36 Awesome Eye Drawing Images ! How to draw a realistic eye!

Our one-eye pencil study is divided into four steps to help you better understand the steps in the drawing process. We begin by drawing the outlines of the eyelids, followed by the iris and the surface of the eye, ending with eyebrows, eyelashes, and surrounding shadows that collect everything.

Careful observation is very important when drawing an eye. You must pay close attention to the difference in shape between the upper and lower eyelids.
Each eye is unique and the more accurate your observation is, the more accurate your image becomes.
Bright light of the reflected light should remain as unshaded paper at the beginning of the tone-on-tone drawing. This becomes the brightest element of the eye. This reflection is enhanced by the contrast to the pupil, the darkest element of the eye.
The iris contains a variety of tones and patches that radiate to the center of the pupil. It is usually darker around the outer edge and brightens towards the center, creating a translucent effect.
The last step is to reset the graded tone to the thickness of the viewing cavity and the surrounding area.
The upper eyelid projects a shadow that forms a dark curve on the eyeball. This gradually softens the shaded areas at all corners of the eye.
Gradients are used to mask the outline details and enhance the tone of the eyelids and the environment.
The eyebrows and eyelashes are made of soft and delicate hair; pull it out slightly and pay close attention to the growth direction.

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