|Date Added: April 2, 2009|
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Description: Here is one of the lessons that everyone has been waiting for. Since the DVD release of the movie Twilight, so many people have been asking me to submit tutorials on their favorite characters from the movie. Once of my favorite characters is Edward (obviously) and then Jasper. I like Jasper because he is so strange and mysterious and you can see how he struggles to keep his thirst under control. But unfortunately I will not be doing a lesson on Jasper Cullen, instead I will be showing you "how to draw Alice Cullen" from Twilight step by step which is as you know Jasper's better half. Alice is a petite girl that has the capability to see into the future. But her visions are subjective which means that the future she sees can always change based on the choices that are made. In the movie, Alice Cullen is played by Ashley Greene and even though she doesn’t play a big role in the film, she is seen more than any other Cullen. I liked the movie and I think that the character of Edward Cullen is like a modern day James Dean for pop culture teen America. Alice greats and treats Bella with kindness as well as being a very happy go lucky character. Drawing Alice was a very difficult task to do because her face has so much character and detail. Her nose was my biggest challenge as well as making the colored image not look like a sketch. It took me three hours to sketch her out and color her in and in the end I love the way she came out. Now I’m not gonna sugar coat anything, if you are a novice artist it will be very challenging for you to "draw Alice Cullen" successfully. But that certainly doesn’t mean don’t try the lesson, by all means tackle this tutorial with full force until you get the result you’re looking for. Twilight is truly a memorable movie, and it is also a movie that can be watched over and over again.