s. David N. Kilter shows you how to get close and personal with his video workshop, "Painting Nature's Textures in Acrylic" and so this week, we're practicing sketching eyes!
Please note: The video does not include audio. Think of it as a reference photo slideshow: Five reference photos will be on the screen each for 3-minutes each. Ready, set, sketch!
Learning to draw takes daily practice. Start by taking 15-minutes a day to draw. Each week we'll post a new sketching video. Each video has 5 reference photos based on a theme. Each image is up on the screen for 3 minutes. If you want to spend more time with an image, see the direct links below for the copyright free images.
Check out the larger versions of the images from the video. Follow the link to find out more about the photographers who shared them:
Image 1: Green lizard
Image 2: Cat
Image 3: Coyote
Image 4: Hawk
Image 5: Crocodile eye
Want to get better at painting animal eyes in acrylics? David N Kitler's "Painting Nature's Textures in Acrylics" is an incredible resource for just that. (Along with a whole lot more.)