|Date Added: May 14, 2009|
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Description: Another reason why my day is so hectic is because I am always filling request for my DragoArt buddies that need my assistance in some way, shape or form. This next tutorial is being submitted out of request by a DragoArt member. In fact this was requested a long time ago and I finally got around to filling it. For those of you that like music (everybody does), I will show you “how to draw a Celtic knot the Breaking Benjamin symbol step by step”. Breaking Benjamin is an American hard rock band that formed in 1998 in a town called Wilkes-Barre Pennsylvania by two dudes named Benjamin Burnley who happens to be the lead singer of the band and Jeremy Hummel the drummer. I personally don't listen to their music so I couldn't tell you how they sound because I don't know. I may have heard a song or two from them and not realized that it was Breaking Benjamin but other than that, no clue. I am actually reading up on the bands progress and how they got started. When they first started out they had a local following that pretty much lead them to fame. As a matter of fact, it was a fan that gave Breaking Benjamin the idea for a stage name. I can't get into specifics, but Benjamin broke a mic that belonged to someone else. Anyway, in 2007 they released their first single called “Breath” from their third album “Phobia”. After that they appeared on Jay Leno and they also started opening for some already popular bands. Breaking Benjamin started touring with Godsmack and from there fortune and fame arose. Now since you are learning how to draw the bands symbol, you should know that it came from a tattoo book found by a fan. It is a Celtic knot with a bit of alteration added. It is suppose to be two letter “B's” which of course stands for Breaking Benjamin. This tutorial will show you “how to draw a Celtic knot the Breaking Benjamin symbol step by step”. I will be back in a while so stay tuned in for two more drawing tutorials. Peace out and keep on drawing.