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Uploaded: February 5, 2017
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Intermediate  Intermediate Skill Level
Steps: 6
Updated: January 24, 2012
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So here is the cool tutorial that I have been working on for the past three days. It is on a singer/director that has made a huge name for himself. Today, I will be showing you "how to draw Rob Zombie", step by step. He was born Robert Cummings and he is from Haverhill, Massachusetts despite what you may have thought before. It was a shock to me to see that he comes from a New England state because New England is my hometown as well. There is not much information about Rob from his early life, but he started in 1985 with a noise rock band named ‘White Zombie’. What White Zombie was best known for was their songs and the meaning of them. Instead of writing and singing about actual life, they sing about fantasy style stuff or about things that have to do with nothing at all. White Zombie made a name for themselves because they were together from 1985 all the way to 1998. Sometime in 1998 he started doing solo work and from there he went by the name Rob Zombie. After spending time as a music performer, he moved onto directing. His directing debut was ‘House of 1000 Corpses’ which was as the title suggests a horror film. I have seen the movie and thought that it was a bit disturbing. He went on to do the sequel ‘The Devils Rejects’, and like with House of 1000 Corpses, he wrote and directed that film as well. Other films that Rob was involved in were things like Grindhouse, a remake of Halloween, as well as Halloween II. Besides being known for his horror movies, we know his music from films like ‘Bride of Chucky’. Some think that he is an old man, but in reality, Rob Zombie is only forty seven years old. Anyways, the most difficult part to making this drawing was breaking down the steps. Because he has so much darn hair, I had a hard time figuring out a good way to break down his hair in steps. I think I may have got it, but I’ll let you guys be the judge. So I hope you have fun with drawing Rob Zombie, I will be back with another cool lesson in a bit Peace out people, and enjoy!