Graphic design blog by Ryan Turner
Anonymous asked: Could you do a small eye tutorial? I absolutely love the way you draw eyes and expressions and I've always found it hard to draw eyes correctly! I love you art by the way :)


Answer:

dust-bite:

dust-bite:

Ah, I’m poop at explanations. Also please don’t take this as something to live by, but how I do things. Studying real eyes would be a good place to start if any of this confuses you, but it should be SUUUPER simple!

1) Think of the eye like a circle(cause it is!) and just remember it that way when you apply them to faces.

2) draw the lids, because this is pretty much how they sit on eyes. They can be different sizes and lengths, so it varies from person to person. But we’re not there yet!

3) Draw in the other features, erase some details, and eyes! 

4) Then color it in how you like, remember where light hits and all that, don’t be a scrub like me, blah blah. And there you have it, eyes!

And remember, you can play around with shapes! Not everyone has the same exact eye, so change it up a little~ They don’t have to be perfect, but that will give you characters, well, character! Hope that helps~

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Fun little infographic of Liam Neeson movies

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Design our rally car's livery! →
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deadcrowcomics:

Here’s everything im gonna have at SPX.
 I’ll be at table F8B with my friend Evan. Checkout his work at

http://kevinthefrog.com/

(via nothing-amazing-happens-here)

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Pretty cool design on this beer can, I think I’d prefer a more traditional five point star though

Pretty cool design on this beer can, I think I’d prefer a more traditional five point star though

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gurafiku:


Japanese Illustration: Chizu from Dummy. Hasegawa Shinpei / Chizu. 2014

gurafiku:

Japanese Illustration: Chizu from Dummy. Hasegawa Shinpei / Chizu. 2014

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davidmarquez:

Mathieu Lauffray-Long John Silver

davidmarquez:

Mathieu Lauffray-Long John Silver

(Source: squidtree, via nothing-amazing-happens-here)

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edens-blog:

beben-eleben:

Jim Dingilian proves that a creative and skillful artist can create works of art with just about anything. By coating the interior of empty glass bottles with black smoke and then carefully brushing it away with tools mounted on dowels, he creates detailed and beautiful but dark works of smoke art that are dripping with a sense of suburban decay (via Bored Panda).

are you shitting me

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