|Date Added: February 27, 2011|
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Description: So I was watching TV yesterday and this commercial came on for an upcoming movie that is going to be in theaters March 4th. The funny thing is I really thought it was a commercial for a mini series, but instead it was in fact a movie. When the trailer was over I said to myself, “this is going to be a big hit”! That is why I am submitting this character you see before you now. I'm going to show you "how to draw Kyle Kingson" from the movie Beastly. It is a modern day fairytale about a guy that has it all, but he also has this arrogance and stuck up personality. Kyle thinks he is Gods gift to woman, and that is one of the reasons why he goes through a life changing transformation, because he uses people that cross his path. One day as he shows how rude, and disrespectful he can be to a classmate, who he later finds out that that classmate was in fact a witch that would cast a year long spell on him. The witch is played by Mary-Kate Olson, and she transforms the beautiful Kyle into a hideous monster and tells him that he has one year to find someone that will love him as the ugly beast he is. Now that his life changes, he keeps to himself and becomes the very person that he despises, a lonely, powerless ugly soul with no social life. Feeling hopeless that he will remain the ugly beast he is because no one could possibly see past his appearance, he starts to give up until one day his life changed once again. Lindy Owens gives him hope that she just might be the one to break the spell. Lindy is played by Vanessa Hudgens, and together with Alex Pettyfer they are part of the epic tale of today's Beauty and the Beast. The movie is based on the 2007 novel by Alex Flinn 'Beastly', and to tell you the truth, I can't wait to see it. Alex Pettyfer went through seven hours of make-up every time he dressed for his role as the beastly version of Kyle. He had to sit through sixty seven prosthetic pieces being set in place, as well as sixty different tattoos and scars that had to be painted on his body. I think the character creation of the beast version of Kyle came out awesome, and I had so much fun sketching him out as the monster he portrays. If you are familiar with the book, or are anxious to see the movie, you will have great fun learning "how to draw Alex Pettyfer" or Beastly step by step. This is my favorite drawing of the day, so it will remain at the top of the page. Have fun guys and let me know what you think!