I have been prolonging the task of filling a request made by so many people. The only reason why I didn’t make a tutorial on "how to draw Logan Lerman", step by step earlier, is because I just didn’t feel like drawing his face. It’s not that he annoys me or anything, it’s more like he looks like another actor that I’m not a fan of. Have you ever looked at Logan Lerman and noticed that he looks just like Christian Slater? If you’re unsure who Christian Slater is, just Google the name and you will find out exactly who I’m talking about. When Logan plays Percy Jackson, he acts and sounds just like Slater so much, I started to think that maybe it was his son or something. Anyways, Logan Lerman was born on July 19, 1992 in Beverly Hills California. Right away he already has the upper hand to stardom just by being a Beverly Hills baby. Like all actors Logan began loving films and knew at an early age that he wanted to be an actor. He started out his career by doing commercials at first during the nineties, and then worked alongside Mel Gibson as one of his sons in the movie 'The Patriot'. It doesn’t stop there, instead of playing the son of Mel Gibson’s character; he actually played a younger version of Gibson in ‘What Women Want’. His acting career was on track and the more he put his name and face out there, the more jobs kept coming in. I never knew this, but Logan Lerman was actually in one of my favorite movies ‘The Butterfly Effect’. He played the seven year old version of Ashton Kutcher’s character Evan. Now even though he has been in some pretty good flicks that I could watch a few times over, his most noted film that actually made him a pop culture star is as you may know ‘Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief’. Now that you know a little bit about this black haired blue eyed star, it’s time to learn "how to draw Logan Lerman". I know you have been waiting a long time for him, so now here he is. Have fun guys, and let me know what you think. Peace people and try to stay cool today during the heat wave.