|Date Added: January 10, 2011|
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Description: As I browsed through the sports section I saw that Teton found and submitted a lesson on Chuck Liddell which she found from Youtube. Whenever she does this I know she eventually wants me to draw and make a tutorial out of the character in the lesson. So I will fulfill Teton’s request by showing her and all of you, "how to draw Chuck Liddell", step by step. For those of you who are fans of UFC, you already know who this fighting legend is. Chuck Liddell is best known for his amazing arm reach, and superior fighting background. At the age of twelve, pre-teen Chuck began his studding with Koei-Kan which is a style of karate. He grew up in Santa Barbara and according to his bio; he used to be quite the scrapper. While in college he was a Division I wrestler and from then on he was determined that he wanted to pursue a career in fighting. One of the first skills that Chuck Liddell learned when he started his MMA career is Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu under the training hand of John Lewis. He began his UFC fighting debut in 1998, bringing his wrestling skills he learned from college. He is often called The Iceman, and this is mainly due to the fact that he lives without fear. The number one question asked by so many people is “what does it feel like without fear”? His response, "I have no idea, because I have nothing to compare it to. I like fighting, always have”, and that statement comes right from the horse’s mouth as it is written on his official website. One of the things that opponents fear the most when going up against Chuck is his devastating strike. His blow will lay out any man when hit in the right spot. His arms are so long that you would literally have to stand at least three feet back in order to evade a blow from his fists. May 26 2004 is the day that he won the Light Heavyweight Title from Randy Couture as he knocked Couture out in less than two minutes. Unfortunately, he lost his championship title to Quinton “Rampage” Jackson, and even though his pride possession is gone, he is determined to get it back with superior force. I had a lot of fun making a drawing of this famous UFC fighter, and it’s not only because he is now in the UFC Hall of Fame, it’s because he is a great fighter, and I have always been of fan of UFC. I think you will enjoy learning "how to draw Chuck Liddell" especially if you are a fan of this type of sport as well. Peace out people, and try not to knock yourself out as you draw The Iceman.