Description: Did you hear? There is a brand new movie coming out for 2012 and it is going to be a blast. How many of you are fans of the Marvel Comics character Ghost Rider? I know I absolutely love the first movie even though I was never a fan of the comic book series. In 2012 Ghost rider: Spirit of Vengeance is going to be hitting theaters around the world. Yes Nicolas Cage is returning as Johnny Blaze, but as of right now, I’m not sure if Eva Mendes is returning to play Johnny’s love interest. I love Nicolas Cage as an actor and everything he is in I enjoy watching. He was a trip in Peggy Sue Got Married, and he was even more hilarious in Raising Arizona. I love the way he flips out in films, as well as his sarcastic personality and attitude. Ghost Rider is going to be a blockbuster hit (I hope) and I will probably go and see it when it hits the theaters. I know I already have a lesson on "<em>how to draw Ghost Rider</em>", step by step, but in all honesty it is horrible. It is a drawing that was done in 2008 and at the time I could draw well, but I didn’t have a steady hand yet when drawing on a tablet. Four years later I’m almost a pro with making drawing on a computer screen, and here I am showing all you how to draw. I want to thank all you loyal members that have been with Dragoart since the beginning, as well as those of you that have joined us here recently. Have fun with drawing Ghost rider, and I will be back with more for you all to enjoy. Peace out people and have fun!
Description: Using the face guides that you made in step one, draw in the eyes in a very serious or disturbing manner like so, and then sketch in the nose holes. Draw some bone detailing along the temples and then add some detailing under the bottom parts of the eye lining.
Description: Now that almost all of the skull is drawn out, you can begin sketching out the firey flames that surround the head. This is normal when Johnny Blaze is in his Ghost Rider form. Take your time so the flames come out awesome.
Description: Almost done guys, just have to finish off the face. Sketch in the lower part of the face which is the entire jaw, and chin. Once that is done, sketch in the teeth both top and bottom rows, and then draw in the neck each vertebra at a time.
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