|Date Added: March 18, 2010|
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Description: Remember when I said that I was going to submit a lesson on a famous professional wrestler? Well, here it is. He is one of the WWE Smackdown's main guys, and he is one hundred percent crazy. Today I am going to show you “how to draw Jeff Hardy", step by step. He was born on August 31, 1977 which makes him around thirty three years old as we speak. Some people ask or wonder if that is his real name, and to give some of you the answer to that question, it's yes. His full name is Jeffery Nero Hardy, and he is from Cameron, North Carolina. In the beginning, Harding started out as being nothing more then a “jobber”. This is a wrestler that always losses to make the opposite opponent appear to be stronger. He was jobbing all the way up to 1997, and when 1998 rolled around, he finally had his day at a major run. Hardy and his brother Matt formed their own federation and they named it “TWF” which is short for “Trampoline Wrestling Federation”. As they both traveled throughout the East Coast, they worked for all different types of companies. Now, it was before they reached the WWF when they started “OMEGA”, Organization of Modern Extreme Grappling Arts. They took off. The Hardy Boys was formed and from the years 1998 to 2002, they started working with WWF. To me, Hardy always had this Gothic style about him. He wore Tripp pants, torn and net arms socks, almost always dressed in black, painted his nails black, and he even painted his face to look dark, and intimidating. Now I'm not a big wrestling fan by all means, but I know when certain acts are popular when it comes to wrestling because my ten year old brother is into that stuff. According to my brother, each wrestler has what you call “signature moves”. These are wrestling moves that make these performers animated, and unique. I asked my bro what types of moves Hardy had and this is what he said, baseball dive, plancha, mule kick, sitout jawbreaker, and twist of fate which happens to be a finishing move. I have to say, my brother really did like this tutorial, and he even used the lesson to teach himself “how to draw Jeff Hardy”. I think you fans will like this submission, and for all you that have been waiting for this drawing, I hope you enjoy it. Peace peeps, and have a happy drawing day!