Welcome back to another fun tutorial that is going to be based on one of Hollywood’s leading ladies and legends. I was looking at some of the video tutorials that others have uploaded from Youtube to see if there were any actresses or actors that I have not yet made into a tutorial. After trying to choose between several faces, I ultimately went ahead and chose one that is both beautiful and full of light. Today I will be showing you "how to draw Audrey Hepburn", step by step. Even though I didn’t grow up back in the thirties, forties, or fifties, I still enjoy watching black and white films as well as classics that are on the ‘do not miss’ list. Audrey Hepburn is one of those actresses that seemingly remain alive even though she has passed on. She was born Audrey Kathleen Ruston on May 4, 1929 in Brussels. Her career began in 1945 after the war ended. She moved to Amsterdam and while she lived there she began taking ballet lessons. She appeared in a travel film called ‘Dutch in Seven Lessons’. In the beginning Audrey wanted to become a ballerina but because she was tall, and didn't have adequate nutrition, becoming a ballerina was short lived. Instead she decided to take the advice of Marie Rambert to start an acting career. Her acting career didn’t take off unto the fifties when she was noticed by a scout who worked for Paramount Pictures. Her first big movies were ‘The Secret People’, and it was in this film that she played a ballerina and did all her own dancing. She then landed the lead role in the play Gigi which made her that much more popular. Before she knew it, she was being asked to play in other feature films like ‘Roman Holiday’, Sabrina, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, The Nuns Story, My Fair Lady, Charade, and some others I don’t know off hand. Her beauty was flawless and her personality was like that of a fallen angel. I really enjoy making this lesson on drawing Audrey Hepburn, and I hope all you fans like this tutorial too. Thanks so much for joining me once again, peace out and enjoy!