Dear Expert Village, I would like to know how to draw Will Smith. No problem David, our "artist extraordinaire" Bill Connolly will guide you through it in less than three minutes. Good because I'm in a hurry.
You'll notice straight away that he's laughing as he tells us his name. He's laughing because he thinks we're idiots. You'd have to be one to believe him when he says "I'm going to draw Will Smith from memory" when we can see plain as day it's already on the fucking page. "Start with a lie" that's the first rule of art. If you bother to watch the rest of it then you'll see that even with construction lines it comes out awful, especially the body he throws in.
Ok, so now you're an "artist extraordinaire" you'll probably want a nice English accent, like Dick Van Dyke. Look no further because Tracy Goodwin is an American lady, but an expert in the English accent. Take a look:
Edit: Expert Village took the whole series down from Youtube and their own site -presumably because of all the complaints. I managed to find it and re-upload to dailymotion.
Now you're English, you'll obviously know what a nappy is. This woman is an expert at making them look like a cake:
She's an idiot. Don't watch the whole video. I didn't. I have no idea how it ends. Back now to our art theme and a more advanced lesson with "How to Draw a Dodge Viper in Photoshop":
He already has a picture of the Dodge! He didn't make that. Keep watching as he nails the curvature of the wheel, and ends up with....a black shape. I'm struggling for words here, these videos just sell themselves. Who are these people? Are they being paid? Who classes these as experts? This next video features a man who can do the moonwalk forwards! Why?
Trainers scuffing and squeaking on the floor; very gracious. Lovely flowing movements. Now teach me to play punk rock on the drums.
I'll round this up here with another from Bill Connolly, "Artist and Caricature Extraordinaire" and this time he's drawing Michael Jackson.
What are you laughing at Bill? You can't bare to draw his new face? I'm not surprised. This video was released before Michael Jackson was popular (again). Bill pays tribute in glory with an almost photographic representation of Mr. Jackson from when he was young, gifted and black. A perfect goodbye for any dead pop star. Try it yourself.
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