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Drawing a Realistic Eye

Time Lapse Video
Using the General's Kimberly 9xxb Pencil
with Various Blenders and Erasers 


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Step- by-Step Tutorial of this Drawing

Watch and follow along as I give detailed explanations of all the techniques necessary for you to complete it.

You'll get pdf downloads of my reference photo
 and of my drawing:

Realistic Eye Tutorial




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Bonus Pack





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What others are saying about the Realistic Eye Tutorial and Drawing Supplies



Rick:
The full length video lesson on the 9xxB Eye Drawing was simply FANTASTIC and high quality narration!
These types of narrated lessons (as opposed to those speed drawing videos you see on YouTube which are useless) is EXACTLY what I was hoping that get from you. Well done Maestro!

I'm looking forward to the next one.  Being so specific about "darkening areas around where you want lighter" and other bits of information really helps me improve my technique.


Firelight 265:
Mr. Hillberry, using your techniques, in a couple of weeks I have been able to sketch people's portraits with amazing accuracy and realism. Thanks for your pencil kit, book and techniques; the proportional divider reduced my sketch time from 10-15 hrs and lots of trial and error to about 4 hrs! Thanks!

Scott :
I'm going to go out on a limb here and claim that I learned more from this tutorial than I have from any other speed drawing on YT. Even though it is a speed demo, it wasn't a done in 2 minutes demo where you couldn't follow along. Nicely done. Looking forward to more of the full-length tutorials on the members site

Crispin:
Hi JD,
Just thought I would drop you a line to let you know I received your drawing kit and book today. I am extremely pleased with all the great tools you have put together in the kit and looking forward to the advantages these will undoubtedly play in my future drawings. 

Amy:
Hi Mr. Hillberry, My name is Amy. I haven't taken any of your classes, but I bought your pencil case and watched your videos as well as the DVD that came with the case and I'm showing improvement already. (Of course I still have a long way to go.) I've just bought your book and can't wait to delve into it and hope to one day have the opportunity to partake in one of your seminars. Thanks for sharing your techniques!