Painting Realistic Eyes
Hello! Let's observe eyes
What you'll need
Acrylic paint
3x4" Canvas
Paint Brushes And Water
Start drawing
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Continue to work back and forth.
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Background color is a mixture of browns.
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Keep the crease the darkest.
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Mix a grey for the whites of the eyes.
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Green and red make brown, I'm starting with that.
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Add orange/brown to irises.
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Paint the skin below eyes, and make the lower lid edge the lightest.
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Try to make your black pupils as round as you can.
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Make the outer edges of irises the darkest.
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Put different colors in iris, in a "sunburst" technique
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Add bright white for reflection.
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Dark brown/black mixture used along top lashline, then added lashes.
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Bottom lashline has little lines and dots for lashes.
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