How to draw eyes--THE END RESULT IS BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

17 Diagrams That Will Help You Draw (Almost) Anything

How to draw eyes. As an artist I have always found the eyes difficult to draw, now you can learn step by step!

Here I like the way the feet are positioned and want to draw inspiration from this for my own drawings with the shading but also how I could manipulate the negative space surrounding and in the centre to put something else into the image

Here I like the way the feet are positioned and want to draw inspiration from this for my own drawings with the shading but also how I could manipulate the negative space surrounding and in the centre (Step Drawing Pencil)

Watercolor

Marion Bolognesi: I& a big fan of Bolognesi& watercolor paintings because they break the mold of traditional watercolor portraits.

Faces by  Marion Bolognesi

Faces by Marion Bolognesi- we did a study of this in school on famous people, and included subtle imagery. I painted Oscar Wilde

Saatchi Online Artist: Innes McDougall; Watercolor, 2012, Painting "Good and Evil"

Reminds me of a Joni Mitchell lyric: "part of you pours out of me, in these lines from time to time) (Saatchi Online Artist: Innes McDougall; Watercolor, Painting "Good and Evil")

Look at her face melting off in lines... Saatchi Online Artist Yuliya Vladkovska;Painting scheiss #makeup #art

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Saatchi Online Artist: KwangHo Shin; Oil, 2013, Painting "[139] untitled oil on canvas 53.0 x 45.6 cm 2013 [Exhibition]"

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This has given me the idea of creating a series of pictures of one facial feature, of 3-4 generations, e,g, eye, ear, nose. I currently plan to use my grandfather, father, and myself.

Eye studies (F). Recognizes and develops art making as a risk-taking process that incorporates existing knowledge, brainstorming, planning, discovery of unexpected connections, and recognition of serendipity

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