Mixed Media Eye Painting Tutorial | Watercolor & Colored Pencils

Let’s paint eyes.

Let’s explore an eye painting using watercolor, colored pencils, ink, and pens. I would not call myself a watercolor artist, but it’s a fun medium to explore.

In this 40 min video,  I walk with you through every step of the process from start to finish. There was no original plan for the end result since this was an experiment. I believe that experimenting as an artist is paramount for growth and expansion in any craft. If you want to learn more about that, visit this recent video “Become a Better Artist & Gain New Brain Connections“, also I also did a video about perfectionism, titled “Stop Being A Perfectionist, You Are Not A Machine“. Because making things for fun and experimentation without being hard on yourself is KEY to expanding creativity!

This eye was created with the numerous tools listed below. Give it a watch to see how it comes together while giving it a try with a similar style or create your own interpretation. 

“The Artist always has the masters in his eyes.” ― Ralph Waldo Emerson

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