[Tutorial] How to Sketch the Eyes: Free Downloadable Template

Let's take a creative journey together to explore the subtle details of the eye.

I've created a template just for you but it's completely optional.  Click below to download.

I'm on a mission to get better at drawing the features of the face.  My first stop is the eyes.

This beautiful model's name is Aya Jones.  We will be using this pic since this is just for practice in our sketchbooks.  Source/Pinterest

Spend the next few minutes sketching with me!

Check out the mechanical pencil I'm using!

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Happy Drawing!

[TUTORIAL] Watercolor Art Journal Page | Letting Go...

This journal page represents my letting go of what I think my art should be. I get creative blocks when I try to make my art into something it's not. 

I waste time and energy comparing myself to other artists instead of owning my own talents.

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This page is piggy-backing off of last months Spring Watercolor Challenge.  I told you I would show you ways to expand on those cards and here is the first example.  Think about what a nest symbolizes to you and incorporate that into your artwork.

For me, the empty nest represents the release of negative thoughts and emotions - while the birds carry out the message of creative freedom.

Letting go...


While you are working on this page write down 3 specific ways you can make your art journey better.  Here are mine...

  1. Limit time on social media (looking at other art) if I'm having a hard time being creative.

  2. Don't be too hard on myself if I try something new and it doesn't work (it's taken me about a full year plus to get better at painting and drawing faces - one time isn't enough).

  3. See my ideas through to completion and don't give up early.  I start so many projects it's crazy.  I'm making a conscious effort to slow down - quality over quantity.

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What do you do when your artwork isn't turning out the way you want?  Let me know!  

If you have any questions about the tutorial don't hesitate to ask.  Thank you for reading!