|Date Added: January 7, 2012|
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Description: I sort of saved the best for last when it came to my tutorial day. I know I showed you guys how I drew and painted Zach Galifianakis, but here is the actual tutorial in a step by step process that is without a doubt one of my favorite portrait drawings I have ever done. I’m using this new drawing technique to try and make the portraits easier to replicate when you follow the tutorial. To end the tutorial day I will show you guys "how to draw Zach Galifianakis", step by step. I know a lot of you guys are familiar with Zach from the film ‘The Hangover’, and I agree with you all when you say that it is an awesome movie. But to tell you the truth, I became a fan of Zach when I first seen him in ‘Due Date’. He starred with Robert Downey Jr. and I have to say that they made one heck of a pair. Once I watched Due Date I was addicted and wanted to watch more movies that starred Zach Galifianakis. That is when I rented and later bought Hangover, and then watched some episodes of ‘Between Two Ferns’. I watched most of the interviews that he conducted, and one of my three favorites where with Will Farrell, Natalie Portman, and Sean Penn. Of course I enjoyed all the interviews especially the one with Ben Stiller and Michael Cera. Zach began his acting career back in 1996 when he played the role of a stoner on a short lived sitcom named 'Boston Common'. He later went on to co-star in other films such as Bubble Boy, Super High Me, and one of my favorites, Corky Romano. My love for his outrageous and outspoken personality became even stronger when I watched ‘The Hangover II’ the other day. I have to say, part two was so much better than part one, and I think it’s because it was more raw and crude. Believe me when I say that I absolutely love Zach Galifianakis as an actor and comedian. He is my number one favorite and I can’t wait to see this North Carolina native in more films in the future. I hope you like this lesson on Drawing Zach Galifianakis as much as I did creating him. I will be back tomorrow with some more fun and exciting lessons for you all so come back around.