how to draw al pacino as scarface
Drawing  al pacino as scarface, Added by Dawn, January 13, 2008, 5:41:39 pm
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Uploaded: January 13, 2008
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Intermediate  Intermediate Skill Level
Steps: 16
Updated: January 13, 2008
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“Say hello to my little friend”, the quote that’s been heard around the world from Tony Montana played by Al Pacino. This movie was hands down one of my favorite of all time. I can still remember the first time watching it. I really had second doubts of Pacino being Italian. He played that little Cuban guy like no other role he had in his acting career. Don’t get me wrong Al Pacino is one of the best actors out there today, but the dedication this guy had in this film was phenomenal. Tony Montana was the ultimate character, he was so animated and out spoken and even funny at times. Tony and his partner in crime Manny are different but same in character. Manny is content with their change in fortune, being out of the detention camp with his new green card free to rome the streets and doing what he does best, make petty cash, and be a womanizer. Tony on the other hand wants it all. He doesn’t want to be some dishwasher in a Cuban diner or make petty cash to sustain himself. He wants the world, he wants the money and with the money comes the power and with the power comes the world and all the fruits that it provides. Even though this flick was violent, Montana was only violent we he had to be, being a d.boss and all. I would not recommend that any children watch this movie if they were under 13 years old. Scarface is a classic movie about the struggles in life, and when you finally think you make your still not as happy as you thought you would be. In the end the story was a tragedy. I show you in this tutorial how to draw one of my all time favorite characters Tony Montana. I try to make learning the steps easy but there is a butt load of detail associated with this sketch, so it will take up some time. I scanned this sketch into my comp and worked on it in Photoshop. There was a lot of detailing I couldn’t do but it came out decent enough. Have fun