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Arron Paul holding my latest drawing of same :D

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So...I finally got a photo of Aaron Paul holding the drawing I sent him :D:D

HOW *$&%@ COOL IS THIS?!?!? :D:D

Here is the drawing
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This was on my front porch this morning. Rosebud Magazine in California asked that I draw Jack for an article they did on him.

VIEW the FULL ARTICLE HERE: [link]

I felt like Steve Martin in THE JERK haha. "The new phone book's here! The new phone book's here! I'm somebody now! Millions of people look at this book everyday! I'm in print! Things are going to start happening to me now!!" (cut to a sniper shooting at him lol)

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Dean Norris (Hank Schrader) from Breaking Bad holding my Drawing! He gave me a Twitter follow as a thank you! :D

The original is framed in his house, so he printed out a copy from the digital file. Looks like he printed it larger than is really is, but the details held?

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This is Luis Moncada with the drawing I sent him. He has been on Dexter, The Fast & Furious, etc, but is maybe best most known for his role as Marcus Salamanca, one of Tuco Salamanca's cousins (twin Cartel Killer) on Breaking Bad - Season 3 - episodes 1 - 6

Follow him on www.Twitter.com/LuisMoncada77

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SEE my Breaking Bad Drawing FOLDER [link]
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Maximino Arciniega aka Krazy-8 on Breaking Bad with my drawing I sent to him :D:D
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This is most DEFFENTLY THEE best concert I have ever seen. EVER. Will remember this like it was yesterday forever. :heart: Rammstein :heart:

Once again apologies for the quality, I had to zoom a bit.

Picture was taken at Rammstein concert at Manchester, 2nd Febuary 2010.

Photo taken by Me :iconmrsdaisuke:
Camera Used Sony Cyber-shot
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NO THESE ARE NOT MY DRAWINGS. JUST REFERENCE PHOTOS FOR MY FUTURE DRAWINGS, HA!!!

Want to know what I'm drawing next? Most likely, it will be one of these 15 people. I've got dozens saved for my future drawings, but I went as far as to print the reference photos for these. I just don't know what order they will be?

I always get ppl asking me who I'm drawing next. Besides the other 75 I have on my computer, these are most likely next
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SEE MY BLOG POST ABOUT THEM HERE [link]

I just had to share this! I discovered that using these RUBBER tipped "color shapers" for blending can be just the right tool for certain effects. They are really made for painting, but I'm always looking for things you can also use for drawing, and got the idea from a fellow artist. We all know how blending stumps work, but they remove some of the graphite when you blend.

These do not. I've had one for over a year, but I didn't really discover a good use for it until recently. NOW, I'm going to need to buy assorted sizes!

View OR buy them here: [link]

I'm sure you can buy them other places online, in case Blicks doesn't ship over-seas?
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WIP Ben Linus
Step-by-Step doc here: [link]

From my TIP GUIDE:
"A LOT of people ask me, HOW DO YOU COMPLETE SO MANY DRAWINGS? It's because I draw so small! Yes, size does matter in drawing! I read that if you make a drawing just 20% larger, will take up to 50% more time to draw. So a drawing that takes me 10 hours, would take me 15 hours if I only increased it by 20% in size! I spend at least 10 minutes JUST planning the perfect size of the drawing. First, I set my printer on draft setting, and I print 2 or 3 test prints of the reference photo, then I compare them to my past drawings, and based on that, I can pretty much tell how much time it's going to take me to draw!

This helps me to determine how long it will take, and how much detail I can fit into a certain space. I have personally found that the IDEAL size for ME is to keep the total face size between 5 to 6 INCHES from the hairline to the bottom of the chin. If itís TOO big, there are too many details to ignore, it will take forever to finish, and I also find that the larger size affects my wrist motion while blending. If it is too small, then obviously you cannot draw the details. However, there is a perfect size, at least in my mind, which is the perfect compromise of time vs. details allowed. For ME, it is about finding this balance, between the level of details and how long it takes me to complete, because I personally loose interest fast, and want to move on to a new subject. I have my total AVERAGE drawing time down to somewhere between 6 to 8 hours."

To view my TIP GUIDE in FULL go here: [link]
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