Aaron Paul tweeted this link to his 500,000 followers on Twitter today! Result: Over 6,000 views in the first DAY, ha!
BE SURE to view ALL my BREAKING BAD DRAWINGS in this FOLDER [link]
The UN-enlarged view is ACTUAL SIZE of the drawing. I just mailed Aaron the original drawing 2/2/13
Aaron holding my first Jesse Pinkman drawing Aaron holding this drawing Aaron tweeting about my latest drawing The drawing hanging in his parent's home [link] Ran into Aaron at Hard Rock 2010 at our son "Andrew Belle's performance Dean Norris with my drawing I also have pics of Krazy-8 (Maximino Arciniega) [link] and Skinny Pete (Charles Baker) [link] with my drawings
His hoodie took me longer to draw than his face! I'm happy with the texture, which I did by first laying a base with B & 2B. Then some light "spot blending", followed by using a SOFT 5B (I roughened the surface with sandpaper) & used an Overhand Grip. I then "point shaped" a kneaded eraser and "Blue Tac" to highlight
SIZE: 7x8.25 inches TIME: about 12 hours MEDIUM: Bristol Smooth 300 series by Strathmore PENCILS: HB, B, 2B, 5B, H, 2H BLENDING: Stumps, Cotton, Q-tips, Make-up Sponge, Sponge swabs, Color Shaper
Not a Rambo freak or anything like that, ha! I just ran across this a while back, and saved it b/c I liked the range of contrast. It's pretty small, about 4.5x5 inches (11x13cm)
I couldn't really tell what was going on in the photo in his hand area? So I did the best I could.
I've been drawing on Strathmore Bristol Smooth, but their 400 series vs the 300 series, which is thicker. I think the 400 thinner paper is a little harder to get perfectly black areas? Maybe b/c it's thinner and the tooth is harder to crush? Or maybe it crushes too much? Who knows, just a thought...
This is RJ Mitte who play Walter White's son, Walt Jr on my FAV show Breaking Bad!
He was willing to follow me on Twitter in exchange for me drawing him, and of course he's gonna send me a photo of him with it He makes the 8th Breaking Bad Actor to follow me on Twitter
He's really a great guy! I loved doing something a little different with this one, rather than my traditional straight-on head shots. The challenges here was drawing so small, due to the photo quality, along with drawing a PROFILE and trying to capture his "eyes" in such a little space. His whole is only approx 4 x 6 inches.
ACTUAL DRAWING SIZE IS IN BETWEEN NORMAL AND ZOOM VIEW
Musician. Drummer for Blink 1-82 Tools: Steadtler pencils, blending stumps, faber castell perfection pencil. A good 9 hours. I need to spend more time on my backgrounds and also a few hours after I think I've finished just to touch it up, but I was getting pretty bored with this piece so I just finished it up quickly. Hope you likes Blink rule!