Okay guys, so here is that lesson I said I had for you all based on a writer who is best known for A Catcher in the Rye. Here is "how to draw J.D. Salinger", step by step. How could I not make a lesson on this legendary American writer. Jerome David Salinger has always been a fella that had a secretive side. He is a solitary man that doesn't care much for the public eye. He loves his solitude so much, the last interview he gave was back in 1980. J.D. began writing short stories when he was young and in 1951 Catcher in the Rye was published. For those of you that read the book you should know what it's about, but for those of you that haven't had the chance to read it yet, its about a young man named Holden Caulfield who struggles with the everyday stresses of dealing with alienation and loss of innocence. I read half the book and I can tell you that it is definitely a book that you sink right into. It is extremely hard to stop reading Catcher in the Rye once you start because Holden is such a tragic character. The descriptive talk and passion behind each word used in the book is captivating. If there is a time where you feel like you want to read something good, grab a copy of Cather in the Rye and you will understand what I am talking about. Have fun drawing J.D. Salinger folks, I will be back later with more lessons for you all.