take less time to get used to because they do not bleed as much. It is less necessary to purchase bleedproof paper with these markers. - Merrill</p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>This set of 156 contains Process Red, Blush Pink, Warm Gray 20%, Warm Gray 30%, Warm Gray 40%, Warm Gray 50%, Warm Gray 60%, Warm Gray 70%, Warm Gray 80%, Warm Gray 90%, Cool Gray 10%, Cool Gray 20%, Deco Peach, Cool Gray 30%, Cool Gray 40%, Cool Gray 50%, Cool Gray 60%, Cool Gray 70%, Cool Gray 80%, Cool Gray 90%, Broad Metallic Silver, Fine Metallic Silver, Broad Metallic Gold, Light Peach, Fine Metallic Gold, Clear Blender, Salmon Pink, Spanish Orange, Limepeel, Peacock Blue, Cerulean Blue, Imperial Violet, Parma Violet, Poppy Red, Deco Orange, Deco Yellow, Jasmine, Deco Pink, Deco Blue, Clay Rose, Pale Vermillion, Celadon Green, Jade Green, Brittany Blue, Mediterranean Blue, Cloud Blue, Blue Slate, Periwinkle, Greyed Lavender, Bronze, Yellow Orange, Mahogany Red, Raspberry, Henna, Pumpkin Orange, Mineral Orange, French Gray 10%, French Gray 20%, French Gray 30%, French Gray 40%, French Gray 50%, Orange, French Gray 60%, French Gray 70%, French Gray 80%, French Gray 90%, Grass Green, True Green, Apple Green, Dark Purple, Tuscan Red, Sunburst Yellow, Peach, Lilac, Light Umber, Yellow Ochre, Forest Green, Spruce Green, Emerald, Leaf Green, Canary Yellow, Tulip Yellow, Cream, Spring Green, Light Olive Green, Chartreuse, Dark Olive Green, Dark Green, Parrot Green, Lime Green, Aquamarine, Teal Blue, True Blue, Crimson Red, Copenhagen Blue, Violet Blue, Indigo Blue, Ultramarine Blue, Navy Blue, Light Aqua, Light Blue, Light Cerulean Blue, Scarlet Lake, Violet, Mulberry, Rhodamine, Carmine Red, Violet Mist, Dark Umber, Sepia, Sienna Brown, Goldenrod, Magenta, Sand, Buff, Eggshell, Flagstone Red, Brick Beige, Brick White, Pink, Putty, Terra Cotta, Cherry, Dark Brown, Light Walnut, Walnut, Burnt Ochre, Light Tan, Blondwood, Warm Black, Black, Warm Gray 10%, Pale Jade, Avocado, Mint Cream, Cold Stone, Spearmint, Wheat, Green Tea, Muted Turquoise, Mocha Light, Mocha Dark, Cinnamon Toast, Sky Blue Light, Driftwood, Taupe, Parchment, Ash Gray, Pale Peach, Ballet Pink, Khaki, Cocoa Bean, Eggplant, Jet Black, Oatmeal, and Pewter.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`21342-1569` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/prismacolor-premier-double-ended-art-marker-sets/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=21342-1569-9447` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p style=`text-align: center;`><strong><span style=`font-size: x-large;`>Specialty Sets- Prismacolor<br /></span></strong></p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`> </p>  <form action=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/interactive` method=`get`>   <table style=`width: 552px; height: 225px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/213/42/21342-2009-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Landscape Colors, Set of 24` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Landscape Colors, Set of 24</span></strong></p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`>This is a set of markers with a palette especially made for landscape artists. -Merrill</p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`> </p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>This specially developed 24-count set of assorted double-sided professional artist-quality markers contains a spectrum of colors perfect for landscape artwork. Enjoy rich color saturation with smooth, silky ink flow and coverage.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`21342-2009` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/prismacolor-premier-double-ended-art-markers/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=21342-2009-1130` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.anrdoezrs.net/interactive` method=`get`>   <table style=`width: 542px; height: 300px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/213/42/21342-1209-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Primary/Secondary Colors, Set of 12` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Primary/Secondary Colors, Set of 12</span></strong></p>  <p>This is a starter set of Prismacolor markers with the most common colors used in illustration.- Merrill</p>  <p> </p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>This set of 12 includes Violet, Canary Yellow, Yellowed Orange, Hot Pink, Carmine Red, Crimson Red, Parrot Green, Ultramarine, Mulberry, Dark Green, Dark Umber, and Black.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`21342-1209` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/prismacolor-premier-double-ended-art-marker-sets/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=21342-1209-9447` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p> </p>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.anrdoezrs.net/interactive` method=`get`>   <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/213/42/21342-4809-2-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Set of 48` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Set of 48</span></strong></p>  <p>A good entry level set. It is light on the flesh tones though. -Merrill</p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>This set of 48 contains Process Red, Crimson Red, Carmine Red, Magenta, Pink, Blush Pink, Light Peach, Poppy Red, Pale Vermillion, Yellow Orange, Orange, Yellow Ochre, Canary Yellow, Cream, Spring Green, Chartreuse, Dark Olive Green, Dark Green, Aquamarine, True Blue, Violet Blue, Indigo Blue, Ultramarine Blue, Light Aqua, Light Blue, Light Cerulean Blue, Violet, Mulberry, Rhodamine, Dark Umber, Sienna Brown, Goldenrod, Dark Brown, Black, Spanish Orange, Limepeel, Deco Yellow, Deco Pink, Blue Slate, Grass Green, True Green, Apple Green, Tuscan Red, Peach, Lilac, Light Umber, Broad Metallic Silver, Fine Metallic Silver, and Light Tan.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`21342-4809` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/prismacolor-premier-double-ended-art-marker-sets/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=21342-4809-9447` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p> </p>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` method=`get`>   <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/221/75/22175-1012-1-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`  Manga, Set of 12` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>  Manga, Set of 12</span></strong></p>  <p>Personally, I do not do manga style work, but I wanted to include all possibilities.- Merrill</p>  <p> </p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>This 12-count set provides the essential tools for creating sequential art, including French Grey 20%, Sienna Brown, Eggshell, Brick Beige, Ballet Pink, True Blue, Cloud Blue, Pale Vermillion, Sunburst Yellow, Lilac, Process Red, and Apple Green.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22175-1012` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/prismacolor-premier-double-ended-art-marker-sets/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22175-1012-9447` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p> </p>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/interactive` method=`get`>   <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/213/42/21342-7209-1-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Set of 72` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Set of 72</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>This set of 72 contains Process Red, Crimson Red, Carmine Red, Magenta, Pink, Blush Pink, Light Peach, Poppy Red, Pale Vermillion, Yellow Orange, Orange, Sunburst Yellow, Yellow Ochre, Canary, Cream, Spring Green, Chartreuse, Dark Olive Green, Dark Green, Parrot Green, Aquamarine, True Blue, Copenhagen Blue, Violet Blue, Indigo Blue, Ultramarine Blue, Light Aqua, Light Cerulean Blue, Violet, Mulberry, Rhodamine, Violet Mist, Dark Umber, Sepia, Sienna Brown, Goldenrod, Terra Cotta, Dark Brown, Burnt Ochre, Light Tan, Black, Warm Gray 20%, Warm Gray 50%, Warm Gray 70%, Cool Gray 20%, Cool Gray 50%, Cool Gray 70%, Spanish Orange, Limepeel, Peacock Blue, Imperial Violet, Deco Yellow, Deco Pink, Jade Green, Cloud Blue, Blue Slate, French Gray 20%, French Gray 50%, French Gray 70%, Grass Green, True Green, Apple Green, Dark Purple, Tuscan Red, Peach, Lilac, Light Umber, Mint Cream, Broad Metallic Silver, Fine Metallic Silver, Broad Metallic Gold, and Fine Metallic Gold.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`21342-7209` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/prismacolor-premier-double-ended-art-marker-sets/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=21342-7209-9447` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p> </p>  <p><img src=`https://www.tqlkg.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.dpbolvw.net/interactive` method=`get`>   <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/213/42/21342-2409-5-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Set of 24` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Set of 24</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>This set of 24 contains Crimson Red, Pink, Poppy Red, Orange, Canary Yellow, Dark Green, True Blue, Violet Blue, Indigo Blue, Light Cerulean Blue, Violet, Mulberry, Rhodamine, Sienna Brown, Goldenrod, Dark Brown, Black, Spanish Orange, Blue Slate, Grass Green, True Green, Apple Green, Tuscan Red, and Peach.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`21342-2409` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/prismacolor-premier-double-ended-art-markers/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=21342-2409-1130` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p> </p>  <p><img src=`https://www.tqlkg.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.kqzyfj.com/interactive` method=`get`>   <table style=`width: 1186px; height: 330px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/221/75/22175-1012-1-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Set of 120` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Set of 120</span></strong></p>  <p>This set is a great value. It has all of the Prismacolor Markers that I depend on. I originally purchased a complete set (in 2007) but ALL of the markers that I use are included here. -Merrill</p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>This set of 120 contains Process Red, Blush Pink, Warm Gray 20%, Warm Gray 30%, Warm Gray 50%, Warm Gray 70%, Warm Gray 80%, Warm Gray 90%, Cool Gray 10%, Cool Gray 20%, Deco Peach, Cool Gray 30%, Cool Gray 50%, Cool Gray 70%, Cool Gray 80%, Cool Gray 90%, Broad Metallic Silver, Fine Metallic Silver, Broad Metallic Gold, Light Peach, Fine Metallic Gold, Clear Blender, Salmon Pink, Spanish Orange, Limepeel, Peacock Blue, Imperial Violet, Poppy Red, Deco Orange, Deco Yellow, Jasmine, Deco Pink, Deco Blue, Clay Rose, Pale Vermillion, Celadon Green, Jade Green, Mediterranean Blue, Cloud Blue, Blue Slate, Periwinkle, Greyed Lavender, Bronze, Yellow Orange, Mahogany Red, Raspberry, Henna, Pumpkin Orange, Mineral Orange, French Gray 10%, French Gray 20%, French Gray 30%, French Gray 40%, French Gray 50%, Orange, French Gray 60%, French Gray 70%, French Gray 80%, Grass Green, True Green, Apple Green, Dark Purple, Tuscan Red, Sunburst Yellow, Peach, Lilac, Light Umber, Yellow Ochre, Forest Green, Spruce Green, Emerald, Leaf Green, Canary Yellow, Cream, Spring Green, Chartreuse, Dark Olive Green, Dark Green, Parrot Green, Lime Green, Aquamarine, True Blue, Crimson Red, Copenhagen Blue, Violet Blue, Indigo Blue, Ultramarine Blue, Navy Blue, Light Aqua, Light Blue, Light Cerulean Blue, Scarlet Lake, Violet, Mulberry, Rhodamine, Carmine Red, Violet Mist, Dark Umber, Sepia, Sienna Brown, Goldenrod, Magenta, Buff, Pink, Terra Cotta, Dark Brown, Burnt Ochre, Light Tan, Warm Black, Black, Warm Gray, Pale Jade, Mint Cream, Cold Stone, Spearmint, Wheat, Green Tea, Muted Turquoise, Mocha Light, and Cinnamon Toast.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`21342-1208` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/prismacolor-premier-double-ended-art-marker-sets/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=21342-1208-9447` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.tqlkg.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <p> </p>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` method=`get`>   <table style=`width: 1213px; height: 354px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/213/42/21342-1449-2-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Set of 144` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Set of 144</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>This set of 144 contains Process Red, Blush Pink, Warm Gray 20%, Warm Gray 30%, Warm Gray 40%, Warm Gray 50%, Warm Gray 60%, Warm Gray 70%, Warm Gray 80%, Warm Gray 90%, Cool Gray 10%, Cool Gray 20%, Deco Peach, Cool Gray 30%, Cool Gray 40%, Cool Gray 50%, Cool Gray 60%, Cool Gray 70%, Cool Gray 80%, Cool Gray 90%, Broad Metallic Silver, Fine Metallic Silver, Broad Metallic Gold, Light Peach, Fine Metallic Gold, Clear Blender, Salmon Pink, Spanish Orange, Limepeel, Peacock Blue, Cerulean Blue, Imperial Violet, Parma Violet, Poppy, Deco Orange, Deco Yellow, Jasmine, Deco Pink, Deco Blue, Clay Rose, Pale Vermillion, Celadon Green, Jade Green, Brittany Blue, Mediterranean Blue, Cloud Blue, Blue Slate, Periwinkle, Greyed Lavender, Bronze, Yellow Orange, Mahogany Red, Raspberry, Henna, Pumpkin Orange, Mineral Orange, French Gray 10%, French Gray 20%, French Gray 30%, French Gray 40%, French Gray 50%, Orange, French Gray 60%, French Gray 70%, French Gray 80%, French Gray 90%, Grass Green, True Green, Apple Green, Dark Purple, Tuscan Red, Sunburst Yellow, Peach, Lilac, Light Umber, Yellow Ochre, Forest Green, Spruce Green, Emerald, Leaf Green, Canary Yellow, Tulip Yellow, Cream, Spring Green, Light Olive Green, Chartreuse, Dark Olive Green, Dark Green, Parrot Green, Lime Green, Aquamarine, Teal Blue, True Blue, Crimson Red, Copenhagen Blue, Violet Blue, Indigo Blue, Ultramarine Blue, Navy Blue, Light Aqua, Light Blue, Light Cerulean Blue, Scarlet Lake, Violet, Mulberry, Rhodamine, Carmine Red, Violet Mist, Dark Umber, Sepia, Sienna Brown, Goldenrod, Magenta, Sand, Buff, Eggshell, Flagstone Red, Brick Beige, Brick White, Pink, Putty, Terra Cotta, Cherry, Dark Brown, Light Walnut, Walnut, Burnt Ochre, Light Tan, Blondwood, Warm Black, black, Warm Gray 10%, Pale Jade, Avocado, Mint Cream, Cold Stone, Spearmint, Wheat, Green Tea, Muted Turquoise, Mocha Light, Mocha Dark, Cinnamon Toast, and Sky Blue Light.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`21342-1449` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/prismacolor-premier-double-ended-art-marker-sets/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=21342-1449-9447` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.tqlkg.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`> </p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`> </p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`><strong><span style=`font-size: x-large;`>Specialty Sets Chartpak Ad</span></strong></p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`><strong><span style=`font-size: x-large;`><br /></span></strong></p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`> </p>  <form action=`https://www.dpbolvw.net/interactive` method=`get`>   <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/213/03/21303-0129-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Chartpak Ad Marker Sets` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Chartpak Ad Manga Set<br /></span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>This set is filled with the most popular colors used by manga artists. - Merrill<br /></span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`21303-0129` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/chartpak-ad-marker-sets/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=21303-0129-1133` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p> </p>  <p> </p>  <p><img src=`https://www.lduhtrp.net/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` method=`get`>   <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/213/03/21303-2009-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Set of 12 with FREE Travel Case` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Set of 12 with FREE Travel Case</span></strong></p>  <p>One of the current specials available now. -Merrill</p>  <p> </p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>Get creative with this special set! It includes 12 Chartpak Ad Markers in a FREE, padded nylon travel case with a Velcro closure. The case will hold up to 24 markers. Colors in the set include one each of Ultramarine, Slate Green, Leaf Green, Lemon Yellow, Chrome Orange, Life Red, Lilac, Blueberry, Super Black, Basic Gray 5, Basic Gray 1, and a Colorless Blender.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`21303-2009` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/chartpak-ad-marker-sets/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=21303-2009-1133` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <p> </p>  <form action=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/interactive` method=`get`>   <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/213/03/21303-3859-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Chartpak Ad Marker Sets` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Chartpak Ad Flesh Tone Set<br /></span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>This set gives figurative/portrait artists a full range of flesh tones. These colors are used by me very frequently! - Merrill<br /></span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`21303-3859` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/chartpak-ad-marker-sets/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=21303-3859-1133` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <p> </p>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` method=`get`>   <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/213/03/21303-2509-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Chartpak Ad Marker Sets` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Art Director Set<br /></span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>A colorful set! I use these colors less frequently because I do figurative work, but I wanted to include all options- Merrill<br /></span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`21303-2509` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/chartpak-ad-marker-sets/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=21303-2509-1133` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <p> </p>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` method=`get`>   <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/213/03/21303-0259-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Chartpak Ad Marker Sets` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Chartpak Ad Manga Set of 25<br /></span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>A single nib with three distinct line weights. These waterproof, permanent, solvent-based markers deliver brilliant, sparkling color in fine point, medium weight, or broad strokes, with just a shift of the wrist. From crisply articulated tight comps to broadly expressive illustrations, one marker gives you all the lines you need.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`21303-0259` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/chartpak-ad-marker-sets/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=21303-0259-1133` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p> </p>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/interactive` method=`get`>   <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/213/03/21303-2519-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Chartpak Ad Marker Sets` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Chartpak Ad Warm and Cool Grey Marker Set</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>A single nib with three distinct line weights. These waterproof, permanent, solvent-based markers deliver brilliant, sparkling color in fine point, medium weight, or broad strokes, with just a shift of the wrist. From crisply articulated tight comps to broadly expressive illustrations, one marker gives you all the lines you need.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`21303-2519` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/chartpak-ad-marker-sets/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=21303-2519-1133` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.lduhtrp.net/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`><strong><span style=`font-size: x-large;`>Regular Markers (A Substitute Idea)<br /></span></strong></p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`><span style=`font-size: large;`>I have been an art teacher for nine years and I have experience dealing with a VERY LIMITED budget. I had to get creative to teach my method (from the video) to my students. I purchased a combination of the markers listed below (all five sets) to give my students a similar range of colors as a set of illustration markers. While these (below) are NOT illustration markers, (meaning that it will 1.) Take you longer to fill a space 2.) Have a more narrow selection of colors with a less sophisticated tip) </span><span style=`font-size: large;`>they can get the job done! (42 different colors from Crayola for an AMAZING price!) <br /></span></p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`><strong><span style=`font-size: x-large;`><br /></span></strong></p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`> </p>  <form action=`https://www.dpbolvw.net/interactive` method=`get`>   <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/212/06/21206-1709-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Multicultural 8-Color Set` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Multicultural 8-Color Set</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>A great substitute for flesh tone illustration markers. Four dollars and change per pack! 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It is available in Broad and Thin Line tips.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`21206-1109` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/crayola-classic-washable-markers/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=21206-1109-1190` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.anrdoezrs.net/interactive` method=`get`>   <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/212/06/21206-0089-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Bright 8-Color Set` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Bright 8-Color Set</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>This set includes eight markers in bright, kid-pleasing colors: Battery Charged Blue, Electric Lime, Graphic Green, Hot Pink, Infra Red, Laser Lemon, Orange Circuit, and Ultra Violet. Colors wash easily from skin and most clothing.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`21206-0089` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/crayola-classic-washable-markers/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=21206-0089-1190` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.anrdoezrs.net/interactive` method=`get`>   <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/212/18/21218-1409-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Fluorescent 6-Color Set` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Fluorescent 6-Color Set</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>Set includes one each of six vivid neon, water-based colors, including Shocking Pink, Electric Blue, Hot Magenta, Fiery Orange, Neon Yellow, and Glowing Green. Broad tip.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`21218-1409` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/crayola-classic-original-markers/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=21218-1409-1193` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p> Ping Pong Party. <p>  <object width=`640` height=`385` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/jvwp_Aw7rmc&hl=en_US&fs=1&color1=0x5d1719&color2=0xcd311b` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/jvwp_Aw7rmc&hl=en_US&fs=1&color1=0x5d1719&color2=0xcd311b` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;        /* 468x60, created 1/26/10 */        google_ad_slot = `2338749477`;        google_ad_width = 468;        google_ad_height = 60;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p>  <p>Tradigital art incorporates traditional materials with digital media. This video illustrates the tradigital process step by step (demonstration by artist Merrill Kazanjian).</p>  <p>The process for this artwork:</p>  <p>1.) Pencil Drawing (regular HB pencil)</p>  <p>2.) Digital Scan</p>  <p>3.) Digital Collage with Paint Shop Pro / Photoshop</p>  <p>4.) Print</p>  <p>5.) Illustration Markers</p>  <p>6.) Opaque Paint Markers</p>  <p>7.) Scan (Again)</p>  <p>8.) Digital Touch Ups with Paint Shop Pro / Photoshop</p>  <p>9.) Save as PNG file</p>  <p>10.) Juxtapose PNG file</p> How to Draw the Female Eye From a Side Profile Perspective. <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;    /* 728x15, created 2/3/10 */    google_ad_slot = `1049141337`;    google_ad_width = 728;    google_ad_height = 15;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  Watch my how-to video, <a href=`https://www.wonderhowto.com/how-to-video-299655/`>How to draw the female eye from a side profile</a> on WonderHowTo.</p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`>You have three resources to work from. 1.) the video 2.) The step by step directions on this page 3.) A printable PDF (Link at bottom) with step by step directions. Take your time! I have noticed that the most successful students look at their reference image more often. Remind yourself to look at the reference image at least once for every five seconds (This is especially important during the shading). If you get stuck, refer to the video. Leave a comment at the bottom and let me know how you did! If you want to E-Mail me a picture of your work. I will post it on this page! Good Luck!</span></p>  <p> </p>  <p> </p>  <p><a href=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/click-3724826-10685985` target=`_top`></a>  <object width=`560` height=`340` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/EnP8tro1Pp4&hl=en_US&fs=1&` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/EnP8tro1Pp4&hl=en_US&fs=1&` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p><span style=`font-size: large;`>Scroll to the BOTTOM for the printable PDF:</span></p>  <p><img title=`draw female eye side profile view 1` src=`https://hphotos-snc3.fbcdn.net/hs171.snc3/19878_1261240784002_1619167147_30617339_2878073_n.jpg` alt=`draw female eye side profile view 1` width=`604` height=`453` /></p>  <p>Step 1: Draw the shape that you see. It looks like a heart shape turned to the side.</p>  <p><img title=`draw female eye side profile view 2` src=`https://hphotos-snc3.fbcdn.net/hs191.snc3/19878_1261240864004_1619167147_30617340_7677112_n.jpg` alt=`draw female eye side profile view 2` width=`604` height=`453` /></p>  <p>Step 2: Create the shape for the eyebrow at the top of the heart shape.</p>  <p><img title=`draw female eye side profile view 3` src=`https://photos-f.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs191.snc3/19878_1261241464019_1619167147_30617342_8113264_n.jpg` alt=`draw female eye side profile view 3` width=`604` height=`453` /></p>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 468x60, created 1/26/10 */  google_ad_slot = `2338749477`;  google_ad_width = 468;  google_ad_height = 60;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p>  <p>Step 3: Create the small bowl shape at the bottom. Notice that it overlaps the heart shape. Also notice how small it is compared to the heart shape.</p>  <p><img title=`draw female eye side profile view 4` src=`https://photos-d.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs191.snc3/19878_1261241504020_1619167147_30617343_1016615_n.jpg` alt=`draw female eye side profile view 4` width=`604` height=`453` /></p>  <p>Step 4: Create the shape that was just added. It looks like a sideways triangle with rounded sides. Notice its placement within the heart shape and its proximity to the bowl shape.</p>  <p><img title=`draw female eye side profile view 5` src=`https://hphotos-snc3.fbcdn.net/hs171.snc3/19878_1261241544021_1619167147_30617344_727872_n.jpg` alt=`draw female eye side profile view 5` width=`604` height=`453` /></p>  <p>Step 5: Add the U shape for the iris. Notice that you can see the bottom of the iris, but not the top. Also notice that the iris is more oval like, rather than circular, since the head is turned.</p>  <p><img title=`draw female eye side profile view 6` src=`https://hphotos-snc3.fbcdn.net/hs171.snc3/19878_1261241584022_1619167147_30617345_4053777_n.jpg` alt=`draw female eye side profile view 6` width=`604` height=`453` /></p>  <p>Step 6: Add the shape to the inner corner of the eye.</p>  <p><img title=`draw female eye side profile view 7` src=`https://hphotos-snc3.fbcdn.net/hs171.snc3/19878_1261241624023_1619167147_30617346_2860864_n.jpg` alt=`draw female eye side profile view 7` width=`604` height=`453` /></p>  <p>Step 7: Add the crown like shape for the upper eye lashes. Notice that the longest ones seem to be on the inner corner of the eye. (This is actually not the case, the other lashes are foreshortened)</p>  <p><img title=`draw female eye side profile view 8` src=`https://photos-c.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs171.snc3/19878_1261241664024_1619167147_30617347_5344499_n.jpg` alt=`draw female eye side profile view 8` width=`604` height=`453` /></p>  <p>Step 8: Add the lashes on the inner corner of the eye.</p>  <p><img title=`draw female eye side profile view 9` src=`https://hphotos-snc3.fbcdn.net/hs191.snc3/19878_1261241704025_1619167147_30617348_7454190_n.jpg` alt=`draw female eye side profile view 9` width=`604` height=`453` /></p>  <p>Step 9: Add the bottom eye lashes. Notice that they are much shorter than the top lashes.</p>  <p><img title=`draw female eye side profile view 10` src=`https://photos-f.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs191.snc3/19878_1261241744026_1619167147_30617349_6715022_n.jpg` alt=`draw female eye side profile view 10` width=`604` height=`453` /></p>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 468x60, created 1/26/10 */  google_ad_slot = `2338749477`;  google_ad_width = 468;  google_ad_height = 60;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p>  <p>Step 10: Add the Pupil. Since the head is turned, the pupil is oval like.</p>  <p><img title=`draw female eye side profile view 11` src=`https://photos-a.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs171.snc3/19878_1261241784027_1619167147_30617350_5373957_n.jpg` alt=`draw female eye side profile view 11` width=`604` height=`453` /></p>  <p>Step 11: Add the highlight shapes that I just added</p>  <p> </p>  <p><a href=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/click-3724826-10717947` target=`_top`></a></p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`> </p>  <p><span style=`font-size: large;`>SHADING:</span></p>  <p> </p>  <p><img title=`draw female eye side profile view 12` src=`https://photos-g.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs171.snc3/19878_1261242424043_1619167147_30617351_7934584_n.jpg` alt=`draw female eye side profile view 12` width=`604` height=`340` /></p>  <p>Step 12: Start shading the darkest areas first. The upper lashes and the pupil will be the darkest areas. Build it up slowly in `cross hatched` layers (the video will demonstrate). Dont do it all at once.</p>  <p><img title=`draw female eye side profile view 13` src=`https://hphotos-snc3.fbcdn.net/hs171.snc3/19878_1261242464044_1619167147_30617352_910488_n.jpg` alt=`draw female eye side profile view 13` width=`604` height=`340` /></p>  <p>Step 13: Shade in the Iris. Notice that it is not as dark as the pupil. The shape added in step 6 is part if the eyelid. Shade it alightly lighter than the iris.</p>  <p><img title=`draw female eye side profile view 14` src=`https://photos-c.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs171.snc3/19878_1261242504045_1619167147_30617353_1427691_n.jpg` alt=`draw female eye side profile view 14` width=`604` height=`340` /></p>  <p>Step 14: Shade in the eyebrow. This can vary in tone depending upon hair color and make up. In this case, I left it lighter in tone than the eyelashes.</p>  <p><img title=`draw female eye side profile view 15` src=`https://hphotos-snc3.fbcdn.net/hs191.snc3/19878_1261242544046_1619167147_30617354_6975138_n.jpg` alt=`draw female eye side profile view 15` width=`604` height=`340` /></p>  <p>Step 15: Fill in the areas around the eye with hatching. Refer to the photo (above) as a reference. Use up to a 4B pencil at this stage.</p>  <p><img title=`draw female eye side profile view 16` src=`https://hphotos-snc3.fbcdn.net/hs191.snc3/19878_1261242584047_1619167147_30617355_1700566_n.jpg` alt=`draw female eye side profile view 16` width=`604` height=`340` /></p>  <p>Step 16: LIGHTLY shade in the white part of the eye (with the exception of the highlight areas drawin in before). Hint: The two lightest tones will be the highlight in the eye, followed by the bony area directly under the eyebrow. By this point, feel free to use up to a 6B pencil to help with the darker tones.</p>  <p><img title=`draw female eye side profile view 17` src=`https://hphotos-snc3.fbcdn.net/hs191.snc3/19878_1261242624048_1619167147_30617356_3070533_n.jpg` alt=`draw female eye side profile view 17` width=`604` height=`340` /></p>  <p>Step 17: Use the blending stump (tortillion) to smudge and spread your hatching.</p>  <p><img title=`draw female eye side profile view 18` src=`https://photos-d.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs191.snc3/19878_1261242664049_1619167147_30617357_7017717_n.jpg` alt=`draw female eye side profile view 18` width=`604` height=`340` /></p>  <p>Step 18: Develop the tones more by hatching over the smudges (from the tortillion). If you wish, smudge some more.</p>  <p><img title=`draw female eye side profile view 19` src=`https://photos-c.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs171.snc3/19878_1261242704050_1619167147_30617358_1407585_n.jpg` alt=`draw female eye side profile view 19` width=`604` height=`340` /></p>  <p>Step 19: Put on the finishing touches.</p>  <p><img title=`draw female eye side profile view 20` src=`https://photos-d.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs191.snc3/19878_1261242784052_1619167147_30617360_7813581_n.jpg` alt=`draw female eye side profile view 20` width=`604` height=`340` /></p>  <p>Step 20: Finished</p>  <p><span style=`font-size: large;`>DOWNLOAD THE PDF:</span><span style=`font-size: x-large;`> <a href=`https://iown.website/bx/_files/113images/custom_site_files/draw_the_female_eye_side_view.pdf`>CLICK HERE</a></span></p>  <p><a href=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/click-3724826-10503393` target=`_top`>VideoStudio Pro X2</a> - get FREE Corel® WinDVD® - The world`s #1 DVD and video playback software & NewBlue® Film Effects Filters<img src=`https://www.lduhtrp.net/image-3724826-10503393` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <p><a href=`https://www.dpbolvw.net/click-3724826-10460640` target=`_top`><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10460640` border=`0` alt=`www.DickBlick.com - Online Art Supplies` width=`200` height=`150` /></a> My Relationship with Dickblick Art Materials goes back to when I was a rookie teacher in 2001. 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All that you will need is a pencil with an eraser, a blending stump or Q-Tip and a large index card. Be sure to stop the video at the end of each step and look at the reference picture on the computer screen. No drawing experience? Doesnt matter. You are gonna surprise yourself!</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`how to draw beyonce step by step 1` src=`https://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/294409_2098522315517_1619167147_32011726_8026336_n.jpg` alt=`how to draw beyonce step by step 1` width=`720` height=`476` /></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 1- Make a rainbow shape at the top of your large index card. Notice that the top of the rainbow is at the very top of the card. Then make the oval Notice that the bottom of the oval is more pointed than the top.</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`how to draw beyonce step by step 2` src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/285555_2098522395519_1619167147_32011727_2993506_n.jpg` alt=`how to draw beyonce step by step 2` width=`720` height=`485` /></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 2- Continue the line at the end of the rainbow down to the mid point of the card and then curve it upwards to the bottom of the oval. Do this on both sides.</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`how to draw beyonce step by step 3` src=`https://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/224419_2098522435520_1619167147_32011728_6569998_n.jpg` alt=`how to draw beyonce step by step 3` width=`720` height=`464` /></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 3- Try to match the two lines that I just added. Use the sides of the index card to gage their accuracy.</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`how to draw beyonce step by step 4` src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/262994_2098522475521_1619167147_32011729_6590540_n.jpg` alt=`how to draw beyonce step by step 4` width=`719` height=`487` /></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 4- Use your observation skills to draw the two lines that I just added. This will eventually be the bottom of Beyonce`s left arm.</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`how to draw beyonce step by step 5` src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/294759_2098522635525_1619167147_32011730_7479109_n.jpg` alt=`how to draw beyonce step by step 5` width=`719` height=`491` /></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 5- Do the same for the top of her left arm.</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`how to draw beyonce step by step 6` src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc7/292131_2098522675526_1619167147_32011731_3146633_n.jpg` alt=`how to draw beyonce step by step 6` width=`720` height=`470` /></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 6- Now, create the top of her forearm. Hint, notice the shape that is formed in the background, think of this shape as a puzzle piece and use it to tweak the shapes around it.</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`how to draw beyonce step by step 7` src=`https://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/263254_2098522715527_1619167147_32011732_7954789_n.jpg` alt=`how to draw beyonce step by step 7` width=`720` height=`473` /></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 7- Create the V shape on her dress. Notice that the bottom of the V ends at the mid point of the shape that was formed in the previous step.</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`how to draw beyonce step by step 8` src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc7/295484_2098522755528_1619167147_32011733_5312329_n.jpg` alt=`how to draw beyonce step by step 8` width=`720` height=`475` /></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 8- I slightly changed the shape at the bottom of the hair on the left and created a neck. I also made another shape within the hair.</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`how to draw beyonce step by step 9` src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/281657_2098522795529_1619167147_32011734_4347117_n.jpg` alt=`how to draw beyonce step by step 9` width=`720` height=`468` /></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 9- I created another shape within the hair.</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`how to draw beyonce step by step 10` src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/185550_2098522835530_1619167147_32011735_4514663_n.jpg` alt=`how to draw beyonce step by step 10` width=`720` height=`473` /></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 10- I changed the side of her hair. I made 7 wild curls at the bottom with a wave above it.</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/291873_2098522875531_1619167147_32011736_5045865_n.jpg` alt=`how to draw beyonce step by step 11` width=`720` height=`472` /></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 11- Take a second to observe and draw the shapes that I just drew on the other side of her hair.</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img src=`https://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/291874_2098522955533_1619167147_32011737_7525210_n.jpg` alt=`how to draw beyonce step by step 12` width=`720` height=`478` /></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 12- I exposed the neck some more by curling up the bottom of the hair on the left side of her head.</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc7/293986_2098522995534_1619167147_32011738_6151376_n.jpg` alt=`how to draw beyonce step by step 13` width=`720` height=`468` /></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 13- I put a line for the shadow under her breasts</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img src=`https://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/185258_2098523075536_1619167147_32011739_543667_n.jpg` alt=`how to draw beyonce step by step 14` width=`720` height=`467` /></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 14- I added an earring</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc7/295643_2098523115537_1619167147_32011740_418909_n.jpg` alt=`how to draw beyonce step by step 15` width=`720` height=`472` /></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 15- I added a belt</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/285482_2098523195539_1619167147_32011741_2164360_n.jpg` alt=`how to draw beyonce step by step 16` width=`720` height=`465` /></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 16- I added two ovals on the face for the eye sockets. These will be broken down in to smaller shapes.</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img src=`https://hphotos-sjc1.fbcdn.net/262545_2098523235540_1619167147_32011742_7280087_n.jpg` alt=`how to draw beyonce step by step 17` width=`720` height=`474` /></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 17- I added a shape for the shadow on the right side of Beyonce`s nose. Put this in very lightly</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/292606_2098523355543_1619167147_32011743_1964336_n.jpg` alt=`how to draw beyonce step by step 18` width=`720` height=`468` /></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 18- I added Beyonces top lip. The shape is similar to a flattened McDonalds arch.</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/198687_2098523395544_1619167147_32011744_188821_n.jpg` alt=`how to draw beyonce step by step 19` width=`720` height=`469` /></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 19- I added Beyonce`s bottom lip. Notice that it is wider than the top lip and has a shadow at the bottom.</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/294904_2098523435545_1619167147_32011745_3202732_n.jpg` alt=`how to draw beyonce step by step 20` width=`720` height=`470` /></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>Step 20- I added the eyebrows at the top of the eye socket.</td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/226072_2098523475546_1619167147_32011746_6984118_n.jpg` alt=`draw beyonce knowles step by step pencil` width=`720` height=`469` /></p>  <p><img title=`beyonce drawing step by step` src=`https://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc7/292227_2098523555548_1619167147_32011747_1930214_n.jpg` alt=`beyonce drawing step by step` width=`720` height=`467` /></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p>Step 21- I added her eyes. In this picture she is wearing a lot of eye liner, so the lines at the top and bottom of the eye could be similar in width.</p>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 728x90, created 5/25/10 */  google_ad_slot = `6501615489`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 90;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td style=`text-align: center;`><span style=`font-size: x-large;`>Supplies I Use to Draw</span></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p> </p>  <form action=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/222/06/22206-0159-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`15-Piece Drawing Set` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>15-Piece Drawing Set</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Faber-Castell makes the best drawing pencils. These pencils are mixed with graphite and clay and enhance an artists ability to create and layer dark tones. You will see me use this set in almost all of my videos.  </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22206-0159` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/faber-castell-9000-pencils/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22206-0159-8888` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.anrdoezrs.net/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/204/43/20443-2061-1-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Lyra Graphite Crayons` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Lyra Graphite Crayons</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Do you ever get TIRED of shading with a fine `tip` pencil? Get my `point`? 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These synthetic brushes collect particles of graphite as they are rubbed on a piece of paper. This enables me to softly move and blend tones. Most often I use the `Flat Size 10` brush but it helps to have a variety of sizes and shapes. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`05824-1010` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/robert-simmons-white-sable-brushes/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=05824-1010` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` />  <p> </p>  </td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.kqzyfj.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/228/66/22866-1059-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Loew-Cornell Blending Stumps` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Loew-Cornell Blending Stumps</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>- INVALUBLE tools for blending! These will cost you LESS than a trip on the subway (Less than 2 dollars) and enhance your shading capacity substantially! I like Leow-Cornell because the stump is more compact and the tips do not wear as easily as other brands. I use these tools in almost every one of my videos.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22866-4014` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/loew-cornell-blending-stumps/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22866-4014` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/102/09/10209-OC3-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Blick White Sulphite Drawing Paper</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion</strong>: Really, I DARE YOU, try to find a better value than this one! 500 sheets of 80LB (thick) drawing paper for $11.50. AMAZING DEAL!......If you use computer paper to create your drawings, you are ROBBING yourself from seeing what you can really do! This paper has more `tooth` (texture on the surface) than computer paper and your ability to shade will be enhanced. </span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`10209-1033` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/blick-white-sulphite-drawing-paper/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=10209-1033` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <form action=`https://www.dpbolvw.net/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/200/72/20072-1000-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Coates Premium Artist`s Willow Charcoal` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Coates Premium Artist`s Willow Charcoal</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>Merrill`s Opinion- I use this to block in large areas such as hair. This product can be combined with drawing pencils.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`20072-1000` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/coates-premium-artists-willow-charcoal/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=20072-1000` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form><img src=`https://www.tqlkg.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /> <form action=`https://www.dpbolvw.net/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/229/21/22921-1001-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`General`s White Charcoal` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>General`s White Charcoal</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>Merrill`s Opinion- I use this to add highlights at the end of a drawing. It mixes with both pencil and charcoal. Each stick measures 3` × ¼` × ¼` (76 mm × 6 mm × 6 mm).</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`22921-1001` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/generals-white-charcoal/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=22921-1001` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form><img src=`https://www.lduhtrp.net/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> <img title=`beyonce pencil drawing` src=`https://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc7/294452_2098523755553_1619167147_32011749_2102155_n.jpg` alt=`beyonce pencil drawing` width=`695` height=`347` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`beyonce pencil drawing` src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/267362_2098523915557_1619167147_32011750_7720385_n.jpg` alt=`beyonce pencil drawing` width=`692` height=`343` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> <img title=`draw beyonce chest` src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/292492_2098523955558_1619167147_32011751_2415187_n.jpg` alt=`draw beyonce chest` width=`692` height=`391` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> <img title=`beyonce portrait` src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/263295_2098524075561_1619167147_32011752_2175876_n.jpg` alt=`beyonce portrait` width=`701` height=`395` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table> How to Paint A Puppy Dog (Part 2 of 2) Glazing. <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;    /* 728x15, created 2/3/10 */    google_ad_slot = `1049141337`;    google_ad_width = 728;    google_ad_height = 15;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  Below is a resource that will help you with the painting strategy of glazing. Please note that this is Video 2 of 2. If you have not seen part one, I recommend that you start with that video. Good luck! Scroll down to see the video, the pictorial tutorial and the link to the PDF.</p>  <p>  <object width=`560` height=`340` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/s5L8_xQjxSM&hl=en_US&fs=1&` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/s5L8_xQjxSM&hl=en_US&fs=1&` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p> </p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`><span style=`font-size: large;`>GLAZING WORKSHOP</span></p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`><img title=`Glazing Before and After Puppy Dig Painting` src=`https://photos-f.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs233.snc3/22078_1255409038212_1619167147_30603408_6199840_n.jpg` alt=`Glazing Before and After Puppy Dog` width=`604` height=`367` /></p>  <p>By the end of this demonstration (Both the PDF and the Video) you will fully understand glazing. When an artist glazes, he or she adds transparent color to a painting, to give the work a more realistic look.</p>  <p><span style=`color: #ffffff;`><strong><span style=`font-size: large;`>HOW do you make your oil paint transparent? </span></strong></span></p>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;        /* 468x60, created 1/26/10 */        google_ad_slot = `2338749477`;        google_ad_width = 468;        google_ad_height = 60;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p>  <p>There are two ways:</p>  <p>1.) Add painting medium- Any paint will become more transparent if it is mixed with painting medium (I mix in A LOT of painting medium to the paint when I glaze). I feel that the best painting medium is Liquin. (See Figure 1)</p>  <p>2.) Use paint that is transparent or translucent- Look at the label on the tube of paint to find out about the paints properties. Most paint companies, put a marker on the outside of their tubes to let a customer know about the properties of the paint. An empty box means that the color is transparent, a half filled box means that the paint is translucent. For any beginner who wishes to try glazing, use paints that are transparent to translucent. (See Figure 2)</p>  <p> </p>  <p><img title=`Liquin Original` src=`https://photos-g.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs293.ash1/22078_1255409118214_1619167147_30603410_1539271_n.jpg` alt=`Liquin` width=`438` height=`245` /> (Figure 1)</p>  <p><img title=`Oil Paint Properties ` src=`https://photos-b.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs293.ash1/22078_1255410998261_1619167147_30603415_1845277_n.jpg` alt=`Transparent or Translucent or Opaque` width=`434` height=`243` /></p>  <p>(Figure 2) The empty box means that the paint is transparent (AKA a good color for glazing)</p>  <p> </p>  <p> </p>  <p>Here is a list of transparent paints for each of the colors of the spectrum (plus black, white and brown). 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There is one size 6 round brush. There are four Bright brushes in sizes 2, 6, 10, and 20. Additionally, there are three Cat`s Tongue brushes in sizes 2, 6, and 10.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`05251-0089` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/john-howard-sanden-brush-sets/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=05251-0089-3447` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.tqlkg.com/image-3724826-10495307` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;    /* 468x60, created 1/26/10 */    google_ad_slot = `2338749477`;    google_ad_width = 468;    google_ad_height = 60;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p> How to Draw a Hand Step by Step: Pointing Finger (Uncle Sam Point). <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;    /* 728x15, created 2/3/10 */    google_ad_slot = `1049141337`;    google_ad_width = 728;    google_ad_height = 15;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  You have three resources to work from. 1.) the video 2.) The step by step directions on this page 3.) A printable PDF (Link at bottom) with step by step directions. Take your time! I have noticed that the most successful students look at their reference image more often. Remind yourself to look at the reference image at least once for every five seconds (This is especially important during the shading). If you get stuck, refer to the video. Leave a comment at the bottom and let me know how you did! If you want to E-Mail me a picture of your work. I will post it on this page! Good Luck!</p>  <p>How to Draw a Pointing Hand (Step by Step)</p>  <p>  <object width=`425` height=`344` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/t1MEmDH7i-0&hl=en&fs=1` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/t1MEmDH7i-0&hl=en&fs=1` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p><img title=`1` src=`https://photos-b.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs293.ash1/22078_1253771797282_1619167147_30600172_7391391_n.jpg` alt=`How to draw the hand 1` width=`604` height=`424` /></p>  <p>Step 1: Make three ovals that get slightly smaller (from top to bottom).</p>  <p><img title=`How to draw the hand step by step 2` src=`https://photos-h.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs293.ash1/22078_1253771837283_1619167147_30600173_223634_n.jpg` alt=`How to draw the hand step by step 2` width=`604` height=`399` /></p>  <p>Step 2: Do your best to observe this reference picture and put in these three connected shapes. Notice the angle that the top and bottom lines slope towards each other.</p>  <p><img title=`How to draw a hand step by step 3` src=`https://photos-e.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs233.snc3/22078_1253771877284_1619167147_30600174_6446062_n.jpg` alt=`How to draw a hand step by step 3` width=`604` height=`406` /></p>  <p>Step 3: Observe the picture (above) and put in the four lines. Notice the direction of each of their curves.</p>  <p><img title=`how to draw hand step by step 5` src=`https://hphotos-snc3.fbcdn.net/hs233.snc3/22078_1253771917285_1619167147_30600175_2718250_n.jpg` alt=`How to draw hand step by step 5` width=`604` height=`420` /></p>  <p>Step 4: Put in the shape for the pointer finger. The small banana shape that you see to the left is the fingernail. Do not close the top!</p>  <p><img title=`draw hand merrill kazanjian` src=`https://hphotos-snc3.fbcdn.net/hs233.snc3/22078_1253771957286_1619167147_30600176_7813757_n.jpg` alt=`Draw hand step by step 5` width=`604` height=`428` /></p>  <p>Step 5: Close the shape to create the knuckles.</p>  <p><img title=`how to draw the hand step by step 6` src=`https://photos-g.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs213.snc3/22078_1253772597302_1619167147_30600182_6840146_n.jpg` alt=`How to draw the hand step by step 6` width=`604` height=`435` /></p>  <p>Step 6: Put in the triangle shape above the pointer finger.</p>  <p><img title=`7 pointing hand step by step drawing` src=`https://photos-a.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs293.ash1/22078_1253772637303_1619167147_30600183_5260486_n.jpg` alt=`How to draw the ponting hand step by step 7` width=`604` height=`446` /></p>  <p>Step 7: Close the shape at the top by connecting the top of the banana shape with the top of the triangle. Notice the creases of skin on the foreshortened finger.</p>  <p><img title=` uncle sam point 8` src=`https://photos-d.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs233.snc3/22078_1253772677304_1619167147_30600184_7578975_n.jpg` alt=`How to draw the pointing hand step by step 8` width=`604` height=`473` /></p>  <p>Step 8: Put in the shape that sort of looks like a birds head from the side.</p>  <p><img title=`9` src=`https://hphotos-ash1.fbcdn.net/hs293.ash1/22078_1253772717305_1619167147_30600185_3412665_n.jpg` alt=`how to draw the hand step by step 9` width=`604` height=`483` /></p>  <p>Step 9: Make a kite shape below the beak of the bird head shape.</p>  <p><img title=`draw the hand step by step 10 pointing ` src=`https://photos-h.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs293.ash1/22078_1253772757306_1619167147_30600186_1274542_n.jpg` alt=` draw the hand step by step 10 pointing` width=`604` height=`472` /></p>  <p>Step 10: Close the shape Steps</p>  <p>Banner ads:  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;                /* 468x60, created 1/26/10 */                google_ad_slot = `2338749477`;                google_ad_width = 468;                google_ad_height = 60;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p>  <p><span style=`font-size: large;`>SHADING</span>:</p>  <p><img title=`11 and 12 shading the hand step by step` src=`https://hphotos-snc3.fbcdn.net/hs233.snc3/22078_1253773117315_1619167147_30600187_4334467_n.jpg` alt=`shading the hand how to drawing step by step` width=`604` height=`339` /></p>  <p><img title=`12 shading the hand pointing` src=`https://hphotos-snc3.fbcdn.net/hs213.snc3/22078_1253773157316_1619167147_30600188_4952859_n.jpg` alt=`12 shading the hand step by step` width=`604` height=`339` /></p>  <p>11 and 12: Start the shading by using the method of cross hatching. Cross hatching is a series of lines from the pencils tip (watch the video). I started out my shading with a regular #2 Pencil (also known as a HB pencil) Steps</p>  <p><img title=`shading the hand step by step 13` src=`https://photos-g.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs213.snc3/22078_1253773197317_1619167147_30600189_5213536_n.jpg` alt=`shading the hand step by step 13` width=`604` height=`339` /></p>  <p><img title=`14 drawing shading hand step by step` src=`https://photos-d.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs213.snc3/22078_1253773237318_1619167147_30600190_6038313_n.jpg` alt=`14 shading the hand step by step` width=`604` height=`339` /></p>  <p>13 and 14: Use a blending stump (also known as a Tortillion) or a Q-Tip to smudge the pencil lines. Continue to cross hatch over what you smudge to create strong shadows.</p>  <p><img title=`15` src=`https://photos-f.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs293.ash1/22078_1253773277319_1619167147_30600191_1286466_n.jpg` alt=`shading the hand 15` width=`604` height=`339` /></p>  <p><img title=`drawing and shading the hand 16` src=`https://hphotos-snc3.fbcdn.net/hs233.snc3/22078_1253773717330_1619167147_30600192_2383579_n.jpg` alt=`drawing and shading the hand 16` width=`604` height=`339` /></p>  <p>Steps 15 and 16: The darkest areas will be the area under the pointer finger and the area that I am blending in photo 16. The creases of the foreshortened area of the pointer finger is also quite dark.</p>  <p><img title=`drawing and shading the hand 17` src=`https://hphotos-snc3.fbcdn.net/hs213.snc3/22078_1253773757331_1619167147_30600193_2099514_n.jpg` alt=`shading the hand 17 drawing` width=`604` height=`339` /></p>  <p><img title=`step by step shading drawing the hand 18` src=`https://photos-c.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs293.ash1/22078_1253773797332_1619167147_30600194_1500349_n.jpg` alt=`drawing and shading the hand 18` width=`604` height=`339` /></p>  <p>Steps 17 and 18: To finish, I used a 2B and 4B pencil to put in the darkest tones.</p>  <p> </p>  <p> </p>  <p><a href=`https://iown.website/bx/_files/113images/custom_site_files/how_to_draw_a_pointing_hand_fin.pdf`><span style=`font-size: medium;`>CLICK HERE (To download the PDF)<br /></span></a></p>  <p>Good Luck! -Merrill Kazanjian</p>  <form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` method=`get`>   <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/204/38/20438-1069-4-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Staedtler Lumograph Drawing and Sketching Pencils` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Staedtler Lumograph Drawing and Sketching Pencils</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>These high quality graphite pencils glide smoothly over the paper. 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I grant permission for visitors to Merrillk.com to print this resource and utilize it for their own benefit, or for the benefit of students in a pedagogical setting. But, the contents of this resource may not be resold for profit in any capacity.</p> Celebrity Portraits- Rihanna. <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;        /* 728x15, created 2/3/10 */        google_ad_slot = `1049141337`;        google_ad_width = 728;        google_ad_height = 15;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  My process for the Rihanna Painting: 1.) Sketch 2.) Illustration Markers 3.) Color Pencils and 4.) Oil paint. Sometimes I add even more steps with Photoshop, but I didnt for this portrait. I wanted to see how far I could push oil paint as a medium. I prefer painterly realism to photorealism (photo realistic stuff gets boring.....whats the point of simply reproducing a picture?). I was satisfied with the results, despite my unorthodox approach to making this....(painting? work of art? mixed media?....I dont know what to call it.) The markers were Prismacolor and Chartpak Ad. The color pencils were Prisma and the oil paint was Old Holland, Maimeri, Vasari, Bloxx, Grumbacher and Holbein Colors. I used Liquin as a paint medium. I used Flat, Round and Filbert Brushes and occasionally a fan brush (for delicate blending). This time lapse speed portrait consolidated four hours in to less than four minutes.   <object width=`560` height=`340` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/u4l2tjDqxsM&hl=en_US&fs=1&` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/u4l2tjDqxsM&hl=en_US&fs=1&` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p> </p>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;    /* 468x60, created 1/26/10 */    google_ad_slot = `2338749477`;    google_ad_width = 468;    google_ad_height = 60;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p> How to Paint a Glass of Water. <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;    /* 728x15, created 2/3/10 */    google_ad_slot = `1049141337`;    google_ad_width = 728;    google_ad_height = 15;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`><span style=`font-family: times new roman,times;`>I am going to be using illustration markers, color pencils and oil paint. Just drop me a line if you have any questions In step 1 I scanned and reprinted my original drawing- I do this for 2 reasons- 1.) If I mess up, I could just reprint it and 2.) marker and color pencil coexist better with printer ink than with graphite from a pencil. Next I add a layer of the illustration markers. These markers are totally transparent and they enable me to add a layer of color and still be able to see the lines from my pencil drawing. These markers give the artist a similar effect to watercolor paint, but without the messy setup and clean up.. I am still following the Polaroid picture development analogy from the first video- in that I am adding color to all areas at an even pace and slowly building up the darker tones on the sides and bottom of the glass. The color pencil is great at this point of the drawing, because it adds a translucent layer of color above the marker. In addition to that, color pencils are mixed with wax. The wax will be very handy in the next step when I add oil paint on top of the marker and color pencil. Working with color pencil also allows me to be very precise with my marks on the page. It can be very challenging to be as accurate with a paint brush. This step allows me to make my drawing more accurate and these clarifications will eventually be absorbed by the oil paint. Now you are going to see me add three layers of oil paint to finish my drawing. I am using oil paint because I want to edit the colors of this composition and it is much easier to mix and match color with oil paint than it is with color pencil. It is also easier to apply large areas of color with a paintbrush rather than the tiny tip of a pencil. I did all of my editing in the last step and now I am just applying color, trying to notice the nuances of the edges of each shape on my reference. If I need to soften an edge I use a dry, soft brush and I pull the paint with that. The color pencil from the layer below is blending nicely with the paint.</span></span></p>  <p>  <object width=`425` height=`344` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/eZcSjVPCnf8&hl=en_US&fs=1&` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/eZcSjVPCnf8&hl=en_US&fs=1&` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;        /* 468x60, created 1/26/10 */        google_ad_slot = `2338749477`;        google_ad_width = 468;        google_ad_height = 60;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;        /* 336x280, created 2/2/10 */        google_ad_slot = `4181428218`;        google_ad_width = 336;        google_ad_height = 280;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p> How to Paint a Puppy Dog: Step By Step- A Video for Beginner Painters. <p>VIDEO AT BOTTOM Today, I am going to show you how to paint a puppy dog. I made this video for beginner to intermediate level artists, who wish to learn about traditional painting...I will try to show you how to paint. step by step. While I can imagine that painting a realistic looking puppy is intimidating for someone new to art, I will try to make my instruction as clear as possible, so that you can get in to great habits for the future. Once you are in good habits, you will progress very quickly. I split this lesson in to four parts. 1.) Part one will cover what you need to know before you paint. 2.) Part two will give you an effective strategy for painting realistically The mentality of rendering (aka drawing what you see) 3.) Part three will walk you through the process of painting and I will give you tips while I paint. The process of `sculpting` a painting 4.) Part four will actually be a separate video and it will discuss glazing...a great finishing strategy. Glazing: Finishing a painting (Covered in another video) Part 1.) I have two points to go over in Part 1- 1-1- First, pick a surface to work on. When I was learning painting, I would use cardboard in place of canvas to save money. Ten years later my original oil paintings are still in good shape. However, this would not be the case if I didn`t prime the cardboard with layers of Gesso. Without getting over technical, gesso gives your surface a protective layer that will prevent the oil from being over absorbed. Try to remember this silly saying, `Paint with cream, not with butter or milk!` No, im not saying that you should break out the dairy prodicts.....I am referring to the consistency of the paint. Cream is not a solid like butter .....and is not watery like milk. When you apply paint to a surface it should be creamy in texture. You can make the paint creamy by adding about three to four drops of painting medium to the paint that is sitting on your palette. The object in my hand right now is called a palette knife. I used it to mix the paint with the painting medium. For a long time, I considered this step trivial, but it makes a difference! 1-2 Oil Painters use mineral spirits to clean off their brushes and to thin out a paint mixture. Mineral Spirits is also known commercially as paint thinner and sold as an art supply called turpenoid for quadruple the price. You will only need a SMALL amount of Mineral Spirits because its very powerful. Use it sparingly when you wish to thin out your paint; because too much will make the paint runny and `milk-like` in consistency. Here is a great tip to remember when cleaning your brushes.....WIPE-DIP-WIPE. As silly as that sounds, commit it to memory....In other words..... wipe your brush with a paper towel.....Then dip it in to the mineral spirits and swish it around....followed by another wipe with the paper towel to take the extra spirits off your brush. The last wipe is especially important to prevent the excess mineral spirits from thinning out your paint too much Part 2 Now you will learn a great strategy to help you paint what you see. I call this strategy, `jigsaw puzzle observation` because it is similar to putting a jigsaw puzzle together. Jigsaw puzzles are fun because you fit shapes together to create an image.........I want you to think the same way when you paint. Try to see and identify shapes and then put them together like a puzzle. Painters sculpt and manipulate the paint on the surface of a painting until the shapes fit together as a recognizable image. Here....let me show you what I mean.....When you try this, I recommend that you get in the habit of looking at your reference image at least once for every five seconds; and then paint what you observed. After you get the bigger shapes in.....work your way down to the smaller shapes........ If you feel that you cant work the paint any more. Let it dry and repeat this step on top of the dried paint. You have an advantage by using paint because it is opaque and it can cover over any mistake...... Take your time with this step. Skyscrapers cant be erected without solid supports and good paintings cannot be made without careful placement. 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I was very close with my grandparents and this piece means a lot to me. The execution of this painting required a `major leap` in my abilities (I made it in 2003, four years after my first art class). Both of my grandparents, Merrill and Esther Siefert died the following year. I painted them from observation and it gave me a good chance to spend time with them before they died. (There is a lot of SILLY stuff on merrillk.com....but this is my more serious side). When I decided to pursue art, they gave me their full support, while other people (understandably) laughed at me. This piece also solidified my love for painting. I was competent at painting before I was competent at drawing. Painting catered to my `need` to edit my mistakes and it allowed my DEFIANT and PERSISTENT side to `come out` (which I got from my grandmother:). Studying painting gave me a good base of knowledge on the properties of artistic materials, since it is such a versatile media. I built upon this knowledge in my later artworks. In 2009, after heavily experimenting with ALMOST EVERYTHING (art supplies....not drugs:), I realized that paint is unequaled in surface beauty and I began to finish my artworks with layers of paint. Here is an example-</p>  <p>  <object width=`560` height=`340` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/EOXHzJBv5qA&hl=en_US&fs=1&` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/EOXHzJBv5qA&hl=en_US&fs=1&` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  <span style=`font-size: medium;`>I welcome any comments!</span></p>  <p><a href=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/click-3724826-10717944` target=`_top`> <img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10717944` border=`0` alt=`www.DickBlick.com - Online Art Supplies` width=`300` height=`250` /></a></p>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;    /* 468x60, created 1/26/10 */    google_ad_slot = `2338749477`;    google_ad_width = 468;    google_ad_height = 60;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;    /* 336x280, created 2/2/10 */    google_ad_slot = `4181428218`;    google_ad_width = 336;    google_ad_height = 280;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p> Oil Paint Portrait of Artists Wife. <p>Painted in 2005 Oil on Panel</p>  <p> </p>  <p> </p>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;    /* 468x60, created 1/26/10 */    google_ad_slot = `2338749477`;    google_ad_width = 468;    google_ad_height = 60;  // --></script>  <script src=`http://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;    /* 336x280, created 2/2/10 */    google_ad_slot = `4181428218`;    google_ad_width = 336;    google_ad_height = 280;  // --></script>  <script src=`http://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p> Oil Paint Portrait of Mima. <p>Oil Portrait 2005</p>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;    /* 468x60, created 1/26/10 */    google_ad_slot = `2338749477`;    google_ad_width = 468;    google_ad_height = 60;  // --></script>  <script src=`http://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;    /* 336x280, created 2/2/10 */    google_ad_slot = `4181428218`;    google_ad_width = 336;    google_ad_height = 280;  // --></script>  <script src=`http://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p> Oil Paint Portrait of Artists Mother. <p>Oil painting from 2003-04. Possibly my best work.</p>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;    /* 468x60, created 1/26/10 */    google_ad_slot = `2338749477`;    google_ad_width = 468;    google_ad_height = 60;  // --></script>  <script src=`http://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;    /* 336x280, created 2/2/10 */    google_ad_slot = `4181428218`;    google_ad_width = 336;    google_ad_height = 280;  // --></script>  <script src=`http://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p> Attack of the Spinning Hats From Outer Space. <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;    /* 728x15, created 2/3/10 */    google_ad_slot = `1049141337`;    google_ad_width = 728;    google_ad_height = 15;  // --></script>  <script src=`http://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p>  <p>My debut as a movie writer/producer. This is a collaboration with my students from a school, where I taught art (Harlem, NY). I had such a wonderful and talented group of kids to work with, and it was one of the most memorable experiences of my teaching career. The movie was partially recorded in Digital video and partially in stop motion animation. I am SO PROUD to say that the kids did most of the filming for this movie, and we collaboratively came up with the plot. 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The step by step directions on this page 3.) A printable PDF (Link at bottom) with step by step directions. Take your time! I have noticed that the most successful students look at their reference image more often. Remind yourself to look at the reference image at least once for every five seconds (This is especially important during the shading). If you get stuck, refer to the video. Leave a comment at the bottom and let me know how you did! If you want to E-Mail me a picture of your work. I will post it on this page! Good Luck!</p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`>  <object width=`560` height=`340` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/hwKTUz_oY20&hl=en_US&fs=1&` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/hwKTUz_oY20&hl=en_US&fs=1&` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;                /* 468x60, created 1/26/10 */                google_ad_slot = `2338749477`;                google_ad_width = 468;                google_ad_height = 60;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`> </p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`><span style=`font-size: x-large;`>How to Draw Kobe Bryant Step By Step: Video</span>   <object width=`560` height=`340` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/qxg_IKi5Lcc&hl=en_US&fs=1&` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/qxg_IKi5Lcc&hl=en_US&fs=1&` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`><span style=`font-size: large;`>How to Draw Kobe: Extended Tutorial</span></p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`><span style=`font-size: large;`>BELOW: How to draw Kobe Bryant Print Resource and PDF<br /></span></p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`><img title=`1` src=`https://photos-f.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs233.snc3/22078_1231103270583_1619167147_30543837_4713966_n.jpg` alt=`Draw Kobe Step By Step 1` width=`604` height=`339` /></p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`>Step 1: Draw an oval shape for Kobe`s head. Notice that the bottom of the oval looks like an upside down trapezoid while the top is rounded.</p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`><img title=`Kobe How to draw 2` src=`https://hphotos-snc3.fbcdn.net/hs171.snc3/19878_1256072774805_1619167147_30605554_5199473_n.jpg` alt=`how to draw kobe bryant merrillk.com` width=`604` height=`339` /></p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`>Step 2: I made four horizontal lines. The top line starts at the midway point of the oval shape. The lowest line is at the bottom of the chin. There are two lines in between the top and bottom lines. Notice that they are EVENLY SPACED, creating THREE segments in between the top and bottom lines (refer to the picture).</p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`><img title=`2` src=`https://photos-e.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs213.snc3/22078_1231103350585_1619167147_30543838_7605935_n.jpg` alt=`Kobe Bryant Step by Step 2` width=`604` height=`339` /></p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`>Step 2a: I placed four dots on the top line. These dots will be used to help you place the eyes. Notice that they are situated towards the left side of Kobe`s face (rather than in the middle). Also, notice that the three spaces in between these dots are EQUAL distances. This is due to one of the oldest rules of facial proportion. It is exactly one eye distance in between our two eyes.</p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`>Step 2b: Place two more dots, just below the second line from the top (follow the picture for placement)</p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`><img title=`3` src=`https://photos-c.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs213.snc3/22078_1231103390586_1619167147_30543839_5606154_n.jpg` alt=`Draw Kobe Bryant Step by Step 3` width=`604` height=`339` /></p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`>Step 3: Follow the photo reference and put in the shapes for the eyes. Kobe is smiling in the picture, so, the top of the eye is like a rainbow shape and the bottom is like a straight line. The top of the iris (colored part of the eye) is blocked by the upper eyelid.</p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`><img title=`5` src=`https://photos-b.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs233.snc3/22078_1231103430587_1619167147_30543840_8353477_n.jpg` alt=`Draw Kobe Bryant Step bt Step 5` width=`604` height=`339` /></p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`>Step 4: In this step, add the bottom of the nose (to draw this make three connected, upside down arches....refer to the picture) and the upper lip. The upper lip looks like a squished McDonalds logo (picture the golden arches squished). Also, encapsulate the eye with two lines.</p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`><img title=`5` src=`https://photos-h.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs233.snc3/22078_1231103470588_1619167147_30543841_5828829_n.jpg` alt=`Draw Kobe Step by Step 5` width=`604` height=`339` /></p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`>Step 5: Draw in the two banana shapes around the nose (they will be shaded later) and the bottom lip (another banana shape).</p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`><img title=`6` src=`https://hphotos-snc3.fbcdn.net/hs213.snc3/22078_1231104390611_1619167147_30543845_7103813_n.jpg` alt=`Draw Kobe Bryant Step by Step 6` width=`604` height=`339` /></p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`>Step 6: Draw in the lines, stemming from the chin, as well as Kobe`s dimple lines.</p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`><img title=`7` src=`https://photos-e.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs213.snc3/22078_1231104430612_1619167147_30543846_12409_n.jpg` alt=`Draw Kobe Bryant Step by Step 7` width=`604` height=`339` /></p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`>Step 7: Draw in Kobe`s hairline.</p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`><img title=`8` src=`https://photos-c.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs213.snc3/22078_1231104470613_1619167147_30543847_3478486_n.jpg` alt=`Draw Kobe Bryant Step by step 8` width=`604` height=`339` /></p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`>Step 8: Erase the four construction lines.</p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`><a href=`https://merrillk.com/index.php?part=fineart&collection=114`><img title=`Kobe drawing` src=`https://hphotos-snc3.fbcdn.net/hs213.snc3/22078_1231104510614_1619167147_30543848_1190301_n.jpg` alt=`Kobe` width=`604` height=`359` /><br /></a></p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`>Step 10: Start to shade using cross hatching (watch the video for a demo (especially the extended tutorial). Do the the darkest areas first: The eyes and eyebrows, the hair.</p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`><img title=`kobe drawing shading step by step` src=`https://photos-f.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs293.ash1/22078_1231104550615_1619167147_30543849_7251483_n.jpg` alt=`Kobe drawing shading` width=`604` height=`339` /></p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`>Step 10: Shade Kobe`s chin and facial hair (almost as dark as you shaded the eyes). Shade the bridge of his nose (a tortillion/blending stump is especially helpful for the nose area) Make sure that the shaded tones on the nose are not as dark as the eyes, the the eyebrows (eventually the hair- but I did not finish shading the hair in the picture for step 10). Shade in his dimples.</p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`><img title=`kobe shading 11` src=`https://hphotos-snc3.fbcdn.net/hs213.snc3/22078_1231105470638_1619167147_30543851_2587515_n.jpg` alt=`kobe shading` width=`604` height=`339` /></p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`>Step 11: Begin to shade the forehead. Add a second layer of pencil on the hair (use a dark pencil such as a 4B) Make sure that the forehead is lighter in tone than the hair (remember that when this picture is finished, the eyes, eyebrows and hair will be the darkest parts). Notice the shadow under Kobe`s nose and shade it in fairly dark. (DO NOT PUT IN NOSTRILS....Kobe`s nose slopes downwards...If you don`t believe me, look at his puppet on the MVP`s)</p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`><img title=`kobe tutorial drawing step by step` src=`https://photos-e.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs213.snc3/22078_1231105510639_1619167147_30543852_5345797_n.jpg` alt=`kobe drawing tutorial step by step` width=`604` height=`339` /></p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`>Step 12: Darken Kobe`s moustache and shade his upper lip. Notice that the moustache is darker than the upper lip. Add another layer of tone to Kobe`s eyes and eyebrows with a darker pencil (4B...even 6B if you have one)</p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`><img title=`kobe tones` src=`https://photos-c.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs233.snc3/22078_1231105550640_1619167147_30543853_5864607_n.jpg` alt=`kobe tones` width=`604` height=`339` /></p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`>Step 13: Start working the tones of the Bottom half of Kobe`s face. Remember that light sources USUALLY come from above, meaning that the bottom half of a persons face is slightly more in shadow.</p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`><img title=`Kobe 14` src=`https://photos-b.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs293.ash1/22078_1231105590641_1619167147_30543854_7061807_n.jpg` alt=`Kobe 14` width=`604` height=`339` /></p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`>Step 14: It LOOKS like I just jumped ahead a lot.....but I really didnt. I used the tortillion to smudge the rest of the bottom half of Kobes face....I also shaded Kobe`s bottom lip and his teeth. Kobe`s bottom lip is slightly lighter in tone than his top lip. For teeth, do not make solid, dark lines between the teeth. Use the reference image as a guide.</p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`><img title=`kobe shading tutorial` src=`https://photos-h.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs233.snc3/22078_1231105630642_1619167147_30543855_4720521_n.jpg` alt=`kobe shading tutorial` width=`604` height=`339` /></p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`>Step 15: Now it is time for the finishing touches. Use both the eraser and the pencil. 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Santa was asking for it........ The man: 1.) `Breaks and enters` illegally over a billion times each year........ on Jesus` birth day. 2.) Depends on exploitative labor of people under three feet tall. 3.) Could be the cause of the Polar ice caps melting. 4.) Flies without a license and at his own leisure.....while the rest of us get frisked and go through metal detectors before flying. Could the north pole be harboring terrorists? Anyway.....Its the holiday season....so....... I created an artwork of Mr. Santa Claus getting arrested for all of his transgressions. I started out with a pencil drawing (regular #2 pencil. Then I added a layer of marker. I followed the layer of marker with a layer of color pencil. After the color pencil, I added oil paint and liquin. Finally, I scanned the image and did touch ups in Paint Shop Pro 9. Happy Holidays from Merrill Kazanjian</p>  <p>  <object width=`560` height=`340` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/mIkmuVKLYCw&hl=en_US&fs=1&` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/mIkmuVKLYCw&hl=en_US&fs=1&` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;    /* 468x60, created 1/26/10 */    google_ad_slot = `2338749477`;    google_ad_width = 468;    google_ad_height = 60;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p> How to Draw the Female Nose Step by Step. <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;                /* 728x15, created 2/3/10 */                google_ad_slot = `1049141337`;                google_ad_width = 728;                google_ad_height = 15;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p>  <p style=`text-align: center;`><span style=`font-size: xx-large;`>FREE Downloadable PDF of this lesson AND a supply list at the bottom!</span></p>  <p>Today YOU are going to draw the female nose. In comparison to the Male nose (left) the female nose is: 1.) less pronounced or smaller than the male nose 2.) has a more narrow bridge 3.) has smaller nostrils 4.) slightly rounder at the bottom (this is not the case for EVERY person though) 5.) had less shadow area around the `eye socket` or orbit, on both sides of the bridge at the top of the nose.</p>  <p><img title=`draw female nose 1 step by step` src=`https://sites.google.com/site/drawfemalenose/_/rsrc/1261153005753/home/1fPicture.jpg` alt=`draw female nose 1 step by step` width=`853` height=`480` /></p>  <p>STEP 1- In step one of drawing the female nose, focus your attention on the shapes. There are three main shapes. 1.) An oval at the bottom, 2.) A tall trapezoid for the bridge of the nose. 3.) An upside down trapezoid at the top of the nose. 4.) In addition to the major shapes, don`t forget to add the shapes for the nostrils.</p>  <p><img title=`draw female nose step by step 2` src=`https://sites.google.com/site/drawfemalenose/_/rsrc/1261153045967/home/2fPicture.jpg` alt=`draw female nose step by step 2` width=`853` height=`480` /></p>  <p>STEP 2- For step two, simply darken the nostrils. The nostrils will be the darkest tone on any persons nose.</p>  <p><img title=`draw female nose step by step 3` src=`https://sites.google.com/site/drawfemalenose/_/rsrc/1261153086117/home/3fPicture.jpg` alt=`draw female nose step by step 3` width=`853` height=`480` /></p>  <p>STEP 3- For this step, create a shadow at the bottom of the nose.</p>  <p><img title=`draw female nose step by step 4` src=`https://sites.google.com/site/drawfemalenose/_/rsrc/1261153170553/home/4fPicture.jpg` alt=`draw female nose step by step 4` width=`853` height=`480` /></p>  <p>STEP 4- Erase the lines on the sides of the bridge of the nose. (This is where most people go wrong in drawing the nose!) The only part of the nose that can be expressed in linear form is the bottom of the nose (Below and to the sides of the nostrils...especially the sides).</p>  <p><img title=`draw female nose step by step 5` src=`https://sites.google.com/site/drawfemalenose/_/rsrc/1261153261536/home/5fPicture.jpg` alt=`draw female nose step by step 5` width=`853` height=`480` /></p>  <p>STEP 5- Replace the solid lines with soft `cross hatching` (a fancy term for shading- `hatches` are multiple lines, created by the tip of the pencil used to create darker tones....watch the video at the top if you do not understand).</p>  <p><img title=`draw female nose step by step 6` src=`https://sites.google.com/site/drawfemalenose/_/rsrc/1261153289390/home/6fPicture.jpg` alt=`draw female nose step by step 6` width=`853` height=`480` /></p>  <p>STEP 6- Smudge the cross hatching with a tortillion (blending stump or stub).....Not only on the bridge of the nose, but also where you feel in necessary. I usually do a few layers of hatching, followed by smudging.</p>  <p><img title=`draw female nose 7 step by step` src=`https://sites.google.com/site/drawfemalenose/_/rsrc/1261153327023/home/7fPicture.jpg` alt=`draw female nose 7 step by step` width=`853` height=`480` /></p>  <p>STEP 7- I am putting on the finishing touches. I used my eraser to make highlights on the nose. IMPORTANT: The female nose (right) is smoothed out/ polished / finished, more than the male nose........ How does an artist smooth out/polish/finish the nose?....By 1.) hatching with the pencil 2.) smudging the hatches with the tortillion and 3.) using the eraser to create highlights.</p>  <p> </p>  <p> </p>  <p><img title=`draw female nose step by step 8` src=`https://sites.google.com/site/drawfemalenose/_/rsrc/1261153354413/home/8fPicture.jpg` alt=`draw female nose step by step 8` width=`853` height=`480` /></p>  <p>STEP 8- In the final step I darkened the nostrils (For the second time).</p>  <p>  <object width=`560` height=`340` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/i0wKWFoEwn8&hl=en_US&fs=1&` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/i0wKWFoEwn8&hl=en_US&fs=1&` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p> </p>  <p>(This lesson is demonstrated in the video above).</p>  <p> </p>  <p> </p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-large;`>- Buy the supplies that I use: (Below)</span></p>  <p> </p>  <form action=`https://www.anrdoezrs.net/interactive` method=`get`>   <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/229/26/22926-1009-1-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`General`s Sketchmate Drawing Set` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>General`s Sketchmate Drawing Set</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>This complete sketching set is ideal for beginning and experienced artists alike. 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This off-white drawing paper, with a uniform surface, is ideal for sketching and most finished work. It readily accepts pen and ink, pencil, crayon, charcoal, light washes, and markers. Acid-free. Pads contain 24 sheets of 80 lb (130 gsm) paper, spiral-bound on the short side.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`10316-1017` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/strathmore-400-series-drawing-paper-pads/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=10316-1017-806` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-large;`>PDF of How to Draw the Female Nose (STEP by STEP)- <a title=`Draw Female Nose PDF` href=`https://iown.website/bx/_files/113images/articles_img_files/draw_the_female_nose_step_by_step.pdf`><span style=`font-size: xx-large;`>CLICK HERE</span></a></span></p> How to Draw the Male Nose Step by Step. <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;    /* 728x15, created 2/3/10 */    google_ad_slot = `1049141337`;    google_ad_width = 728;    google_ad_height = 15;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  You have three resources to work from. 1.) the video 2.) The step by step directions on this page 3.) A printable PDF (Link at bottom) with step by step directions. Take your time! I have noticed that the most successful students look at their reference image more often. Remind yourself to look at the reference image at least once for every five seconds (This is especially important during the shading). If you get stuck, refer to the video. Leave a comment at the bottom and let me know how you did! If you want to E-Mail me a picture of your work. I will post it on this page! Good Luck!</p>  <p>  <object width=`560` height=`340` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/OM0SyrN-vaM&hl=en_US&fs=1&` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/OM0SyrN-vaM&hl=en_US&fs=1&` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p><span style=`font-size: large;`>FREE Downloadable PDF for this lesson and a supply list at the bottom of this page.</span></p>  <p>Today I am going to teach you how to draw the male nose. Drawing is much easier when we break things down in to shapes. So lets do that with the nose. Notice that there are two trapezoids and an oval. These are our primary shapes with the nose. So grab a piece of paper and draw them now.</p>  <p><img title=`draw the male nose step by step 1` src=`https://sites.google.com/site/drawthenose/_/rsrc/1260967400939/home/Picture1.jpg` alt=`draw the male nose step by step 1` width=`853` height=`480` /></p>  <p>STEP 1- In step one of drawing the male nose, focus your attention on the shapes. There are three main shapes. 1.) An oval at the bottom, 2.) A tall trapezoid for the bridge of the nose. 3.) An upside down trapezoid at the top of the nose. 4.) Don`t forget to add the shapes for the nostrils.</p>  <p><img title=`draw the male nose step by step 2` src=`https://sites.google.com/site/drawthenose/_/rsrc/1260977089691/home/Picture2.jpg` alt=`draw the male nose step by step 2` width=`853` height=`480` /></p>  <p>STEP 2- For step two, simply erase the lines on the inside of the nose. It doesn`t look good yet......So let`s do a `nose job` with the shading, to make it look more realistic!</p>  <p><img title=`draw the male nose step by step 3` src=`https://sites.google.com/site/drawthenose/_/rsrc/1260977114344/home/Picture3.jpg` alt=`draw the male nose step by step 3` width=`853` height=`480` /></p>  <p>STEP 3- For this step, darken the nostrils. Te nostrils will be the darkest tone on any persons nose.</p>  <p><img title=`draw the male nose step by step 4` src=`https://sites.google.com/site/drawthenose/_/rsrc/1260977228650/home/Picture%204.jpg` alt=`draw the male nose step by step 4` width=`853` height=`480` /></p>  <p>STEP 4- *****Notice that I ERASED the lines on the sides of the bridge of the nose!******* This is where most people go wrong in drawing the nose! The only part of the nose that can be expressed as a line is the bottom (Below and to the sides of the nostrils...especially the sides).</p>  <p><img title=`draw the male nose step by step 5` src=`https://sites.google.com/site/drawthenose/_/rsrc/1260977292841/home/Picture%205.jpg` alt=`draw the male nose step by step 5` width=`853` height=`480` /></p>  <p>STEP 5- While I am not drawing eyes for this part, at the top of the bridge of the nose is the inner part of the orbit (of the eye). The orbits are also known as the eye sockets. They are the indentations where each eye sits. There is an orbit on either side of the nose. The tool that I am using in this picture is called a tortillion (also known as a blending stump or stub). It is condensed paper, shaped to the form of a pencil. It is used for blending. It is better to smudge or blend with this, rather than your hand, because your hand has oil that will be absorbed by the paper. Once the oil is absorbed in to the paper, the blending will be uneven, and over time, the paper will decay.</p>  <p><img title=`draw the male nose step by step 6` src=`https://sites.google.com/site/drawthenose/_/rsrc/1260977374321/home/Picture%206.jpg` alt=`draw the male nose step by step 6` width=`853` height=`480` /></p>  <p>STEP 6- Notice the long trapezoid that I shaded in the middle of the nose. It is shaded very lightly. I put it is to differentiate the drawing from the white background. Please note that this will NOT always appear. All shadows are DIRECTLY RELATED to lighting. For this drawing, I assumed that the light was bright and directly above the nose.</p>  <p><img title=`draw the male nose step by step 7` src=`https://sites.google.com/site/drawthenose/_/rsrc/1260977514064/home/Picture%208.jpg` alt=`draw the male nose step by step 7` width=`853` height=`480` /></p>  <p>STEP 7- I am putting on the finishing touches. I used my eraser to make two light highlights on the sides of each nostril. Often light bounces off surfaces and causes a `glare` effect rather than a `spotlight` effect. 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I like to analogize drawing with assembling a jigsaw puzzle because in both you look for shapes to fit together Hint number 2 is to pay close attention to the edges of what you are drawing. Light and shadows can do funny things and in almost anything that you draw you will see a disparity between the qualities of each edge. Hint number three is to develop your drawing like a Polaroid photograph. Polaroid was the company that innovated instant photography. After pushing the shutter button the photograph would come out of the camera and develop before your eyes. What I want you to know about this is that every part of the photo would develop at the same rate and that is how I want you to try to draw next time. In other words, move the drawing tool around, dont get stuck in a favorite spot. Alright, lets slow it down. What you are seeing me do here is pay close attention to the form and the proportions. In other words, I am comparing the sizes of the different shapes and making sure that the placement of each line is correct. I am using vine charcoal a HB pencil and an eraser. I started out with the vine charcoal because it is easy to erase and move around. You will see later in this video that after I am satisfied with the placement of the charcoal, I will hatch over it with a pencil to keep it undisturbed. I am also trying to be aware of the edges of my shapes and I am especially cognizant of the highlight on the top because that will require me shading the areas around it and using the white of the page as a representation of the strong light. Now when I look back at my reference, I notice that the tone of the background is much darker than the white of the page. I use the side of the charcoal to darken the mid tone of my drawing. This step will make it easy to draw in the highlights with an eraser a little bit later. Now I am folding a piece of paper towel to smudge in the charcoal. You will get a very similar result with a blending stump (also known as a tortillion) but the towel will smudge the charcoal more quickly. To be perfectly honest, many teachers that I have had have told me not to use a blending stump, fingers or anything that comes in to contact with the surface of the paper. I partially agree. Oil from fingers when combined with pencil or charcoal leaves a stain that is tough to work around. Notice that my hand is resting on a sheet of paper. Artists call these slip sheets, but it is just a sheet of computer paper. I like working with the blending stump and the paper and this process works for my needs. It would be dishonest if I changed my process for the sake of making a video. Before, I mentioned the term hatching. Hatching is the short name for the drawing technique of cross hatching. It is simply putting a series of lines next to one another with a drawing tool. These lines usually follow the shape of the object that is being drawn. Once I am done adding pencil marks, I take the blending stub to burnish over my hatch marks. This gives my drawing a more smudged look and possibly my former art teachers a heart attack. I like to smudge the pencil and charcoal because it also gives me a surface that is smooth in tone. Hatching can be layered and I usually stop using the blending stump after the second layer. I once did ten layers of hatching in a pencil drawing. Lets recap and take this to the end of part 1. My focus, over the course of any drawing that I do from observation, is to see a simple pattern of shapes on my reference and to accurately render these shapes, on to the piece of paper that I am drawing. After I get the shapes aligned correctly, I attempt to build up tones with charcoal and pencil. When I am building the tones, I am very aware of the nuances of the edges of each shape, because they are usually different. 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YES! I was curious if I could turn chicklets gum from a stop motion object into a sculptural object. My last video was a tutorial on traditional painting....This one was as far from traditional painting as you could get. But I learned a lot doing it. For instance, you can layer gum like you layer paint and interestingly enough, gum gives an artist a medium that 1.) dries and solidifies 2.) can be used translucently or applied opaque (different thicknesses) 3.) can be layered 4.) GIVES ME A WICKED SUGAR RUSH! Believe it or not, I want to experiment more with this medium. If you think about it, chewing gum`s artistic possibilities lie somewhere between painting and sculpture. I had fun.....Now I have to burn the 1200 calories that I ingested!!!!! LOL -Merrill Kazanjian Limk- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s_L8po2y2UU</p><p><object width=`560` height=`340` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/s_L8po2y2UU&hl=en_US&fs=1&` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`><param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` /><param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` /><param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/s_L8po2y2UU&hl=en_US&fs=1&` /><param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` /></object></p><p>Below, is links to the software that I used to piece the HUNDREDS of still images together.</p><form action=`https://www.dpbolvw.net/interactive` method=`get`> <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`><tbody><tr><td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://img.roxio.com/enu/images/boxshot/120x160/120x160_c2009_ultimate.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Creator 2010 Pro -Download` /></td><td valign=`top`><p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Creator 2010 Pro -Download</span></strong></p><p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>Roxio Creator 2010 Pro builds on Creator`s extensive capabilities with these five digital media must-haves</span></p><hr /><input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10373745` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`152428800` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.roxio.com/enu/products/creator/ultimate/overview.html` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td></tr></tbody></table></form><p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10373745` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p><form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` method=`get`> <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`><tbody><tr><td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://img.roxio.com/enu/images/boxshot/120x160/120x160_c2009.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Creator 2010 -Boxed` /></td><td valign=`top`><p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Creator 2010 -Boxed</span></strong></p><p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>`Roxio Creator 2010 allows you to easily capture, enhance, save and share your photo, video and audio projects`</span></p><hr /><input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10373745` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`152427800` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.roxio.com/enu/products/creator/suite/overview.html` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td></tr></tbody></table></form><p><img src=`https://www.ftjcfx.com/image-3724826-10373745` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p> Learn to Draw any Cartoon Character (Cool Drawing Technique). <p><object width=`560` height=`340` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/6W0lcVWPmcQ&hl=en_US&fs=1&` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`><param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` /><param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` /><param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/6W0lcVWPmcQ&hl=en_US&fs=1&` /><param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` /></object></p><p> In this video I am going to share a very effective training technique that I use in my classroom. It is a strategy tailored for novice artists and it will make you better at drawing what you see (also known as the skill of rendering). I call this process mass drawing / line drawing. The process will seem awkward at first, but I have seen students get great results once they understand the process. So please give it a chance. All that you will need is a highlighter, a pencil and some paper. Lets begin. This is a mass drawing. I used the highlighter to make a silhouette of the cartoon character, Ni Hao Kai Lan. I scribbled it in quickly and as a single mass. This will serve as a guide for the second step, the line drawing. This is a line drawing. Notice that it is done directly over the mass drawing. But don`t just outline; make corrections. The mass drawing will enable you to see the big picture and the mistakes that you made. Many of my students have found it much easier than guessing on a blank sheet of paper. So dont outline your mass drawing make corrections while doing the line drawing. Take a second to look at how many changes I made to the original mass, such as the right arm, the shoes and the hair. Still confused, thats ok, watch the process a few times and you will begin to understand it. Remember that it is just a drill and drills are used to build good habits for the future. This drill will help you build observation skills and comparative skills which will help you develop the ability to draw what you see. I don`t expect you to use a highlighter for long. In fact, I will show you a more advanced method, later on in the video. I will also teach you a really cool trick that will get rid of the color from the highlighter. But for now, remember that there are two steps to this process. Use the highlighter to create a mass drawing of what you are trying to draw. If you are very new to drawing, try to make your mass drawing a similar size to your reference picture or object. With more experience, you can experiment with scale. Remember that step two, the line drawing, is meant to be a correction of step one. I have observed that when my students do this process for the first time, they struggle a bit, and complain that the yellow or pink from the highlighter `throws them off`. Please remember that it takes three tries, on average, to get fully acquainted with this process. I have also observed that the students who improve the fastest, look at their reference image more often. Get in the habit of looking at your reference image at least once for every five seconds. To get rid of the color from the highlighter, flip over your drawing and start to scribble all over the back. It is easiest to use the side of a graphite stick, but you could also use a pencil. Once the back of your drawing is covered, flip it over again and tape it down over a new piece of paper. Then, retrace over all of the lines. I used a blue pen for this step. When you remove the tape, you will see a perfect print of your drawing Now, I am using the pencil to create a mass drawing. Notice that I am pressing very lightly while scribbling in the mass. I have observed that using a pencil is a little bit more difficult for beginners due to the tendency to apply too much pressure and leave dark lines. Also it is much easier to differentiate the bright colors from the highlighter then the subtle tones of a pencil. Still, after you feel that you are progressing with the markers, move on to this step. Do not worry about mastering the process with the highlighter, just get comfortable enough, and move on. Thank you for watching my video, I reply to all of my comments, so feel free to ask me a question, or just let me know how it goes. Remember to try this at least three times before you judge the process. I guarantee that it will feel foreign at first, but I have used it for eight years in the classroom with a high success rate so give it some time. Happy drawing everybody! In my demonstrations, I drew, Ni Hao Kai Lan, Spongebob, Homer Simpson, Moose A. Moose (Noggin), Characters from Yo Gabba Gabba, Lilo from Lilo and Stitch, Wow Wow Wubbzy, Dora the Explorer, Patrick Star (Spongebob), Stitch (Lilo and Stitch and Blue the Dog from Blues Clues (Nickelodeon Noggin). I am confident that this process could teach you how to draw any cartoon.</p> Illustration with Markers and Color Pencils (drawing an apple). <p>  <table style=`background-color: #e0e1fe; width: 720px; border: 3px solid #e70c03;` border=`3` align=`center`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <p style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center`>  <object width=`709` height=`578` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/9fPDs1xOdak&hl=en_US&fs=1&` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/9fPDs1xOdak&hl=en_US&fs=1&` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p style=`text-align: left;`><span style=`font-size: large;`><span style=`font-family: arial,helvetica,sans-serif;`><strong>About the Video-</strong> This video shows my process for making an illustration of an apple. I use illustration markers for the first layer and color pencils and a wax blending stick for the second layer. </span></span></p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`><span style=`font-size: large;`><span style=`font-family: arial,helvetica,sans-serif;`>Watch the video (above) in its entirety and then see me break the steps down below. </span><br /></span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`Layer 1 Prismacolor Illustration markers` src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/198632_2073472809295_1619167147_31975178_4224660_n.jpg` alt=`Layer 1 Prismacolor Illustration markers` width=`720` height=`346` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p style=`text-align: center;`><span style=`font-size: x-large;`><span style=`font-family: arial,helvetica,sans-serif;`><strong>Layer 1- Illustration Marker</strong></span></span></p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`> </p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`><span style=`font-size: large;`><span style=`font-family: arial,helvetica,sans-serif;`>After I sketch in the general shape of the apple, I observe my reference image and try to notice underlying colors in the different parts of the image. I sketch in the underlying colors with the Prismacolor illustration markers. Some hues are simple and some are complex and layered. Watch me work on Step 1 in the video above from the beginning of the video until 1:32 (one minute, thirty two seconds in to the video).</span></span></p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`><span style=`font-size: large;`><span style=`font-family: arial,helvetica,sans-serif;`><strong>About Prismacolor Illustration Markers (The markers I use in step 1)-</strong> Illustration markers are a lot like watercolor paint. They are strong in color, transparent and can be layered. But there is one HUGE difference; It is impossible to blend illustration markers in the same way that one can blend paint. Ironically, there is a product called the `colorless marker blender` but it makes the colors `bleed` or spread some, but NOT mix (at the same capacity). I LOVE them and USE them because they are portable, last a long time, and require no effort for setup and clean up. They have a huge range of colors. All you have to do is mix and match. With a little bit of creativity, you can overcome their only drawback (lack of mixability). I will show you what I mean in step 2.  </span></span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center`> <br /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td style=`TEXT-ALIGN: center`>  <p><span style=`font-size: large;`><strong></strong></span> </p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-large;`><span style=`font-family: arial,helvetica,sans-serif;`><strong>Layer 1 in Pictures and Words</strong> </span></span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td style=`text-align: center;`>  <p><img title=`reference image of apple` src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/284936_2071944571090_1619167147_31972269_7489388_n.jpg` alt=`reference image of apple` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`><span style=`font-size: large;`><span style=`font-family: arial,helvetica,sans-serif;`><a href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9fPDs1xOdak` target=`_parent`>0:13</a> Take a second to observe the colors lying beneath the surface. </span></span></p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`><span style=`font-size: large;`><span style=`font-family: arial,helvetica,sans-serif;`>1.)Yellow/green/orange at the top</span></span></p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`><span style=`font-size: large;`><span style=`font-family: arial,helvetica,sans-serif;`>2.) Orange top/middle</span></span></p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`><span style=`font-size: large;`><span style=`font-family: arial,helvetica,sans-serif;`>3.) Brownish purple in the shadow on the left.</span></span></p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`><span style=`font-size: large;`><span style=`font-family: arial,helvetica,sans-serif;`>4.) Strong red on the right side. Everywhere else (but the red) is lower in chroma (intensity of color) meaning that it is `greyed down`. </span></span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p> <img title=`Prismacolor Yellowed Orange` src=`https://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/283971_2071944691093_1619167147_31972270_616640_n.jpg` alt=`Prismacolor Yellowed Orange` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`><span style=`font-size: medium;`><span style=`font-size: large;`><span style=`font-family: arial,helvetica,sans-serif;`><a href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9fPDs1xOdak` target=`_parent`>0:20</a> I start my drawing with the `Yellowed-Orange` marker from prismacolor. I try to match the undertone.</span></span><br /></span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p> <img title=`prismacolor markers instructional tutorial` src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/206084_2071944811096_1619167147_31972271_2457023_n.jpg` alt=`prismacolor markers instructional tutorial` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`><span style=`font-size: medium;`><span style=`font-size: large;`><span style=`font-family: arial,helvetica,sans-serif;`><a href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9fPDs1xOdak` target=`_parent`>0:38</a> I use marker color Apple Green at the top of the apple next to the stem.</span></span><br /></span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`how to use prismacolor markers to draw an apple` src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/229715_2071944891098_1619167147_31972272_8175344_n.jpg` alt=`how to use prismacolor markers to draw an apple` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`><span style=`font-size: medium;`><span style=`font-size: large;`><span style=`font-family: arial,helvetica,sans-serif;`><a href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9fPDs1xOdak` target=`_parent`>0:48</a> I use the color Mahogany Red to add the general shape and color of the shadows.</span></span><br /></span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p> <img title=`prismacolor illustration markers poppy red` src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/285456_2071944971100_1619167147_31972273_4911719_n.jpg` alt=`prismacolor illustration markers poppy red` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`><span style=`font-size: medium;`><span style=`font-size: large;`><span style=`font-family: arial,helvetica,sans-serif;`><a href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9fPDs1xOdak` target=`_parent`>1:02</a> I use the marker Poppy Red to create the high chroma red on the area next to the highlight.</span></span><br /></span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`><img title=`Tuscan Red Prismacolor Marker Drawing Apple Shadow Colors` src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/267260_2071945091103_1619167147_31972274_3576853_n.jpg` alt=`Tuscan Red Prismacolor Marker Drawing Apple Shadow Colors` width=`720` height=`405` /></span></p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`><span style=`font-size: large;`><span style=`font-family: arial,helvetica,sans-serif;`><a href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9fPDs1xOdak` target=`_parent`>1:20</a> I added a layer of Tuscan Red to the shadow on the lower left corner. </span></span></p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`><span style=`font-size: medium;`><span style=`font-size: large;`><span style=`font-family: arial,helvetica,sans-serif;`>End of Layer 1: My Drawing does <strong>NOT</strong> look like an apple yet, but the markers enable me to succeed in getting the undertones to set up the second layer. (continued below)</span></span><br /></span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td> </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`layer 2 Colored Pencils` src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/251472_2073498169929_1619167147_31975193_5094677_n.jpg` alt=`layer 2 Colored Pencils prismacolor` width=`720` height=`346` /> <br /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td style=`text-align: left;`><span style=`font-size: x-large;`><span style=`font-family: arial,helvetica,sans-serif;`><strong>Layer 2-</strong> Is created with color pencils. Color pencils are mixable / blendable and I mix the color pencils directly above my marker drawing (layer 1). I use the wax stick to finish the surface and tie everything together.</span></span></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`Prismacolor Colored Pencils` src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/284774_2071945531114_1619167147_31972277_2800539_n.jpg` alt=`Prismacolor Color Pencils` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`><span style=`font-size: large;`><span style=`font-family: arial,helvetica,sans-serif;`><a href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9fPDs1xOdak` target=`_parent`>1:38</a> I use the Colored Pencil: French Grey 30% to drop the intensity of the color for the highlight. Highlights are NOT intense in color.<br /></span></span></p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`><span style=`font-size: large;`><span style=`font-family: arial,helvetica,sans-serif;`><a href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9fPDs1xOdak` target=`_parent`>1:45</a> I use the colored pencil Goldenrod to get the yellow values towards the top of the apple.</span></span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p><img title=`carmine red color pencil` src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/223992_2071945651117_1619167147_31972278_5809601_n.jpg` alt=`carmine red color pencil` width=`720` height=`405` /></p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`><span style=`font-size: large;`><span style=`font-family: arial,helvetica,sans-serif;`><a href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9fPDs1xOdak` target=`_parent`>2:15</a> I use the colored pencil White to create the bright highlight.<br /></span></span></p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`><span style=`font-size: large;`><span style=`font-family: arial,helvetica,sans-serif;`><a href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9fPDs1xOdak` target=`_parent`>2:25</a> I use the color pencil Carmine Red to get the beautiful bright `fire engine red` hue on the side of the apple.</span></span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td style=`font-family: Times New Roman,Times,serif; font-size: 16px; font-style: normal; line-height: normal; font-weight: normal; font-variant: normal; color: #000000;`><img title=`tuscan red color pencil` src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/263296_2071945771120_1619167147_31972279_3017514_n.jpg` alt=`tuscan red color pencil` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td style=`font-family: Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 18px; font-style: normal; line-height: normal; font-weight: normal; font-variant: normal; color: #000000;`>  <p style=`text-align: left;`><span style=`font-size: large;`><span style=`font-family: arial,helvetica,sans-serif;`><a href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9fPDs1xOdak` target=`_parent`>2:37</a> I alternated between the colors Canary Yellow and White to define the top of the apple.</span></span></p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`><span style=`font-size: large;`><span style=`font-family: arial,helvetica,sans-serif;`><br /><a href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9fPDs1xOdak` target=`_parent`>2:54</a> Tuscan Red is one of the most important colors that you could get in your palette. It is strong (intense), dark in tone and purplish brown in hue. It is great for portraits as well!</span></span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td style=`font-family: Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 18px; font-style: normal; line-height: normal; font-weight: normal; font-variant: normal; color: #000000;`><img title=`canary yellow color pencil` src=`https://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/228893_2071945851122_1619167147_31972280_4416296_n.jpg` alt=`canary yellow color pencil` width=`720` height=`405` />  <p style=`text-align: left;`><span style=`font-size: large;`><span style=`font-family: arial,helvetica,sans-serif;`><a href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9fPDs1xOdak` target=`_parent`>3:06</a> I am using the colored pencil Carmine Red again. I am using it to start my blending so that my drawing does not look segmented.</span></span></p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`><span style=`font-size: large;`><span style=`font-family: arial,helvetica,sans-serif;`><br /><a href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9fPDs1xOdak`>3:10</a> I am using the Tuscan Red again and for the same reason as the previous color. I am trying to blend and make smooth color transitions.</span></span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`Prismacolor Art Stix Colorless Blender Wax Stick Blending` src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/284383_2071945971125_1619167147_31972281_4071614_n.jpg` alt=`Prismacolor Art Stix Colorless Blender Wax Stick Blending` width=`720` height=`405` />  <p style=`text-align: left;`><span style=`font-size: large;`><span style=`font-family: arial,helvetica,sans-serif;`><a href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9fPDs1xOdak` target=`_parent`>3:20</a> For the first time in this illustration drawing, I am using the color Olive Green to do the shadow of the stem.<br /></span></span></p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`><span style=`font-size: large;`><span style=`font-family: arial,helvetica,sans-serif;`><a href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9fPDs1xOdak` target=`_parent`>3:26</a> The colored pencil Magenta is a purplish red which makes a great bridge between the Tuscan Red and the Carmine Red.</span></span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`goldenrod color pencil colored` src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/205833_2071946211131_1619167147_31972283_1445841_n.jpg` alt=`goldenrod color pencil colored` width=`720` height=`405` />  <p style=`text-align: left;`><span style=`font-size: large;`><span style=`font-family: arial,helvetica,sans-serif;`><a href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9fPDs1xOdak`>3:31</a> Now, I am using the color Black Cherry which is a bit darker than the Tuscan Red. This color will help me define the edges a bit more.</span></span></p>  <p style=`text-align: left;`><span style=`font-size: large;`><span style=`font-family: arial,helvetica,sans-serif;`><br /><a href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9fPDs1xOdak`>3:42</a> The Prismacolor Art Stix Colorless Wax Blender is a very handy tool to finish an illustration. All it is, is the wax (the binder) for the colored pencils without the color. It is an incredible tool for colored pencil artists. Notice that I blend in the opposite direction as my cross hatching.</span></span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img title=`Draw a realistic looking apple Step by step` src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/281497_2071946291133_1619167147_31972284_1287224_n.jpg` alt=`Draw a realistic apple step by step` width=`720` height=`405` /></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td style=`text-align: left;`><span style=`font-size: large;`><span style=`font-family: arial,helvetica,sans-serif;`><a href=`https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9fPDs1xOdak` target=`_parent`>4:13</a> I use a variety of color pencils such as Black, White, Goldenrod, Carmine Red and Olive Green to finish my drawing.</span></span><br /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>  <p> </p> Homer Simpson- Made With Beans. <p><object width=`425` height=`344` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/wTtcWrxhFEg&hl=en_US&fs=1&` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`><param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` /><param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` /><param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/wTtcWrxhFEg&hl=en_US&fs=1&` /><param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` /></object></p><p>This video is a stop motion animation of me drawing / sculpting / assembling Homer J. 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Bush + Bill Clinton + George H.W. Bush + Iconic Nixon Pose. <p><object width=`425` height=`344` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/F4NbiZn3nrs&hl=en_US&fs=1&` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`><param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` /><param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` /><param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/F4NbiZn3nrs&hl=en_US&fs=1&` /><param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` /></object></p><p>A very bi-partisan artwork. Put your political differences aside and watch artist Merrill Kazanjian merge the faces of our last four Presidents (Barack Obama, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George H.W. Bush. A presidential portrait this is not- it sets the precedent for merging presidents- not ideologically- but aesthetically. I started out by creating a collage / photomontage with digital cut outs and combining them with Photoshop CS3 and Paint Shop Pro 8. Next, I printed on a medium format printer (13 x 17 inches). Next I added a layer of color pencils (prismacolor) and markers (AD and prisma) to fill in the gaps and tie everything together. Finally, I added a layer of oil paint to make it look life like. I added the body of Richard Nixon in his iconic peace pose and ironically the face wound up looking a little bit like a young Nixon (I did not intend this). I call the method that I use, tradigital art. It merges traditional art (2D drawing and painting) with digital possibilities (computer art and digital photography).</p><p>Photoshop is the Gold Standard for Photomanipulation Art</p><form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` method=`get`> <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`><tbody><tr><td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://drh.img.digitalriver.com/DRHM/Storefront/Company/adbevlus/images/product/detail/CS4/box_photoshop_cs4_150x150.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Photoshop CS4 - License` /></td><td valign=`top`><p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Photoshop CS4 - License</span></strong></p><p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>Create powerful images with the professional standard.</span></p><hr /><input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10674112` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`Photoshop CS4 - License` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://store.digitalriver.com/servlet/ControllerServlet?Action=DisplayProductDetailsPage&Locale=en_US&SiteID=adbevlus&productID=108142600` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td></tr></tbody></table></form><p><img src=`https://www.lduhtrp.net/image-3724826-10674112` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p> Mahmoud Ahmedinejad + Kim Jong Il + Hogo Chavez = Hugmedinejong Ill. <p><object width=`425` height=`344` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/S0Umjur4RS8&hl=en_US&fs=1&` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`><param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` /><param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` /><param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/S0Umjur4RS8&hl=en_US&fs=1&` /><param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` /></object>What happens when the faces of three dictators are merged? Megazord and the Power Rangers have nothing on `Hugmadenijong ill`. Check out this video to see some tradigital artwork by artist Merrill Kazanjian. It is done in time lapse (2 hours in to 2 minutes). I started out with the computer program Paint Shop Pro 8 (a stone age version of Photoshop) to cut and arrange a photomontage. Next, I printed on thick paper. After that, I tied it together with a layer of color pencil. Finally, I put the finishing touches on with oil paint. The method that I use is called Tradigital Art. It combines traditional media (paint, pencil) with digital media (computer applications and digital photography). Youtube Link- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S0Umjur4RS8</p><p> </p><p>Photoshop is the Gold Standard for Photomanipulation Art</p><form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` method=`get`> <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`><tbody><tr><td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://drh.img.digitalriver.com/DRHM/Storefront/Company/adbevlus/images/product/detail/CS4/box_photoshop_cs4_150x150.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Photoshop CS4 - License` /></td><td valign=`top`><p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Photoshop CS4 - License</span></strong></p><p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>Create powerful images with the professional standard.</span></p><hr /><input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10674112` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`Photoshop CS4 - License` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://store.digitalriver.com/servlet/ControllerServlet?Action=DisplayProductDetailsPage&Locale=en_US&SiteID=adbevlus&productID=108142600` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td></tr></tbody></table></form><p><img src=`https://www.lduhtrp.net/image-3724826-10674112` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p> Greenspan + Bernanke + Trump + Monopoly Guy + Mr. Krabs. <p><object width=`560` height=`340` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/lQnehcpOUWw&hl=en_US&fs=1&` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`><param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` /><param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` /><param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/lQnehcpOUWw&hl=en_US&fs=1&` /><param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` /></object></p><p>What would a `merger` of Alan Greenspan, Ben Bernanke, Donald Trump, Mr. Krabs, Jim Cramer and the Monopoly Guy look like? Watch the video to find out! Sell Sell Sell !!!! Artmorph by Merrill Kazanjian</p><p> </p><p>Photoshop is the Gold Standard for Photomanipulation Art</p><form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` method=`get`> <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`><tbody><tr><td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://drh.img.digitalriver.com/DRHM/Storefront/Company/adbevlus/images/product/detail/CS4/box_photoshop_cs4_150x150.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Photoshop CS4 - License` /></td><td valign=`top`><p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Photoshop CS4 - License</span></strong></p><p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>Create powerful images with the professional standard.</span></p><hr /><input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10674112` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`Photoshop CS4 - License` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://store.digitalriver.com/servlet/ControllerServlet?Action=DisplayProductDetailsPage&Locale=en_US&SiteID=adbevlus&productID=108142600` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td></tr></tbody></table></form><p><img src=`https://www.lduhtrp.net/image-3724826-10674112` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p> How to Draw a Smile, Mouth, Teeth. <p><object width=`425` height=`344` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/uaseJIeWEQw&hl=en_US&fs=1&` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`><param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` /><param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` /><param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/uaseJIeWEQw&hl=en_US&fs=1&` /><param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` /></object></p><p> Part 1- I will start this drawing by taking a second to look at my reference photograph on the left. I try to see the mouth as one big shape first and I try to match that shape as best as I can to start. Next, I break the mouth in to three smaller shapes. I notice that the top lip looks like a flattened McDonalds Arch and the bottom lip looks similar to a crescent moon shape. The area in between is more complex but that is ok since I can create that shape by noticing the nuances of upper and lower lip. Part 2- Take a second to notice that the lower lip is slightly fuller than the top lip. This is true for every person. Once I am somewhat satisfied with the upper and lower lip, I start to notice the space between the lips. That space is divided between the upper teeth and the negative space below the teeth. Please notice that when a person smiles, the bottom lip comes up and blocks the lower set of teeth. Many people make the mistake of drawing the upper and lower teeth in a smile. While drawing the teeth, I am very careful about not pressing too hard. Notice that there are NO dark tones, separating the teeth, only light to medium ones. The front of our face is rounded and the formations of the upper and lower sets of teeth are in a horseshoe shape. When drawing a person from the front, notice that as the teeth go further back towards the throat, they become more foreshortened. Also, as the teeth go back towards the throat, they are blocked more in a smile by the lips and are more shadowed. Be careful because this can easily be overdone. The color of the teeth are not white, they are bone colored, which is a cool off white. It is a conscious choice for me to start this drawing with color pencil. I use color pencil because the fine tip of the color pencil gives me a lot of accuracy, and also because, color pencils can be mixed with oil paint. You will see me mix color pencil with oil paint in step four. Part 3- At this point I am satisfied with the placement of all of my shapes. Once that task is accomplished, I focus on building tones and colors. In other words, my focus to this point has been to get all of the pieces of the puzzle in to the right place and now, I can have fun by mixing colors and matching tones. I try to also notice the qualities of the edges of shapes. For instance, there is a fuzzy, unclear edge between the upper lip and the gums above the teeth. It is there but it is hard to see. In contrast, there is a solid, distinct edge between the upper teeth and the darker area of negative space, below the teeth. Color pencil is a great medium for a contemporary artist to learn. I greatly value the accuracy and detail work that can be achieved with color pencils. The flaws to this medium is that color pencil cannot be layered as well as paint, since it doesn`t fully dry. Its biggest strength is also a big weakness. The fine tip of the color pencil, covers surfaces at an extremely slow rate. Both weaknesses can be fixed however. I found that if you dip a paintbrush in a painting medium called Liquin and start to paint, the color pencils essentially pick up the properties of oil paint. In the next step, I will use liquin and mix it with both the oil paint atop of the color pencil. Part 4- Now I am painting with Liquin and oil paint over the color pencil. They are very compatible with each other and are essentially made with the same materials. The pigment of the color pencil is bound with wax; and wax has been used in parts of many painting mediums throughout the history of oil painting. Oil paint is considered a traditional medium but many of its artistic capabilities have not yet been matched by other, newer mediums. Oil paint gives to the ability to work opaque, transparently and translucently. Today, I am using the combination of the oil paint and the liquin to soften my color pencil drawing below. I am using small soft paintbrushes and they pick up some of the color that was left below. The paintbrush is a great tool to create soft blends. That makes perfect sense if you compare it to the tip of a color pencil I hope that you have enjoyed this video and I hope that you learned something. Feel free to ask me questions and please subscribe to my channel if you like concise, information rich videos on art.</p> How to Draw an Angry Mouth. <p><object width=`560` height=`340` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/VKvlBCfi_v8&hl=en_US&fs=1&` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`><param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` /><param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` /><param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/VKvlBCfi_v8&hl=en_US&fs=1&` /><param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` /></object></p><p> Today, I am going to show you, step by step, how to draw an angry mouth. Pause the video at the end of each step and be sure to look at the screen every few seconds while you draw. I am confident that you will surprise yourself if you take your time and listen carefully. Here we go. Step 1- Draw a big U shape but make the two lines at the top of the U point slightly outwards and away from each other. Pause the video now and remember to look at the reference picture on your computer screen. Step 2- Draw a second U shape above the first and close the lines to form a crescent moon shape. Notice that the widest point of this shape is the middle and that the shape gets narrow and pointy at the top where the edges of both lines meet. Step 3- When a person screams, the bottom lip presses firmly against the bottom set of teeth. Only the tooth tops are visible. The shape of these tooth tops is somewhere between a square and circle. Make 8 to 10 and stay light with the lines in between the teeth. Pause the video now and don`t forget to look every few seconds. Step 4- Now we draw the tongue. It is a rounded shape that is wider at the top than the bottom. It is kind of like drawing a heart shape without a pointed bottom or an indentation at the top. Pause the video now and be sure to look every few seconds while you draw. Step 5- Add a rainbow shape at the top. Be sure to notice the amount of space between the top of the tongue and the rainbow shape. Pause the video now. Step 6- Add a second rainbow shape above the first. Like the bottom lip, the top lip gets more narrow at the edges and wider in the middle. Be sure to notice that the bottom lip is thicker than the top lip. This is true for every person. Pause the video now and be sure to look at the screen every few seconds. Step 7- Now make a half circle shape beneath the top lip. Notice that the edges at the bottom protrude slightly. Pause the video now and remember to look. Step 8- When a person screams, the top teeth are exposed because the top lip goes upwards. Your task is to draw 12 teeth. Notice that the front four face the viewer but the others start to turn away. Notice that as the teeth go further back in to the mouth, they get smaller. I know that molars and wisdom teeth are much larger in real life than a front teeth, but please trust me and pause the video and draw what you see. I will explain why this happens in the next part. Ideally, you should have three things to do the shading. At the top is a blending stub. In the middle is a 2B pencil and at the bottom is a HB pencil. When I shade, I: - Use a method called cross hatcing - Develop the shading evenly (I move the pencil around to the different parts of the drawing.</p> What is Youtubes Place in Art History?. <p><object width=`560` height=`340` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/SUbFbqv8qkc&hl=en_US&fs=1&` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`><param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` /><param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` /><param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/SUbFbqv8qkc&hl=en_US&fs=1&` /><param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` /></object>Dialogue from Video: What is youtubes place in art history? Youtube is the early 21st century version of an art musuem. Its the new Louvre. I think that the most significant art of today is being posted on youtube and ill prove that at the end of this video. So, all great art is a reflection of the era in which it was created...I dont think that todays art will be done justice if it is housed in a museum building like the art of the past. There was a time when painting was the greatest visual technology in the world but it became less relevant with the inventions of photography and video. There was a big debate in contemporary art about whether painting was dead and I credit youtube for bringing painting and other forms of art back to life. The difference is performance. In todays art, the performance is more important than the final product and youtube gives artists an arena to perform and document their work to an audience that views a billion videos a day from around the world. Youtube viewers are the art curators of the 21st century. You do this when you favorite a video or rate it.......or subscribe to a channel. This is a much more democratic method than the past. So much of what we see in museums was decided by a relatively small group of individuals. Also, youtube is becoming a major patron for artists, although I think that this is happening by accident. I have seen a lot of artists become youtube partners........and that gives artists a financial alternative to the gallery system. I want to end by restating my first point. The most significant art of the 21st century is being posted on youtube right now Click on these links to see what I mean. Check out the self portrait that was done using airplanes and GPS, Or The Fiery Chain Reaction Video- The way things go The amazing channel of youtube user Philinthecircle Here is a The light ballet performed by trained sheep.... The kinetic sculptures of Theo Janssen..... The Morphing Magnets of SACHIKO KODAMA ..... The beautiful Sony Bravia Ads................ The optical illusins of Julian Beever......... The musical rollerskating performance of Michel Lauziere....... The amazing video game recreations of Guillaume Reymond using people as pixels. The stop motion masterpiece Western Spaghetti by Pez.....</p><p> </p> Farve + Kerry + Hogan + Specter. <p> Brett Favre retired how many times??? John Kerry, the infamous-presidential-candidate flip flopper lost an election due to his indecisiveness...Hulk Hogan, the iconic wrestler and reality TV star, was a `good guy` then a bad guy` then a `good guy again. Arlen Specter notoriously, changed political parties! Indecisiveness....Flip Flopping....Standing on the fence...Changing sides or ideologies....Making a decision but going back on it.....These men have one thing in common....Changing their mind. I thought that it would be interesting to use my photo editing skills to morph their faces together.</p><p><object width=`425` height=`344` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/XU59boKVhzk&hl=en_US&fs=1&` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`><param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` /><param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` /><param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/XU59boKVhzk&hl=en_US&fs=1&` /><param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` /></object></p><p>Photoshop is the Gold Standard for Photomanipulation Art</p><form action=`https://www.tkqlhce.com/interactive` method=`get`> <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`><tbody><tr><td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://drh.img.digitalriver.com/DRHM/Storefront/Company/adbevlus/images/product/detail/CS4/box_photoshop_cs4_150x150.jpg` border=`0` alt=`Photoshop CS4 - License` /></td><td valign=`top`><p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Photoshop CS4 - License</span></strong></p><p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>Create powerful images with the professional standard.</span></p><hr /><input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10674112` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`Photoshop CS4 - License` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://store.digitalriver.com/servlet/ControllerServlet?Action=DisplayProductDetailsPage&Locale=en_US&SiteID=adbevlus&productID=108142600` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td></tr></tbody></table></form><p><img src=`https://www.lduhtrp.net/image-3724826-10674112` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` /></p> How to Draw Lebron James Step by Step. <table style=`width: 720px;` border=`1`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>  <p>  <object width=`709` height=`453` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/YemlRf4lYwc&hl=en_US&fs=1&` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/YemlRf4lYwc&hl=en_US&fs=1&` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p><span style=`font-size: small;`>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 728x90, created 5/25/10 */  google_ad_slot = `6501615489`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 90;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </span></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: small;`>Today, you are going to draw Lebron James...No Art experience? Thats OK! I broke this process down in to simple steps for you. I recommend that you pause the video at the end of each step and get in the habit of looking at the reference image on the screen at least once every five seconds. To make this as easy as possible, I uploaded a print version of this lesson </span>directly below. <span style=`font-size: small;`>All that you will need is a pencil and some paper to draw and a q tip or a blending tool to do the shading in the second part of this video. Good luck! Here we go! This part has 24 steps and it will be followed by a Lebron shading tutorial.</span></p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p style=`font-size: small;`><img src=`https://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/292399_2098436593374_1619167147_32011605_862180_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`701` height=`405` /></p>  <p style=`font-size: small;`>Step 1- Make a rainbow shape</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p style=`font-size: small;`><img src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc7/292053_2098436793379_1619167147_32011606_1939353_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`695` height=`427` /></p>  <p style=`font-size: small;`>Step 2- Make another rainbow shape above the first, with a slightly higher arc. This will be LeBron`s headband. At the end of this step, it should resemble a banana shape.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p style=`font-size: small;`><img src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/292460_2098436953383_1619167147_32011607_5293012_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`694` height=`348` /></p>  <p style=`font-size: small;`>Step 3- Make one more rainbow shape slightly above the top of the headband this will be Lebrons hair.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p style=`font-size: small;`><img src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/263374_2098436993384_1619167147_32011608_1432836_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`696` height=`349` /></p>  <p style=`font-size: small;`>Step 4- Is a little tricky. Add the 2 shapes that you see. Notice that the one on (your) left is slightly larger than the one on (your) right.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p style=`font-size: small;`><img src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc7/294644_2098437033385_1619167147_32011609_2560380_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`699` height=`355` /></p>  <p style=`font-size: small;`>Step 5- Add the backward L shape that you see.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p style=`font-size: small;`><img src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/185503_2098437073386_1619167147_32011610_2454503_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`696` height=`347` /></p>  <p style=`font-size: small;`>Step 6- Add the shape that looks like the `little dipper` (pot shape).</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p style=`font-size: small;`><img src=`https://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc7/293094_2098437153388_1619167147_32011611_6082053_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`696` height=`345` /></p>  <p style=`font-size: small;`>Step 7- Add the next 2 lines. Notice that these two lines connect with the bottom of the shape from step 4.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p style=`font-size: small;`><img src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/294259_2098437233390_1619167147_32011612_2798700_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`697` height=`351` /></p>  <p style=`font-size: small;`>Step 8- Add the 2 small rainbow shapes for the tops of Lebrons Eyes, and take an extra second to notice how each end connects to form a new shape above the eye.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p style=`font-size: small;`><img src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/185293_2098437313392_1619167147_32011613_2498178_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`699` height=`350` /></p>  <p style=`font-size: small;`>Step 9- Add 2 U shapes under each eye lid. Dont make circles though, leave the top blocked by the upper eyelid.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p style=`font-size: small;`><img src=`https://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/295155_2098437353393_1619167147_32011614_392453_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`700` height=`358` /></p>  <p style=`font-size: small;`>Step 10- Take a second to observe the gross outline of the nose. Notice that the shape is about the same height as the forehead.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p style=`font-size: small;`><img src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/285524_2098437473396_1619167147_32011615_1378484_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`699` height=`354` /></p>  <p style=`font-size: small;`>Step 11- The next lines that you see are the outline of Lebrons moustache. Notice that the 2 vertical lines go DIRECTLY below the mid part of Lebrons eyes.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p style=`font-size: small;`><img src=`https://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/291902_2098437553398_1619167147_32011616_6834904_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`694` height=`348` /></p>  <p style=`font-size: small;`>Step 12- Next, put in Lebrons upper lip. Notice that it looks like a flattened letter M.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p style=`font-size: small;`><img src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/254690_2098437593399_1619167147_32011617_5663428_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`696` height=`347` /></p>  <p style=`font-size: small;`>Step 13- Now put in his bottom lip. It is shaped like a boat. The shape in between the 2 lips looks like the roof of a Pizza Hut.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p style=`font-size: small;`><img src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/294197_2098437673401_1619167147_32011618_4508497_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`703` height=`347` /></p>  <p style=`font-size: small;`>Step 14- Now, do your best to put in the ear shapes. Notice that his head is turned slightly, so the ear on your right will be a little smaller.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p style=`font-size: small;`><img src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc7/293946_2098437713402_1619167147_32011619_1804132_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`699` height=`345` /></p>  <p style=`font-size: small;`>Step 15- Try to observe the line for his chin and jaw and then draw it.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p style=`font-size: small;`><img src=`https://a5.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/292369_2098437913407_1619167147_32011620_4472488_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`699` height=`350` /></p>  <p style=`font-size: small;`>Step 16- Observe and add these lines for the neck.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p style=`font-size: small;`><img src=`https://hphotos-sjc1.fbcdn.net/198815_2098437953408_1619167147_32011621_4733361_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`696` height=`350` /></p>  <p style=`font-size: small;`>Step 17- Add the shoulders</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p style=`font-size: small;`><img src=`https://a1.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc6/251434_2098438113412_1619167147_32011622_7426602_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`697` height=`348` /></p>  <p style=`font-size: small;`>Step 18- This v shape will be an important shadow on the neck.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p style=`font-size: small;`><img src=`https://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc7/292708_2098438193414_1619167147_32011623_402509_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`696` height=`347` /></p>  <p style=`font-size: small;`>Step 19- Add the W shape between the chin and lower lip.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p style=`font-size: small;`><img src=`https://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/295406_2098438233415_1619167147_32011624_3160460_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`696` height=`349` /></p>  <p style=`font-size: small;`>Step 20- Connect the W shape with the bottom of each ear.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p style=`font-size: small;`><img src=`https://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/262488_2098438273416_1619167147_32011625_4617064_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`700` height=`344` /></p>  <p style=`font-size: small;`>Step 21- Add the nostrils</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p style=`font-size: small;`><img src=`https://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/198763_2098438393419_1619167147_32011626_5819405_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`699` height=`359` /></p>  <p style=`font-size: small;`>Step 22- Add the bottom line for the eye.</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p style=`font-size: small;`><img src=`https://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/294762_2098438513422_1619167147_32011627_3137739_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`701` height=`350` /></p>  <p style=`font-size: small;`>Step 23- Add two V shapes under the eyes</p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p style=`font-size: small;`><img src=`https://hphotos-sjc1.fbcdn.net/223791_2098438713427_1619167147_32011629_5084785_n.jpg` alt=`` width=`697` height=`346` /></p>  <p style=`font-size: small;`>Step 24- For the final step before we shade, notice the three shapes that are being added on each ear.</p>  <p style=`font-size: small;`>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* 728x90, created 5/25/10 */  google_ad_slot = `6501615489`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 90;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td style=`text-align: center;`><span style=`font-size: x-large;`>The Drawing Supplies I Use When I Draw</span></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td>  <p> </p>  <form action=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`>`><img src=`https://www.dick-blick.com/items/222/06/22206-0159-2ww-m.jpg` border=`0` alt=`15-Piece Drawing Set` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>15-Piece Drawing Set</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`><strong>Merrill`s Opinion:</strong> Faber-Castell makes the best drawing pencils. 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They are all very similar so I will cover them together. I recommend that you 1.) Watch the video (below) 2.) Print out the PDF `Cheat Sheet` that I created for you: <a href=`https://iown.website/bx/_files/113images/articles_img_files/shock_fear_terror.pdf`><span style=`font-size: large;`>CLICK HERE</span></a> and 3.) Review the notes below. With practice and application of these drawing/facial expression tips, you will be able to draw the expression of shock/fear/terror.<br /></span></p>  <p>  <object width=`560` height=`340` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/Jfkb9VqPewM&hl=en_US&fs=1&` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/Jfkb9VqPewM&hl=en_US&fs=1&` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p><span style=`font-size: large;`>NOTES:</span></p>  <p> </p>  <p> </p>  <p><img title=`Drawing Facial Expressions Fear Terror Shock` src=`https://photos-f.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs191.snc3/19878_1259529981233_1619167147_30613159_7548483_n.jpg` alt=`Drawing Facial Expressions Fear Terror Shock` width=`604` height=`401` /></p>  <p>Fear/Terror Overview: Notice the separation of the top eyelid from the pupil and iris of the eye (this happens most of the time, but not always). Sometimes when a person screams, the eye muscles shut the eyes very tightly. This greatly narrows the height of the eye, and creates small wrinkles of shading; while the eyebrows push downwards. When a person is shocked, his/her mouth usually gapes (opens) and is very still.</p>  <p><img title=`facial expressions shock how to draw pencil` src=`https://photos-c.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs171.snc3/19878_1259530021234_1619167147_30613160_590210_n.jpg` alt=`facial expressions shock how to draw pencil` width=`604` height=`401` /></p>  <p>Shock Overview: The `shocked` eye is slightly different than a fearful/terrified eye. The big difference is the lack of separation between the pupil/iris and eyelid. The mouth remains open, but slightly less wide (when compared to fear/terror)</p>  <p><img title=`Facial expressions drawing tips mouth shock and fear` src=`https://photos-e.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs171.snc3/19878_1259530101236_1619167147_30613161_7581676_n.jpg` alt=`Facial expressions drawing tips mouth shock and fear` width=`604` height=`401` /></p>  <p>Shock and Fear: Isolating the Mouth- The mouth of a REALLY SCARED person gapes more than someone who is startled. Notice that the bottom lip usually cover over the bottom teeth, while the top teeth become more exposed. Shade the corners of the mouth and the areas, just below the teeth for maximum effect.</p>  <p><img title=`drawing facial expressions merrill kazanjian` src=`https://hphotos-snc3.fbcdn.net/hs171.snc3/19878_1259530181238_1619167147_30613162_1788027_n.jpg` alt=`drawing facial expressions merrill kazanjian` width=`604` height=`401` /></p>  <p>In shock/fear, the eyebrows usually separate and the forehead flattens for this expression. This is the opposite of the expression of anger where the eyebrows are pulled closer to each other.</p>  <p><img title=`shock fear terror facial expressions drawing tips` src=`https://hphotos-snc3.fbcdn.net/hs171.snc3/19878_1259530221239_1619167147_30613163_124816_n.jpg` alt=`shock fear terror facial expressions drawing tips` width=`604` height=`401` /></p>  <p> </p>  <p>Dialogue from video: This is a continuation on my series on facial expressions. Today, We are going to concentrate on the expressions of shock and fear. I video taped the creation of 14 sketches, to give you a lot of chances to learn. You will see profile, 3/4 and frontal views and both male and female faces. But, before we begin, take a second to glance at the major differences. This information will be discussed in the video and you can download on my website Merrillk.com. Just type the words shock and fear in the search box to download this resource. Or, if you are watching on my youtube channel, hit the link to the right to view this resource. I hope that you learn a lot. Here we go. Character 1- In the first character, I want to highlight the gaping mouth. Notice that the top teeth are exposed. When you draw this expression, the top lip is pulled up, which shortens the distance between the lip and the nose Character 2- For this character, I want to highlight that the eyebrows usually separate and the forehead flattens for this expression. This is the opposite of the expression of anger where the eyebrows are pulled closer to each other. Character 3- For this sketch I want you to notice the separation of the iris from the bottom eyelid as well as the perfect C shape that the mouth is in when it is in profile. Character 4- For this character, take note of the separation between the iris and the top eyelid and the amount of space between the eyebrows- Both very common in a fearful expression. Character 5- For this character, I want to highlight the lines on either side of the nose. For this expression you can make these lines more visible. Character 6- This character has his eyes shut tight and his mouth open wider than any other character in the picture. To draw a scream, make the area between the eyelids as dark as the lashes and darken the area around the eye. Make the mouth extra wide. Character 7- This character seems more startled than scared because her mouth is less open and there is relatively little shading around the eye. Character 8- In this character, I wish that I left the mouth in the classic C shape for drawing this expression in profile view. Character 9- Notice the dark rings under the eyes of this character. That and the separation between the iris and the upper eyelid makes him look distraught. Also notice that the mouth doesn`t always have to be gaped open to convey fear. Instead, I filled the gap with teeth. Character 10- This character has a lot of facial commonalities with the other characters that have been drawn so far. I added a still pose with a pointing finger to supplement the facial expression. Character 11- A very common pose to convey shock and fear is to place both hands on either side of the face- Also known as the OMG pose. Character 12- Notice that this character has separation on both sides of her iris. A great way to make someone look terrified. Character 13- Since this character wears glasses, I made each eye seem magnified. I wish that I added a separation between the iris and the eyelid. Character 14- I should have stopped at 13!. I made his head too small for his position in the picture. 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I used the tradigital approach: 1.) Regular Pencil 2.) Illustration Marker (Prismacolor and Chartpak Ad) 3.) Color Pencils 4.) Cutouts (Both digital and traditional media) 5.) Photoshop Cs4 and Paint Shop Pro 9 6.) Glue and Scissors 7.) Oil Paint  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;    /* 468x60, created 1/26/10 */    google_ad_slot = `2338749477`;    google_ad_width = 468;    google_ad_height = 60;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;    /* 336x280, created 2/2/10 */    google_ad_slot = `4181428218`;    google_ad_width = 336;    google_ad_height = 280;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p> Boxing Trainer- Contemporary Tradigital Art by Merrill Kazanjian. <p>  <object width=`560` height=`340` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/EOXHzJBv5qA&hl=en_US&fs=1&` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/EOXHzJBv5qA&hl=en_US&fs=1&` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  My friend Al Alvir has a very popular Boxing/Mixed Martial Arts blog- https://shootafairone.com/ and I decided to create a character for one of the writers he has on staff (O`Toole). Allen is a big fan of Mike Tyson (heavyweight champion) and his legendary trainer Cus D`Amato who also trained managed Floyd Patterson (olympic and heavyweight champion) and Jose Torres (light heavyweight champion) so I made this character with D`Amato in mind. I used D`Amato reference photos for my initial drawing but also had fictional `Rocky` trainer Mickey Goldmill in mind (portrayed by Burgess Meredith). Using these two icons; one from pop culture one from reality, gave me an interesting image to illustrate. In this video, I documented my process. I started out with a pencil drawing that was based on reference photos of Cus D`Amato and fictional character Mickey Goldmill. Next, I cut out two boxing gloves from a photograph and glued them down. Then, I added a layer of illustration marker to quickly put down some color. I followed the markers with a layer of color pencil and I exadurated the wrinkles. I also use color pencil to prime the artwork for painting. Then I added some paint. The paint mixes very well with the color pencil. Next I scanned the artwork and opened it up in Paint Shop Pro 9. I didnt like the pose of the body so I changed it. (Arent digital possibilities wonderful?) I juxtaposed hands legs and feet. Then I printed it again. The print is like a dried layer of paint. I started layering with color pencil again and I followed it up with oil paint. Mixing traditional mediums with digital technologies is called tradigital art.  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;    /* 468x60, created 1/26/10 */    google_ad_slot = `2338749477`;    google_ad_width = 468;    google_ad_height = 60;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;    /* 336x280, created 2/2/10 */    google_ad_slot = `4181428218`;    google_ad_width = 336;    google_ad_height = 280;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p> Caffeine Junkie Coffee People. <object width=`560` height=`340`><param name=`movie` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/6hRsA9jGQ6o&hl=en&fs=1&`></param><param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true`></param><param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always`></param><embed src=`https://www.youtube.com/v/6hRsA9jGQ6o&hl=en&fs=1&` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash` allowscriptaccess=`always` allowfullscreen=`true` width=`560` height=`340`></embed></object> Shading Resource. <p>  <object width=`560` height=`340` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/1hNXlPcgafI&hl=en_US&fs=1&` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/1hNXlPcgafI&hl=en_US&fs=1&` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* Across top */  google_ad_slot = `1049141337`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 15;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p>  <p> In this video, I will demonstrate how to build tones while drawing. I will teach you about drawing pencils and when and how to use them. And I will demonstrate the drawing technique of cross hatching. But, this time I am going to do something different....You have the option to follow along! I decided to go the extra mile and provide you with a worksheet for the final segment of this video. Take a second to go to https://merrillk.com and type in `shading resource`...print it out and do your best. We have a lot to cover, so lets start off with learning about pencils. Recap - Start out with a light to neutral pencil and go darker as you go on. - Each row of hatches should be done at a slightly different angle to the previous row. -When you cross hatch you should build your tones up slowly - You can differentiate your tones through adding pressure to the pencil but dont dent the paper or things will get more difficult. - To make neat hatches, use the tip that I gave you (put a piece of paper by the edge) -A slip sheet prevents smudges This piece took me two hours to make! 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Pads contain 24 sheets of 80 lb (130 gsm) paper, spiral-bound on the short side.</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10495307` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`10316-1017` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://www.dickblick.com/products/strathmore-400-series-drawing-paper-pads/?wmcp=cj&wmcid=feeds&wmckw=10316-1017-806` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form> Male vs. Female Skull. <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;    /* 728x15, created 2/3/10 */    google_ad_slot = `1049141337`;    google_ad_width = 728;    google_ad_height = 15;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  Drawing Tips- The Differences Between Male and Female Faces, Heads, Skulls This video will illustrate the differences between male and female faces. In part 1 of this video, I will compare male and female facial features, bone structure and musculature. In the in the second part of this video, I will do a demonstration. During this demonstration, I will review what we learned in the first part and teach you how to draw the nuances of the male and female face for artistic (art) purposes. During my demonstration, I use a pencil an eraser and a blending stick (stub) also known as a tortillion. Lets look at the differences of the male and female skull first and then we will work our way up to the skin. Male and female children have similar skull shapes. But once children hit puberty, the differences start to appear. Testosterone provokes the growth of certain facial features in males, while female faces remain relatively childlike. The presence of higher levels of testosterone give men a thicker bone structure with more prominent bones. Male faces have a wider, more prominent jaw, chin and cheekbones (also known as the zygomatic arch). The physical size of the male skull is usually larger than the female skull. A very distinct characteristic of a male skull, is a protruding supraorbital ridge also known as a brow line. Female faces are more rounded and tend to have a narrow jaw line. They have a softness that the male face lacks. It carries more fat than the male face, especially in the cheeks. Female faces tend to have thicker lips and a higher arch on the top lip. Female eyebrows generally sit a little higher than male eyebrows and they usually have a thinner and more arched shape, mainly due to plucking. The female nose tends to be smaller, shorter and have a narrower bridge and nostrils than the male one. Also, female noses often have a straighter or more concave profile. Men tend to have thicker and lower eyebrows than women. The male jaw line is wider than the female chin. It is also more muscular and square in shape. The lips are thicker and more full on a female. Also there is less of a distance between the arch of the top lip and the bottom of the nose. Before we go on to part 2. I want to make this complex subject as simple as possible so I took notes for you! If you are watching this on youtube hit the link. If not, just go to my website Merrillk.com and type skull in the search box and download this cheat sheet for when you draw. Merrill Kazanjian is a contemporary artist based in New York City. He is also a New York State Certified Art instructor with 8 years of experience. He specializes in drawing, painting and mixed media art.</p>  <p> </p>  <p> </p>  <p>  <object width=`560` height=`340` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/LS9vD12KxDg&hl=en_US&fs=1&` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/LS9vD12KxDg&hl=en_US&fs=1&` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p> Vandalism. <object width=`425` height=`344`><param name=`movie` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/-_ZCkDEQ5dk&hl=en&fs=1&`></param><param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true`></param><param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always`></param><embed src=`https://www.youtube.com/v/-_ZCkDEQ5dk&hl=en&fs=1&` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash` allowscriptaccess=`always` allowfullscreen=`true` width=`425` height=`344`></embed></object> Supermarket Stick Up. Please click the video below to see how I made this artwork. Thank you for checking out my gallery- Merrill Kazanjian    <object width=`425` height=`344`><param name=`movie` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/e4eF_3Ig2ss&hl=en&fs=1&`></param><param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true`></param><param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always`></param><embed src=`https://www.youtube.com/v/e4eF_3Ig2ss&hl=en&fs=1&` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash` allowscriptaccess=`always` allowfullscreen=`true` width=`425` height=`344`></embed></object> How to Glaze With Oil Paints: A Tutorial by Merrill Kazanjian. <p>  <object width=`560` height=`340` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/HCprCnm__CY&hl=en_US&fs=1&` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/HCprCnm__CY&hl=en_US&fs=1&` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p> </p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-large;`>Text from video tutorial:</span></p>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>What is Glazing? </span></strong>The technical answer is 1.) multiple thin layers of transparent oil paint (applied at the end of a painting)....but what I want YOU to remember is 2.) Glazing is pure magic 3.) Knowing how to glaze will take your painting abilities to the next level.</p>  <p><span style=`font-size: medium;`><strong>This tutorial will demonstrate: </strong></span>1.)Why glazing is an important painting strategy 2.) (We will touch a little bit on) The science of refracted light 3.) Which paints to use. (How can you tell if a paint is a glazing color?) 4.) Which brushes to use for glazing 5.) How to do it! (The technique of glazing oil paint) Glaze layers happen at the final stages of a painting, so lets take you to the end of the painting that you just saw right now. I am going to keep things concise and to the point. Give me your full attention for the next few minutes and you will acquire a solid understanding of glazing. 1- Why is glazing an important painting strategy? Think about the last time that you had a sunburn. When sunburns heal, a layer of skin usually peels off your body. Take a second to remember what that skin looks like. The peel of skin is very thin, smooth and it is possible to see light through it. Our outermost layers of skin, the epidermis, is comprised of multiple layers of skin similar to the peeled layer of skin that you just imagined. Glazing, the application of multiple, thin, transparent to translucent layers, is like the epidermis of a painting and it is important for an artist to know how to glaze so that he or she can get a more life like effect to their work. 2- The Science of Refracted Light Light refracts through the transparent and translucent layers of a painting. In other words, it penetrates these layers and picks up any color that these layers contain. A good analogy for this concept is a seashell on the beach. Think of how the color of a seashell seems to change when it is covered with ocean water. The shell seems to change color, but in actuality, all physical characteristics of the shell remain the same. The sunlight refracting through the water alters the shells appearance just as glaze layers affect the final appearance of a painting. 3- Which paints to use Paint colors have different characteristics. For instance, red, is not just red when it comes to painting. Cadmium red, the color on the left, is extremely opaque and has a great covering power. The color on the right, alizarin crimson is extremely transparent with a lesser covering power. Notice how you can see the blue line through the alizarin crimson, but not the cadmium red. Most paint companies label the outside of their paint tubes to communicate these differences. Usually a box or circle is used to say if a paint is transparent, translucent or opaque. A filled box or circle is a symbol stating that a color is opaque while the opposite is true if a paint is transparent. When you glaze, you would add painting medium such as liquin to the paint. It is easy to glaze with transparent colors such as alizarin crimson but it is also possible to glaze with the cadmium red. In order to glaze with an opaque color, use a little bit of paint and a lot of painting medium. I would advise any beginner or novice painter to stick with transparent and translucent paints.</p>  <p><img title=`list of glazing colors for oil paint` src=`https://photos-d.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs293.ash1/22078_1255409078213_1619167147_30603409_5070569_n.jpg` alt=`list of glazing colors for oil paint` width=`427` height=`604` /></p>  <p>4.) Which brushes to use When you glaze, have multiple soft tipped brushes within reach. A variety of sizes and shapes including round tip and fan brushes are ideal. Now we are ready for the demonstration I did the glazing in three sittings over 21 days. It is important to let the paint thoroughly dry between glazes. If it doesnt, you will start picing up some of the previous layer. Notice that I am starting off by using two brushes. One to apply paint and the other to move the paint around. This is called dry brush technique and it is your most important glazing strategy. Dry brush gives you a smooth untextured finish...... I wouldnt recommend this for anyone trying glazing for the first time, but I am actually using titanium white when I create a highlight.....that is a white with extreme covering power....equal to what you saw with cadmium red. I use that only in the brighter highlight areas and when I use it, I use a ton of painting medium with it. ........ The shadows get a little tricky, I try to look at my reference photo to match the shape but I am very aware of their edges as well. If there is a soft edge, I soften it with another dry brush....This is VERY IMPORTANT....Do not clean your brush in mineral spirits or turpenoid. Instead, just wipe your brush on a paper towel because those paint thinners will dissolve the entire glaze.....If a brush becomes unworkable, put it aside and use another soft tipped brush.</p> Outcast. I have been a teacher for eight years. This picture is about the social hierarchies that exist inside schools. Fearful Eye: How to Draw Fear (Eye) Step by Step. <p>  <object width=`425` height=`344` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/UPwimXcLs2o&hl=en_US&fs=1&` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/UPwimXcLs2o&hl=en_US&fs=1&` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p>Dialogue from video:</p>  <p>Today I have two minutes to teach you how to draw the expression of fear in the human eye. I will demonstrate the process step by step and I will try to make it totally painless. Dont be scared, this is what you have to look for- Notice that a fearful eye features a distinct gap between the iris and the top eyelid. This separation is about one fifth the height of the eye. The shape of the eye is slightly taller than a calm eye with a higher arching rainbow on the top eyelid. The bottom eyelid has become more flexed and is hugging the eyeball more than in the calm eye. The biggest difference is the distance between the eyebrow and the eye. The muscles of the forehead pull the eyebrow upwards. The skin between the eyebrow and the eye resembles the tightness of skin tight clothing. The viewer can see the bony area at the top of the eye socket and the rounded shape of the top of the eyeball (which can lead to extreme shadows depending upon the lighting).</p>  <p><img title=`draw the eye fear 1` src=`https://photos-f.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs191.snc3/19878_1259607903181_1619167147_30613228_3444998_n.jpg` alt=`draw the eye fear 1` width=`604` height=`339` /></p>  <p>Step 1- Make a circle with a rainbow shape above it. Leave a gap that is one fifth the height of the eye between the circle and rainbow.</p>  <p><img title=`draw the eye fear 2` src=`https://hphotos-snc3.fbcdn.net/hs191.snc3/19878_1259607943182_1619167147_30613229_7969160_n.jpg` alt=`draw the eye fear 2` width=`604` height=`339` /></p>  <p>Step 2- Add the bottom eyelid and the tear duct in the corner of the eye. The eyelid should barely graze the bottom of the iris.</p>  <p><img title=`draw the eye step by step fear` src=`https://photos-g.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs171.snc3/19878_1259607983183_1619167147_30613230_2098371_n.jpg` alt=`draw the eye step by step fear` width=`604` height=`339` /></p>  <p>Step 3- Complete the shapes of the top and bottom eyelids.</p>  <p><img title=`draw eye step by step fear 4` src=`https://hphotos-snc3.fbcdn.net/hs171.snc3/19878_1259608023184_1619167147_30613231_7774631_n.jpg` alt=`draw eye step by step fear 4` width=`604` height=`339` /></p>  <p>Step 4- Fill in the shape of the eyebrow. Be sure to leave a lot of space between the top of the eyelid and the bottom of the eyebrow.</p>  <p><img title=`how to draw eye step by step fear 5` src=`https://photos-c.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs171.snc3/19878_1259608063185_1619167147_30613232_5691520_n.jpg` alt=`how to draw eye step by step fear 5` width=`604` height=`339` /></p>  <p>Step 5- Shade the pupil and iris. The Iris should always be the darkest tone on the face.</p>  <p><img title=`fearful eye drawing 6` src=`https://photos-e.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs171.snc3/19878_1259608503196_1619167147_30613233_4245736_n.jpg` alt=`fearful eye drawing 6` width=`604` height=`339` /></p>  <p>Step 6- Shade the area above the upper eyelid and below the eyebrow. The darkest shading in this part should be immediately above the eyelid. Gradually shade lighter as you approach the eyebrow.</p>  <p><img title=`drawing facial expression fear eye step by step 7` src=`https://photos-h.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs191.snc3/19878_1259608543197_1619167147_30613234_8310723_n.jpg` alt=`drawing facial expression fear eye step by step 7` width=`604` height=`339` /></p>  <p>Step 7- Shade in the eyebrow. It should be similar in tone to the area above the eyelid.</p>  <p><img title=`fearful eye fear eye drawing 8` src=`https://photos-b.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs191.snc3/19878_1259608583198_1619167147_30613235_392553_n.jpg` alt=`fearful eye fear eye drawing 8` width=`604` height=`339` /></p>  <p>Step 8- Shade in the upper eyelid and the eyelashes. The lashes should be slightly lighter than the pupil.</p>  <p><img title=`fearful eye drawing finished` src=`https://photos-c.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs171.snc3/19878_1259616343392_1619167147_30613264_4515068_n.jpg` alt=`fearful eye drawing finished` width=`604` height=`339` /></p>  <p>Step 9- Shade in the lower eyelid slightly darker than the upper eyelid. Remember if you want a print version of this lesson, download the PDF- CLICK HERE</p>  <p><img title=`fearful eye step by step guide` src=`https://hphotos-snc3.fbcdn.net/hs191.snc3/19878_1259608623199_1619167147_30613236_1099877_n.jpg` alt=`fearful eye step by step guide` width=`406` height=`604` /></p> Talk Nerdy to Me. Talk Nerdy to me by Merrill Kazanjian Artwork: Leprechauns. <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;    /* 728x15, created 2/3/10 */    google_ad_slot = `1049141337`;    google_ad_width = 728;    google_ad_height = 15;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p>  <p>  <object width=`425` height=`344` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/TvKlYn-_6ts&hl=en_US&fs=1&` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/TvKlYn-_6ts&hl=en_US&fs=1&` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p>Top of the morning to ya! In March 2009, I created this artwork to celebrate St. Patricks Day. Yhere isn`t enough artwork out there about Leprechauns...so I decided to contribute some funny work! 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Eye Worksheet 2. <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* Across top */  google_ad_slot = `1049141337`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 15;  // --></script>  <script src=`http://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p> Eye Worksheet 1. Artmorph- Addiction: Winehouse, Trix Rabbit, Golum, Sonny (Cocoa Puffs), Lohan. <p>  <object width=`640` height=`385` data=`https://www.youtube.com/v/SjRp-pBlXAw?fs=1&hl=en_US` type=`application/x-shockwave-flash`>  <param name=`allowFullScreen` value=`true` />  <param name=`allowscriptaccess` value=`always` />  <param name=`src` value=`https://www.youtube.com/v/SjRp-pBlXAw?fs=1&hl=en_US` />  <param name=`allowfullscreen` value=`true` />  </object>  </p>  <p>  <script type=`text/javascript`><!--  google_ad_client = `pub-6730899040960500`;  /* Across top */  google_ad_slot = `1049141337`;  google_ad_width = 728;  google_ad_height = 15;  // --></script>  <script src=`https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js` type=`text/javascript`></script>  </p>  <p>Above: One of Merrill`s CRAZY artworks!</p>  <p>Below: The software that I used to make it.</p>  <form action=`https://www.jdoqocy.com/interactive` enctype=`application/x-www-form-urlencoded` method=`get`>  <table style=`width: 600px;` border=`0` cellspacing=`0` cellpadding=`5`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td width=`10%` valign=`top`><img src=`https://store.corel.com/wcsstore/CorelMasterCatalog//upload/boxshots/paint_shop_pro_photo_X3_generic_3d_rt.gif` border=`0` alt=`Paintshop Pro Photo X3` /></td>  <td valign=`top`>  <p><strong><span style=`font-size: medium;`>Paintshop Pro Photo X3</span></strong></p>  <p><span style=`font-size: x-small;`>Merrill`s Opinion: I have used an older version of this software for years. It has EVERYTHING that I need to make Photomanipulations (as I did in the video above). The software is currently on sale at a great price right now. Check it out! Tell them that Merrill sent you! :)</span></p>  <hr />  <input name=`trkid` type=`hidden` value=`CJ` /> <input name=`pid` type=`hidden` value=`3724826` /> <input name=`aid` type=`hidden` value=`10707330` /> <input name=`cjsku` type=`hidden` value=`PK_TS13ESD` /> <input name=`sid` type=`hidden` value=`2858963` /> <input name=`url` type=`hidden` value=`https://apps.corel.com/store/productpage.asp?partnumber=OL_TS13&quantity=1&cur=USD&store=US&trkid=CJ? ?` /> <input type=`submit` value=`Buy` /></td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </form>  <p><img src=`https://www.awltovhc.com/image-3724826-10707330` border=`0` alt=`` width=`1` height=`1` />   <table style=`width: 624px; height: 46px;` border=`0`>  <tbody>  <tr>  <td>The New Face of Addiction- If you are expecting to see a painted still life, or some flowers, or a drawing of a deer frolicking through a field, your watching the wrong video. I actually might do a tutorial on one of those someday, but today, im going to have some fun. I am going to merge the likenesses of, The Cookie Monster, The Trix Rabbit, Gollum, Lindsay Lohan and Amy Winehouse and that Cracked out Bird from Cocoa Puffs in to a painting......I don`t exactly expect anyone to throw this artwork over their couch, but thats OK because the creative process is my addiction. The printer that I used (sold a kidney to buy) was the HP Designjet 1500.</td>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </p>