People commonly say the eyes are the window to the soul, so if you are drawing a person, it is vital you get the eyes right. The good news is, while the details of the eyes may seem challenging, with the right tutorial the task doesn't have to be complicated. The following is a quick guide to drawing eyes that you can then build off as you grasp the basic concept and learn to add in your own details.
The first thing you need to do is gather the art supplies you will need to draw eyes. The list is small though, so you should be able to find most of these in your art box. To get started, you will need a mechanical pencil with a .5mm HB lead, a kneaded eraser, and a blending stump. You'll also want a 6B pencil or equivalent, and some smooth Bristol paper to draw the eye on.
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