To draw a realistic eye, it is important to observe it very closely. Notice that the iris is not a solid tone, but has streaks of color and is dark around the edge. Observe your subject carefully to identify the patterns of their iris. Take note of the highlights and reflections on the surface of the eye as these alter their appearance.Pencil Sketch Artist in Bangalore – Sketch the Photos.

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At this angle, the inside rim of the lower eyelid is visible, and part of the upper. A broken line is often used when drawing the lower eyelid to indicate this lightness. In a tonal drawing, there may be a highlight.

The ‘whites’ aren’t really white. They have a slight color, you will often notice visible blood vessels, and they are frequently shadowed. Reserve pure white for highlights.

So, every drawing starts with a layin. This phase is usually linear and is focused on proportions and shape design. You want to make sure the the major shapes are the right size and in the right place BEFORE you start adding details.

Most of the time,  layin process involves starting with the biggest shapes and then breaking it up into smaller and smaller shapes. So for an eye, the largest shape, is the eye socket. Start with the angles of the eye brow, side of the nose to bottom of the lid and back around to the side of the socket.

The 2 value stage is very important. Most people want to jump ahead and start rendering details. If you’re advanced, you can do whatever you want, otherwise, one can follow these steps. The 2 value stage involves separating the areas that are directly lit from areas that are in shadow. To clarify, halftones are considered part of the lights, and reflected light is considered part of the shadow.For any doubts or clarification of getting your gifts for your loved ones contact Sketch the Photos Team – Pencil Sketch Artist in Bangalore.

Sometimes  the light is poor or when you’re working from a photo. Adding a little-curved highlight cutting across the pupil and iris, a shadow under the lid or detail to the iris can brighten flat eyes.

  • Don’t automatically outline the lower lid. Quite often, the lower rim is highlighted and only needs to be indicated very lightly.
  • Draw the subtle changes in tone which indicate the eye socket and the planes of the nose and eye brows, which help to set the eyes into the face. If using a line, you can use broken or implied line.

When drawing a portrait, you may not want to get too detailed at first. Instead, work up the whole face, adding more reference points and ensuring that everything fits together. Some people do prefer to focus on a single area at a time. You will want to see which works best for you.

Whichever approach you choose, careful observation is the key. Observing the tiny details of light and shade in the eyes will bring the subject to life. This is true whether you are doing a detailed portrait or a quick sketch.

Pay careful attention to the placement of the eyes. If drawing without any aids, refer to the key ‘landmarks’ of the face: check the angle and distance of the inner and outer points of the eyes in relation to the ears and nose.

When you sketch a straight line through the eyes, the base of the nose, the mouth, and the brows, you’ll find that they are in correct perspective or parallel to one another.

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