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‘APPROACH B’ TO HOW I DO MY REALISTIC DRAWINGS (Tutorial 2)
Mediums: Graphite pencil, charcoal pencil, white gel pen, tombow mono on cream cartridge paper.
Note: I will be writing steps by steps what I did under each photo.
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Use your Charcoal again and create a light shade on the eye, this is one of the surest ways to check if the two iris are equal and on the same position.
When you are sure that iris are OK, now you darken it with the charcoal more, and always remember to put the light reflections where necessary from the ref. pics, always remember to shade from the inside of the eye ball to outside, that way, the outer layer will look fainter and will give it a sphere kinda look. You may need to blend lightly with your cotton bud. If you don’t have charcoal pencils, you can use a very dark pencil that’s less shiny egs steadtler 7b, 8b or Kimberly 9xxb
Add your reflections where necessary in the iris and sclera as your see in the ref.pics, or you can manoeuvre it so far it doesn’t distract the look on the eye. I use my tombow mono zero eraser for this, but you can use your tombow, white pastel or any white substance that can give you a white color. Remember my paper is creamy and not white so that’s why I used white gel pen.
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