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How to draw an eye

A very basic way to draw an eye, with no reference.

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* whenever I do something that's related to a human feature, I like to use toned paper so that I may add white highlights that will stand out really nicely.

* whenever I do something that's related to a human feature, I like to use toned paper so that I may add white highlights that will stand out really nicely.

It's also nice to have a brief understanding of the anatomy of the eye and eye socket, brow bone, etc.  Google some anatomy or check out "Dynamic Anatomy" by Burne Hogarth.

It's also nice to have a brief understanding of the anatomy of the eye and eye socket, brow bone, etc. Google some anatomy or check out "Dynamic Anatomy" by Burne Hogarth.

I'm going to start out "LOOSELY" and lightly sketching with a 4H or 6H. None of my lines will be final until I start laying down darker shades.

I'm going to start out "LOOSELY" and lightly sketching with a 4H or 6H. None of my lines will be final until I start laying down darker shades.

Now I like where I've laid my lines down. I'm going to start making them a little darker.

Now I like where I've laid my lines down. I'm going to start making them a little darker.

Going even darker now!!!

Going even darker now!!!

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