|Uploaded:||December 2, 2010|
|Updated:||December 2, 2010|
Hey guys, just quickly submitting a lesson I scrambled up today. I was drawing an eye a few days ago that I very much love. It's been a long time since I've used graphite (about 3 years), which makes me a bit native to the tradition. I've whipped up a few interesting tips that you could possibly use in your drawings! Take note that I sorta rushed at the end since it's almost time for my livestreaming. I would have taken a much longer time if it wasn't for the quota. The paper I used is regular sketching paper (although I highly recommend using regular copy paper). I find that sketch paper is too grainy for graphite. If you're looking to making smooth graphite shading, I would use the standard copy paper. Anyways, I miss drawing traditionally; maybe in the future I'll start it up again and make a few traditional tutorials! This tutorial will gladly teach you “how to sketch eyes”, step by step. There are a few tips to your dispose. Now, the eye I drew in the preview image was drawn a week ago, and is not being drawn in this lesson. I quickly sketched a new one from what I learned in my first attempt. Anyways folks, I hope you'll enjoy this tutorial! Thanks for viewing and good luck with your future graphite drawings!