Episode 14

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Hi, and welcome back to the Art Lab! My name is Anika, this is my very first post here and I cannot wait to share all of my art inspiration with you guys!! ๐Ÿ˜€

Today I am going to show you how (I) draw eyes inspired by this amazing art prompt!


via Pintrest

Isn’t that so cool!!??? Now, Iย am going to show you how I drawย eyes, and paint them with WATERCOLORS!!! I LOVE WATERCOLORS!! *cough* Now, let’s start.

Step 1:

Take your pens and piece of paper and draw two almond-ish shapes.


ย Step 2:

Draw a little circle in the top right corner. Now, draw a curved line on the left side.


Step 3:

Start at the little circle, and draw another curved ling down from there on the right side.


Step 4:

Draw a circle-ish shape inside of the two curved lines.


Step 5:

It’s time to break out the watercolors! Choose a color and paint thick line around the pupil, being careful not to paint the little circle that is in the top right corner.


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Step 6:

Now, you can paint the pupil black.



Step 7:

Take your pen again, and make the top line of the eye dark and thick for the beginning of the eyelashes.


ย Step 8:

Now, make the bottom line darker.


Step 9:

Draw the top lashes.


Step 10:

And the tiny bottom lashes. (optional)


And…. You’re done!! ๐Ÿ˜€



You can add eyebrows:


And you can add faces too:





What do you think? Do you like draw eyes? I like adding the faces ad seeing how they turn out. ๐Ÿ˜€

If you were inspired to create art from this post, we would love to see it! Get the details on how to send your art in and have it featured on this blog on our Art Gallery page!

I hope you enjoyed this post! Bye!! ๐Ÿ˜€



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