Here's a closer view for those who like to examine the layers in greater detail. Lots of people have a bit of anxiety when drawing glasses, but I quite enjoy them. Most eyeglasses these days have non-reflective lenses in them so there isn't a lot of external reflections that mask the eye shape or colour. If the shape of the glasses is correct, then it all falls into place, very much like a puzzle.
I'm working on a couple of pieces at once as I often do. I like being able to keep in painting mode so while one dries, I move to the other. As long as its the same medium, it seems to work out well. I also have sketchbooks scattered around the house so when I get a moment, I make little thumbnail sketches of things that interest me.
I'm working on a drawing tutorial that I hope to have available by Christmas Eve. I haven't produced one for awhile and have had the makings of it kicking around for months. I came across it the other day and thought it was time to complete it and make it available. Here's a little teaser of where it is so far.
I find the hardest part of creating a tutorial is putting into words what I do without thinking. And remembering to scan pieces regularly as I get so caught up in the process of drawing, it moves ahead more quickly than I realize.