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Watercolor Animals - Part 2: How to Draw Eyes

Olga Bonitas, Watercolor lover

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13 Lessons (1h 10m)
    • 1. Introduction

    • 2. Stuff needed

    • 3. Anatomy of the eye

    • 4. The first principle. A true form

    • 5. The second principle. Clean lines

    • 6. The third principle. Sharp contrasts

    • 7. Important grawing technique

    • 8. Step-by-step example 1. A Cavy

    • 9. Step-by-step example 2. A Cat

    • 10. Step-by-step example 4. A Dog’s eye

    • 11. Step-by-step example 3. A Cat again

    • 12. Step-by-step example 5. A Tiger

    • 13. Final Thoughts


About This Class

Learn to draw realistic animals in watercolor!

Hey friends,

Welcome to the course about animals in watercolor. This class is about how to draw eyes.

Perhaps the eyes are the most important part of the portrait. And I'm ready to show you how I draw it and explain all my techniques and tricks.

Learning to draw eyes can take your portraits to the next level and you'll be able to apply these skills to any drawing or painting you do of animals in the future. 

This is a self-contained class and it can be watched at separately, but I recommend watching the first part of the course on basic techniques for drawing watercolors animals.
Watercolor Animals. Part 1. Basic techniques

Quickly remind that we paint in monochrome, using only one paint, because I believe that It is very useful in the process of mastering technique not to be distracted by different colors.

You can found all video and photo references in the attached files in the tab "Your Project".

So let's start.


If you enjoy this class, you are welcome to check out my super cute class about foxes: Fluffy Foxes in Watercolor  and very summer one Watercolor Butterflies. They are to any skill level

Happy watercolor practice!