Look familiar? It’s the portrait I painted intending to use in entry #215. It was colored with the good old Matt Kohr/Ctrlpaint method.
An anatomical detail of Joshua Jackson I would like to point out which seems to add realism when included… It’s that pink area in the inner corner of his eye and it’s called (checks Wikipedia) the caruncula, or lacrimal caruncle. It is more prominent in some people than in others, and seems to have to do with the shape of the eye in relation to the eyeball. He has one that’s quite prominent. When drawing his eyes, try making this area a little bigger and you might have a breakthrough!
(Filed under “shit you notice when you draw someone all the time”)