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
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
Is the first time I try to draw water. I chose this photo because I thought it was a great challenge for me. Truth is like puzzle, find out how to make water effect. I have taken several days, because it's a picture that I got tired mentally. But finally it is finished.
Tools: -pencils: 2H, HB 2B y 8B -brush and stump -electric eraser -paper: Guarro technical drawing. DIN A4
This is one of the first drawings I have made with more than one person in it. From the left is Tuco Salamanca played by Raymond Cruz, Walter White played by Bryan Cranston and Jesse Pinkman played by Aaron Paul.
This is probably the most difficult drawing I have made, mostly because I had to draw three faces on 5.7 x 5.7 inches paper, and I also really struggled to draw the blurred effect on Walters face.
I used about 8-10 hours to create this drawing. I used a 4B and 6H pencil, an eraser, blending stump and tissue for blending.
*** PLS NOTE: This is only 5.5 x 7 inches, so BOTH VIEWS are larger than the drawing
This is Bryan Cranston as "Walter White" on AMC's show BREAKING BAD.
SIZE: 5.5 x 7 inches PAPER: Bristol Smooth 300 series PENCILS: Staedtler 3B, 2B, B, HB, F, H TIME: about 10 hours
Keep in mind this drawing is only 5.4 x 7 inches, so details will get lost when viewing larger. VIEW ZOOMED DETAILS IN A LARGE HIGH RES PIC HERE: twitpic.com/6v1asw WHEN THERE - CLICK "VIEW FULL SIZE"
PS - his right pupil (our left) was not exactly rounded on both sides in the reference photo, and I drew it that way. Wishing I had corrected it now. Like someone once told me, if it looks strange in a photo, it will look even stranger in your drawing. Sometimes we need to take a little artistic license and change it to look more natural?
CHECK out what Vince Gilligan (creator of the show) sent me when he saw my BB drawings It Currently hangs at the Breaking Bad offices