How to Draw martial artist Bruce Lee (face, body and shading)

When you think of martial arts, only one name comes to mind, and no… we're not talking about Steven Seagal or Chuck Norris. We're talking about Bruce Lee, the epitome of martial arts. Not only was he the best martial artist known to man, he was also an accomplished actor, instructor, director, producer, screenwriter, and philosopher. But there was one thing he wasn't. An artist. Okay, he was a "martial artist", but he wasn't a visual artist, master of the pencil, kind of the drawing world… but you are.

In this three-part video, you will be trained to be deadly with a pencil… by drawing Bruce Lee, step-by-step. You will need your paper, your pencil, a tortillon, and a paint brush. The first video focuses on Bruce Lee's head, while the second video goes through the process of drawing his body. But beware, the beginning of video two pits karate master Bob Ross against Merrill in his studio. Who will win? The third video gives an extended shading tutorial for cross-hatching and using the tortillon.

Simply follow these instructions and eat fish heads twice per day and you will have no problems with your drawing. If you do not like fish heads, try this resource with words and pictures. Simply download and print, and you will not need the protein content of the fish heads.

(1) Part 1 of 3 - How to Draw martial artist Bruce Lee (face, body and shading), (2) Part 2 of 3 - How to Draw martial artist Bruce Lee (face, body and shading), (3) Part 3 of 3 - How to Draw martial artist Bruce Lee (face, body and shading)

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