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Description: There is an actress that is being called the next Angelina Jolie because of her stunning good looks, and her appearance that she has on screen. I actually sketched out this portrait a few days ago, but I'm just getting around to submitting it now. I will teach you “how to draw Megan Fox, step by step”. Her full name is Megan Denise Fox and she was born in Oak Ridge, Tennessee on May 16, 1986. She was brought up in a very strict household, so strict in fact, she wasn't allowed to have a boyfriend. Megan continued to live with her mother and stepfather until she made enough money to live on her own. At the age of thirteen she began modeling and won several awards. She continued to go after an acting career and then later landed a role in the Mary Kate and Ashley movie “Holiday in the Sunday” in 2001. After that she appeared in a total of one hundred twenty two episodes of “Ocean Ave”. As far as making her film debut, Megan co-stared in the movie “Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen” that starred Lindsay Lohan. Her big break came when she was starred in the motion picture “Transformers” when she played the love interest of Shia LaBeouf's character Sam Witwicky, named Mikaela Banes. Transformers opened many doors for Megan Fox, making her one of the sexiest woman alive according to several magazines. This sketch of Ms. Fox took me about two hours to complete and I still have to tweak it a bit. I will do that later but for now I just wanted to get the tutorial submitted so that all you fans, and artists can learn “how to draw Megan Fox, step by step”. If you like you can tweak the sketch yourself and draw a portrait of this female actress adding your own personal touches. The main reason why I chose to draw Megan Fox is because I bought the movie “Jennifer's Body”, and it was awesome I totally recommend you guys watching it. Well that does it for me, I will be back with two more drawing lessons for you all. Peace out and happy drawing!