Shading eyes

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  • The diversity of colored pencils is explored in this non-traditional approach to drawing a rosebud. The dark gray drawing surface challenges artists to pull the forms of the drawing subject from darkness into light. This lesson is divided into three parts: PART ONE: setting up your drawing format and drawing a detailed outline PART TWO: shading light and medium values on the petals, stem, and leaves PART THREE: adding realistic shadows by mixing a specific recipe of colors.

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  • Draw some outlines.. See where the darkest parts are, and darken them. .This is roughly how I draw irises: Again, shade the darkest parts first! Then, shade the rest of the eye. Try and create some depth. .Blend the whole iris with either a tortillion, or a wadding stick (those things you can use to clean your ears) Repeat this process a few times. .Grab your kneadable eraser and try to create a sharp point to make the iris look less "empty".

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  • Wobby is “painted with colored pencils” using primary and secondary colors. Because his face looked so sad in my preliminary sketch, I chose to use mostly blue for his fur. To keep the drawing bright, I used other primary colors for this puppy, yellow for the insides of his ears and the under pads of his paws, and red (almost pink) for his nose. I chose stripes of both primary and secondary colors for his rainbow ribbon (bow).

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  • You add shading in layers by working from light to dark, while rendering a highly detailed human eye with a combination of three graduated shading techniques - hatching, crosshatching, and squirkling. Eyes are the most expressive facial feature. The shapes and sizes of people’s eyes can help identify their gender, age, and cultural origin. In a portrait, the eyes alone can often identify who the person is. The eye in this project belongs to a beautiful young lady named Melissa, who is the daughter of my friend Crystal Basta....

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  • Workman’s background as a trailer-maker convinced him that “you could capture the essence of a memorable film in as little as a single shot—if you chose the shot carefully enough.” (Birchard, 91) His assemblage of these “essences” places images together for broad generic or thematic reasons, as well as on the basis of simple physical resemblance (similar shots of darting eyes, people popping bubble-gum) or gag value (one clip finishing a sentence from another).

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  • Yes, but the eye of the beholder is notoriously subjective, hopelessly narrow in its capacities for vision. One has only to consult smell or taste, for example, to realize that much more is going on than the eye can see. Science, by extending so greatly human capacities for perception, and by integrating these into theory, teaches us what is objectively there. We realize what is going on in the dark, underground, or over time. Without science, there is no sense of deep time, nor of geological or evolutionary history, and little appreciation of ecology.

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  • Through much of the 1980s and into the 1990s, deficits were a dominant topic in Washington economic policy discussions. By 1990, annual deficit forecasts exceeding $300 billion—“as far as the eye can see”—were com- mon, so that year President Bush agreed to abandon his “no new taxes” pledge and meet with Democratic leaders of Congress to fashion deficit- reduction legislation.

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  • A lovable Soft Coated Wheaton Terrier is the subject of this project, which features advanced drawing techniques for accurately rendering both long and short fur, realistic “puppy dog” eyes, and a shiny textured nose. A complex grid helps you to sketch accurate proportions. The shading focuses on rendering the forms of the fur and individual features, as defined by a dominant light source.

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  • This heavily illustrated article guides you through one of the processes that I use for drawing a highly detailed caricature. Traditionally speaking, caricatures are rendered from life or memory; however, this particular drawing is done from a photo. This article is divided into the following six sections: Sketching proportions Sketching cartoon hair and a face Refining hairy outlines and adding hairy forms Shading the forehead, eyebrows, and eyes Completing the nose, face, and mouth Final touches...

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  • In this project, you draw a lovable Dalmatian with realistic eyes and a shiny textured nose, with emphasis on the forms of her fur and individual features, as defined by a dominant light source. Curriculum is designed to enhance skills with: drawing a detailed outline within a complex grid; identifying accurate proportions; planning shading strategies; rendering the forms of a dog’s cranial and facial anatomy; and shading graduated values with crosshatching and hatching

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  • In this project, you set up the facial proportions of a Jack Russell Terrier named Jumpin Jack, add blended shading to his eyes and nose, and add texture to his fuzzy face with hatching. Curriculum is designed to help improve your skills at drawing curved hatching lines.

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  • She came and stood in the doorway, shading her eyes from the day. “What?” she said. “You’ve got mail from China,” Speed said. He held up an envelope. It was big, made of some stiff red paper, and sealed with a darker red bit of wax. She had never received mail before. “Where did you get it?” she asked. “It was in the mailbox at the end of the hollow,” Speed said. He said “holler” for “hollow.” Speed had a thick brush of wiry black hair that never combed flat without hair...

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  • The youngish-looking man who so vigorously swung off the train at Restview, wore a pair of intensely dark blue eyes which immediately photographed everything within their range of vision--flat green country, shaded farm-houses, encircling wooded hills and all--weighed it and sorted it and filed it away for future reference; and his clothes clung on him with almost that enviable fit found only in advertisements. Immediately he threw his luggage into the tonneau of the dingy automobile drawn up at the side of the lonely platform, and promptly climbed in after it.

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  • The estimates for a sample of 56 large and emerging economies are summarised in Graph A. The stacked shaded areas show the stock of bank credit to non-banks (including governments and adjusted for exchange rate movements), broken down into domestic credit (tan area) and cross-border credit (salmon area). By contrast, the dashed black lines show the same credit total expressed in US dollars on an unadjusted basis. What first strikes the eye is the difference in the importance of cross-border credit across regions.

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  • Each type of protective eyewear is designed to protect against specific hazards. Employers can identify the specific workplace hazards that threaten employees’ eyes and faces by completing a hazard assessment as outlined in the earlier section. Welding Operations The intense light associated with welding operations can cause serious and sometimes permanent eye damage if operators do not wear proper eye protection.

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