Learn | Issue 4 Summer 2021


Fig.6 Once you have the seat made, you should be able to slide the stone into the eye.


Fig.7 Next up is to take a flat punch and hammer the eyelids down over the stone to lock it in.


Fig.8 Now that you have your stone set, it is time for the fun part! I cut some lines around the eye with a V-Point graver to create the folds around the eye. Then you can use a punch to help soften the lines and give it that sculpted look.

You can use this eye element in a design for animals or people alike. I hope you enjoyed this tutorial and make some cool creatures with it!




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