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They both suggested I talk about how to draw eyes, so I went and did a lot of research on the subject!
I hope the material I provide is interesting, insightful and helpful Enjoy your read!
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Human eye: commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Fil…
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beautiful, helpful and interesting :)
I heard somewhere that one reason why humans have so visible sclerae is that they facilitate non-verbal communication and guessing where the other person is looking at :D
Thanks! I have an OC (Rune) in my fantasy saga 'Foresworn'. She has canine eyes, mono lidded with no eyebrows and a large iris, but I've never implemented that aspect of her aesthetic; this helps!
I've looked through a lot of eye tutorials and art tutorials in general. But this was probably the one that actually made things "click" in my mind. I love that you explained WHY certain things exist, and what artists should be thinking of, rather than just "this is how you make an eye"