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not really much of a tutorial, but just some quick examples of how I personally play around with eyes and lips. err…as you can see, I like to go a little crazy with colors. I’m not too sure how much help this can be, but here ya go! there are probably way better tuts out there on the interwebs, lol.
“Tearful” by Christina K
HAS NOBODY POINTED OUT THAT THIS IS A GIF
THE EYE IS MOVING
Is that Toothless’ eye?!?!?! OMG MY BABY DRAGON!!!!
First time watching this movie my jaw literally dropped AT THAT FUCKING DETAIL
“They say that the human hand is the hardest thing to draw. While it may very well be true, it’s the eyes that draw my attention the most. Ukrainian artist Pavel Guzenko manages to capture the glimmering gaze of the human eye with his impressionist technique. Each shimmering orb depicts a remarkable reflective surface, truly capturing the sparkle in one’s eye. Guzenko, who lives and works in Kiev, began his artistic career as a designer but has pursued his professional path in painting since 2006. The oil painter has a rich color palette that is evident in the body of his work that goes beyond the confines of the human eye. Each painting employs the talented artist’s quick brushstrokes that aren’t concerned so much with fine detailing as capturing the dynamic essence of the image.”
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
Extreme close-ups of human eyes by Suren Manvelyan
OH GOD EYES ARE SECRETLY DISGUSTING
BY DISGUSTING I HOPE YOU MEAN ABSOLUTELY FANTASTICALLY BEAUTIFUL
My girlfriend recently got a cornea transplant. Here is a high res image of the stitches in her eye
Disgusting? You mean amazing? Think of the medical marvel this is.
this was on the news yesterday! so cool omg
This is seriously amazing. Like, holy crap.
Central heterochromia is an eye condition where there are two colors in the same iris; the central (pupillary) zone of the iris is a different color than the mid-peripheral (ciliary) zone.
Coral Zebra Fish:
gosh eyes are really cool wow
here’s some of my Leopard Gecko’s eyes! they have the NEATEST eye patterns.
Korean-American artist Timothy Lee was born in Seoul, South Korea, but was raised in New York City. His recent exhibition entitled Secretive Skin is an installation of metaphors. His media is intentionally stark white paper that takes on a sculptural quality, which he uses to express the ethnophaulism “gook eyes,” a derogatory ethnic slur that has been around since the 1920s. Reactions to Asian racial politics and stereotypes are a primary focus of his work. “By isolating the eyes from the face,” Lee explains, “I appropriate the stereotype of the “demure and silent” Asian, for confrontational purposes.”
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