Chris Brown drawing
The first step I always take when drawing a picture is creating a contour outline of the figure or image I am attempting to draw. Notice I did say attempt because I do not claim to be the perfect or best visual artist or drawer.
This is a Chris brown drawing I doodled, it took me about 30 minutes to complete. What do you think of it? I think it’s good and art. I like doing rough sketches because I don’t have to worry much about the flaws or making the picture perfect. Art is an expression and does not always have to be the most define art piece or artwork. In this Chris Brown drawing I wanted to show the value of not needing to over-expressed shading or blending, but leaving a drawing or sketch as it is.
Chris Brown drawing
In the second step in drawing I begin with a slight bit of shading, but not too much value. I do not attempt to tackle or imply 3 dimensional technique shading to the images.
The final step in Drawing Chris Brown
The final step in finished any drawing like this Chris Brown Drawing is completing the shading where you want to apply it subtle. Signing and any additional decorative drawing or sketches to make it your own artwork. The picture is then completed.
Chris Brown have blown up to a major superstar, even despite the point that hindered his career from being even more phenomenal. That is the past because I believe the public have forgiven Chris Brown because of what happened.
Even though his image have totally changed to a bad boy image, people still enjoy the music he puts out as a musician and his amazing ability and talent to dance the way he does.
I remember talks of Chris Brown being compared to Michael Jackson in dancing, but I personally think he has surpassed the legendary musician Michael Jackson in dancing. I would not say vocally or musically, but I must give Chris credit because he can dance like no other person in this world.
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I am a visual artist, graphic designer, and blogger of Kenalsworld. I have enjoyed creating art since the age of 4 and continued to pursue a career in graphic design, animation, and music. I compose digital drawings as well as real mediums, such as acrylic, graphite drawings, watercolor, pastel and oil. Art is a big part of my life and I am glad to be able to share it with my blog viewers and potentially the world.I appreciate every visitor that visits my website so be sure to follow me below on Twitter and Facebook.
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