|Uploaded:||July 22, 2011|
|Updated:||July 22, 2011|
Hey ho everyone, how are ya‘ll? I’m back and I’m bringing some tutorial love. To start I will upload a lesson on "how to draw Emma Stone", step by step. If the name sounds familiar but you can’t put a face to a name I will aid you in that department. I’m sure a lot of you guys have seen Zombieland, Easy A, The House Bunny, and one of my favorites, Superbad? Well, Emma is in all four of the mentioned films and she plays good roles in every flick. She was born in Scottsdale Arizona, on November 6, 1988. Even though she may look older, Emma Stone is only twenty two years old. Right from a young age she started doing plays and or productions. Some of her early works were done at the Valley Youth Theater, and she was in several different shows including Alice in Wonderland and The Little Mermaid. Fame and fortune started for Stone when she landed a role that started her in show biz. The show was called ‘The New Partridge Family, and even though the series didn’t wind up going anywhere, it didn’t stop her from fulfilling her dreams. The first film that Emma was in she was acting alongside Jonah Hill, Michael Cera, and Christopher Mintz-Plasse, and that movie was one of my favorite, Superbad. She palyed the love interest of Seth who is played by Jonah Hill, and she is really good at acting like a smart, pretty girl that isn’t shallow in any way. Once she starred in Superbad other films seemed to follow along. Soon after she was working with ‘The Office’ star Rainin Wilson in ‘The Rocker’, and then she moved on to doing movies like The House Bunny, Ghosts of Girlfriends Past, Zombieland, Paper Man, Easy A, The Help, Scream 4, and she is also going to be in the new Spider-man movie in 2012, as well as the upcoming movie ‘Friends With Benefits’ starring Justin Timberlake, Mila Kunis, Woody Harrelson, and Patricia Clarkson. I think that Emma Stone is a very talented and even comical actress that lightens up the screen. If you’re a fan of this Hollywood star, you will enjoy learning "how to draw Emma Stone" too. Thanks for joining me guys, and be sure to stay tuned in because I still have more drawing fun coming your way on this heat wave of a day!