The Science of Painting Eyes, Jason Morgan

Oil painting demonstration of a lion's eye.   Morgan says:   "For the purpose of this exercise I have used the eye of a lion, with their rich colour it is easier to see the effects light has upon them but the principles outlined here apply to almost all eyes. You must remember that the shape of the eye will dictate how the light reacts, therefore a fishes eye (usually flat) will react very differently from say a human eye."


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