Eyes to Concept Art or Prototypes for SuperHeroes

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I know that when it comes to drawing eyes, sometimes we want to go as far as possible in terms of originality and peculiarity, but it is almost difficult to think of what we want to capture in the eyes of our own characters, so in this tutorial I will teach you How to create the eyes for our characters (especially superheroes or non-superheroes) in the context of using them for concept art or for early prototypes, but also serves as inspiration to create many more eyes.
I know that when it comes to drawing eyes, sometimes we want to go as far as possible in terms of originality and peculiarity, but it is almost difficult to think of what we want to capture in the eyes of our own characters, so in this tutorial I will teach you How to create the eyes for our characters (especially superheroes or non-superheroes) in the context of using them for concept art or for early prototypes, but also serves as inspiration to create many more eyes

0.- make a sketch with the eyes (depends on the characteristics of your oc) with the Pencil tool
0.-make a sketch with the eyes (depends on the characteristics of your oc) with Pencil tool

1.-give the skin color (according to the user's preference) with Pen->G
1.-give skin color (depends the user's likes) with Pen->G

2.-draw the white part of the eye with the same pen as before
2.-draw the white part of the eye with the same pen as before

3.-make a filled ellipse with the Shape tool(with any base color)
3.-make an ellipse with fill with Figure tool(with any basis color)

4.- draw the outline using the same pen
4.- draw the lines using the same pen

5.-Give it any type of effects that suit your character and its identity, as long as it does not lose balance or harmony, at the same time you can use any tool, filter or even the gradient to give a unique touch, that's why it's which is for purposes of creating concept art or early versions of something.
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Give it any type of effects that suit your character and its identity, as long as it does not lose balance or harmony, at the same time you can use any tool, filter or even the gradient to give a unique touch, that is why it is with purposes to create concept art or early versions of something.

here's an example

(Note: you should not abuse the effects)

(Note: you should not abuse the effects)

hiding sketch*

sometimes this can change as one gets better at drawing, although this is just the tip of the iceberg for many single element techniques.

Sometimes this can change as one gets better at drawing, although this is just the type of the iceberg for many single element techniques.

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