Eyes Vector tutorial
THE EYES (well actually, eye in this case)
As you see, by comparison the first image eye to my vector eye, I undoubtedly didn’t produce precisely what was within the original image. It’s important but to concentrate to the reflective quality of the attention. I’ve used many layers here to create it look semi-life-like and that i work super zoomed in. conjointly you’ll notice I used a reasonably vivid violet color below the eye….this very simply adds interest to the vector.
Never use pure white for the eyeball. It will just look weird! If there is white wherever on the eye, it will be in the reflective highlight.
1. Put in the simple shapes of the eye. (Note) I used Layer Style Inner Glow on the iris layer. Make sure the pupil is round by spending the eclipse tool.
2. Add in eyelashes (mine aspect a bit like cockroach legs ha ha). You can generate multiple paths on a single path layer. I create a faster method for shapes like this is to just create one and then duplicate it with transform and using the transform point tool.
3. Add in the highlights etc. Here you can see that the highlight has its opacity dropped so that the layers below show through. By regulating the opacity of your layers, your vector will have a better complexity…it will seem like there are more layers.