|Date Added: July 22, 2008|
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Description: Well boys and girls I am back yet again after feeling like I haven’t submitted anything in like forever. Yesterday I was sitting at my desk and I was completely lost on what do for an interesting tutorial (besides the one I’m working on that has already taken me three days). So as I sit there staring at what seemed to be nothing, I glanced up with a quickness and did a double take at the figures I have sitting at the top of my desk. It was then I thought “Yeah cool”, so it was those figures of twenty that I chose my tutorials from. Today I will show you how to draw Homies character Hollywood. I actually did three Homies and all of them are a part of my collection. For those of you that have absolutely no idea what in the world I’m talking about I will give you a brief description of them. First off I’m sure that many of you have been to the supermarket or mall and if you have an extra quarter or two on hand you will stop at the quarter machine to get a gum ball or something of that nature. Well in those very same machines there are those little plastic Latino character doll figures and they are what you call Homies. They also have the dogs from the Dogpond collection as well. The very first character I got out of that quarter vending machine was Hollywood. At first I thought about throwing him away but then I said “hmm what ever” and placed him on the top of my desk. After that day I found my self randomly using my quarters to get a new figure from different locations. The Homies Hollywood actually has a personalized bio believe it or not. He is one of the first characters developed for the figure line. He looks like a sly fella with big combed back hair and a grey tux with his classy looking black shoes and tie. He likes to keep his mustache trimmed and looking as neat as possible. He has a slick personality but stays professional at the same time. Since he is a businessman his income stays flowing in his dressed up pockets. He is an easy character to draw I drew him by looking at him but you will have a much simpler time because I lay him out in easy steps. This tutorial will show you how to draw Homies character Hollywood. I know you will have fun drawing out this suave classy looking Latino fella.