|Uploaded:||January 4, 2012|
|Updated:||January 4, 2012|
Hello one and all, and welcome back to another fun lesson that is going to knock the socks off of some of you members and visitors. Today’s tutorials are going to be fun, challenging, and some will even be a bit simple. I will start things off with a submission of something beautiful. To begin, we will tackle the task of learning "how to draw The Phantom", step by step. I recently became a fan of this movie a few months ago and the reason why I did a tutorial on it, is because I was browsing through some images on Google looking for a good mask that me and my eight year old sister could paper Mache a replica from. We worked on a neat first time project that she has never done before. To my surprise the Phantom of the Opera mask popped up and I was instantly drawn to the white half mask with the faint rose faded off in the distance. After we made a paper Mache, I went to work and began a new journey. I love the way that the face came out looking and I hope you guys like this lesson. It was not requested by any member or visitor recently, but I think I may have gotten a request for it in the past. Of course anyone who has watched the movie or seen the actual opera knows that ‘The Phantom’ is not the real name for the character. The 2004 movie redo was the one I watched. It starred Gerard Butler as The Phantom, and he is the disfigured genius that lives in the Paris Opera House as he haunts the dwelling as well. He falls for a young girl named Christine and he then decides to take her under his wing to teach her how to sing with her amazing opera singing voice. I really loved the movie and I hope you guys will enjoy drawing The Phantom too. I shall return with more drawing fun so try to stay tuned in. Adios people and enjoy!