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How-Tuesday: Eye Dropper Drawings

Aug 23, 2011

by carlasonheim

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Sometimes you hit a creative roadblock and just need to try something totally out of your usual routine to make a breakthrough. At a recent Craft Night with artist Carla Sonheim, I saw this breakthrough happening left and right as participants intently dripped ink with eye droppers and experimented their way to some unexpected results. Even if you don’t consider drawing to be the reason you get up in the morning, I encourage you to give this project a shot. It’s a fun opportunity to break out of your creative habits; how seriously can you take yourself with toilet paper as a key material?

Carla Sonheim is a Seattle-based illustrator, Etsy seller, and author of the book, Drawing Lab. In addition sharing this how to make paper dolls post with us and joining us at past Craft Nights at the Etsy Labs in Brooklyn, Carla teaches an online drawing course called The Art of Silliness, which helps adults and children tap into their own creativity by encouraging the happy accidents and outcomes that occur when we allow ourselves to play.

Find your own copy of Drawing Lab on Amazon or an independent bookseller near you.

“Blessed are those who see beautiful things in humble places where other people see nothing.”  —Camille Pissarro

For this project, we’ll draw a series of faces from a photo reference, using only an eyedropper and toilet paper. Find an interesting face image from a newspaper or magazine. Here, I used a fashion ad as my inspiration.

Supplies you’ll need:

  • 140 pound (64 kg) hot-press watercolor paper, cut down to 5″ x 7″ (12.7 x 17.8 cm) sheets
  • Black acrylic ink
  • A roll of toilet paper
  • Eye dropper

Directions:

1. Load the eyedropper and squeeze the ink out gently onto your paper. Draw only the basics: face shape, hair, eyes, nose, mouth, neck.

2. Quickly take a piece of toilet paper and lay it on top of your drawing. The ink will soak into the toilet paper and spread out underneath.

3. Quickly lift the toilet paper off and set aside. Let dry completely.

Taking It Further: Working this way will probably provide many “disasters.” Once the ink has dried, you can go back into the pieces you don’t like, and see if you can pull them together with markers, colored pencil, charcoal, or collage additions.

Left: Pencil, white gel pen, and a light wash of black watercolor were added to save this one from being too cutesy.
Right: Watercolor, colored pencil, Copic markers, and a white gel pen were added to this face, which at first seemed to lack character.

Examples from Craft Night at Etsy Labs:

 

Here are more examples from Craft Night. If you make your own eye dropper drawings, share a photo with us in the Etsy Labs Flickr group.

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157 comments

  • thepinklocket

    thepinklocket said 5 years ago

    Oh wow! This is pretty neat!

  • myvintagecrush

    myvintagecrush said 5 years ago

    Love it! ..not so sure mine would look the same :)

  • TheHiSociety

    TheHiSociety said 5 years ago

    Looks like a lot of fun!

  • VivaGailBeads

    VivaGailBeads said 5 years ago

    how creative - looks like so much fun..!

  • greyedout

    greyedout said 5 years ago

    Playing with ink is *fun*! This looks like a great project to try sometime.

  • visionquest

    visionquest said 5 years ago

    sooo cool!!!

  • TheIDconnection

    TheIDconnection said 5 years ago

    I wanna try! Looks like a fun time :)

  • VeraVague

    VeraVague said 5 years ago

    i'll have to try it!

  • ninetrial

    ninetrial said 5 years ago

    I love the effect that this method creates, very unique! I'm going to have to see what I can do with it...

  • tarikyousef

    tarikyousef said 5 years ago

    Awesome idea! This reminds me of a client i had that woulmake amazing art pieces using house paint and papertowels. His material choices were inexpensive, but the results were amazing.

  • noonblueapples

    noonblueapples said 5 years ago

    cute!

  • Earleyimages

    Earleyimages said 5 years ago

    Nice work here

  • MootiDesigns

    MootiDesigns said 5 years ago

    WOW! That's all I can say. Amazing mind and creativity.

  • MegansMenagerie

    MegansMenagerie said 5 years ago

    Looks like fun!!!

  • VintageEye

    VintageEye said 5 years ago

    Fabulous technique! I will definitely be giving this a try. Thanks for the post!

  • FluffyFlowers

    FluffyFlowers said 5 years ago

    :) ok, so totally cool to use an everyday item we all have in our homes for arts and freakin' fab crafts :)

  • Earleyimages

    Earleyimages said 5 years ago

    There are very nice

  • accentonvintage

    accentonvintage said 5 years ago

    Great idea! Will try it with my students!

  • spicyheart

    spicyheart said 5 years ago

    =) ill try it for sure!!!

  • jammerjewelry

    jammerjewelry said 5 years ago

    Wonderful article, thanks.

  • LittleWrenPottery

    LittleWrenPottery said 5 years ago

    Neat I like how theyre pretty much instant portraits! I love things that have a spontaneous feel to them :)

  • MegansCreativeDesign

    MegansCreativeDesign said 5 years ago

    Purdy awesome!

  • BirdTrouble

    BirdTrouble said 5 years ago

    love this. i'd love to try the same technique with printing it on textile!

  • StreamsofConscious

    StreamsofConscious said 5 years ago

    What an interesting technique...the uses for toilet paper are never ending apparently

  • LiddoKiddo

    LiddoKiddo said 5 years ago

    Pretty neat, i wanna try!!!

  • Tilependantjewelry

    Tilependantjewelry said 5 years ago

    Clever, I have to try this! Thanks!

  • loadedhipspress

    loadedhipspress said 5 years ago

    How fun thanks for sharing

  • Tiffabulous

    Tiffabulous said 5 years ago

    I'm definitely going to try this. I just need to go to my art store and get some ink.

  • madeinCandyLand

    madeinCandyLand said 5 years ago

    nice idea! i cant draw that awesomely but this looks manageable :)

  • TheScarfTree

    TheScarfTree said 5 years ago

    So pretty! I would love to try this! Thanks for sharing!

  • AntoinettesWhims

    AntoinettesWhims said 5 years ago

    Looks great, looks like fun for the kids as well.

  • roska

    roska said 5 years ago

    that's a really cool technique, i'm excited to try it out. it kind of reminds me of my favorite project from elementary school art class; coloring a sheet of paper with brightly colored crayons, going over that with a thick layer of black crayon, then using a pencil to scratch away the black to make neat patterns and images.

  • ORTUPES

    ORTUPES said 5 years ago

    It's awesome!! I appreciate it that you actually sharing the technique with us all.

  • PolishedMoxie

    PolishedMoxie said 5 years ago

    I can see how this might get you through a creative roadblock and get you to think in a different manner.

  • Grammiesquiltz

    Grammiesquiltz said 5 years ago

    Thanks for sharing.

  • dianelagowdesign

    dianelagowdesign said 5 years ago

    Wow, this looks great - I'm going to do this with my art students at school. I think they'll really like it and enjoy the accidents too! Thanks...

  • TheBlackOnion

    TheBlackOnion said 5 years ago

    Fun, fun, fun!

  • aileenrae

    aileenrae said 5 years ago

    I look forward to trying this!

  • rewyreddesign

    rewyreddesign said 5 years ago

    India ink is always so refreshing! Had a serious breakthrough myself with this once...makes "drawing" fabric SO much more interesting! What a great article!

  • glusk

    glusk said 5 years ago

    i love ink!

  • BestDressedJewelry

    BestDressedJewelry said 5 years ago

    these are so amazing and so striking..i love them!

  • vintagejane

    vintagejane said 5 years ago

    So creative...thanks for sharing!

  • KKSimpleRegalJewelry

    KKSimpleRegalJewelry said 5 years ago

    This is so cool!! Very fun! ~Krista

  • jelene

    jelene said 5 years ago

    very cool!!!!!!!!!

  • CameronsJewelryBox

    CameronsJewelryBox said 5 years ago

    This is such a neat idea!

  • pinksnakejewelry

    pinksnakejewelry said 5 years ago

    Very Cool!!! Love to try this!!!

  • PrettyBitchinJewelry

    PrettyBitchinJewelry said 5 years ago

    Inkredible!

  • AlpineGypsy

    AlpineGypsy said 5 years ago

    HOW COOL! It is a marvelous thing, to free people from the constraints of the art they think they *should* be producing. In fact, this is what will paralyze you in your pursuit of fresh inspiration! I've always been a fan of 'accidental art'. My dad taught me about coffee splatter drawings when I was a kid, and although I haven't done one in years, I think it is time that I gave the ink-blot trick a try. Looks like so much fun! Great article, thanks~ Heidi

  • CheeTropicalIsland

    CheeTropicalIsland said 5 years ago

    good idea..i want try it on my art work..

  • cathydarling

    cathydarling said 5 years ago

    Just looking at this gives me a great idea for a project I am working on. Thanks for sharing, it is great to create art when the only expectation is to have fun!

  • Iammie

    Iammie said 5 years ago

    Very creative and interesting!

  • Parachute425

    Parachute425 said 5 years ago

    Well how fun it that! Must try it.

  • AliceCloset

    AliceCloset said 5 years ago

    So cool!!!

  • sandboxcastle

    sandboxcastle said 5 years ago

    It's like the grown up version of finger painting - will have to try this too :3

  • ShortSweetMoniq

    ShortSweetMoniq said 5 years ago

    This would be a fun project to try with the kids I babysit.

  • PeikkoKasvot

    PeikkoKasvot said 5 years ago

    really love the final products. keep up the good work. :)

  • recentrealisations

    recentrealisations said 5 years ago

    Lovely! Thanks for sharing!

  • sodacoaster

    sodacoaster said 5 years ago

    great reminder of how to overcome "creator's block!"

  • lorenabr

    lorenabr said 5 years ago

    Nice:)

  • 23lili

    23lili said 5 years ago

    wow this sounds fun, i must try it :d

  • tangerinelullaby

    tangerinelullaby said 5 years ago

    Thank you for sharing! Will definitely try this---this looks fun.

  • katrinaalana

    katrinaalana said 5 years ago

    Looks fun! Got to try this sometime.

  • MarieVaughnDesign

    MarieVaughnDesign said 5 years ago

    Very cool! I love the effect that the ink dropper adds!

  • serdomania

    serdomania said 5 years ago

    cool :)

  • jodiburton

    jodiburton said 5 years ago

    Oh these are great! I love ink drawings! :)

  • elledielle

    elledielle said 5 years ago

    very nice effect and very nice illustrations! thank you for sharing!

  • AuroraVk

    AuroraVk said 5 years ago

    Your work is so cute, makes me melt :·3

  • Sapucha

    Sapucha said 5 years ago

    Totally going to have to try this with my kids! Kids seem to have such a great innocent way of seeing faces I can't wait to see what they come up with! Thanks for this great posting.

  • jewelkingthai

    jewelkingthai said 5 years ago

    Just Superb....

  • peppipoulain

    peppipoulain said 5 years ago

    Oh this is so much fun and it's a great way to start making art again. I'm definitely trying this :)

  • reflectionsjewelry

    reflectionsjewelry said 5 years ago

    Taking a sketching class, should help with my creative ruts......

  • hafsazaheen

    hafsazaheen said 5 years ago

    your art work is so cool keep up the good work

  • hafsazaheen

    hafsazaheen said 5 years ago

    you should give classes

  • ravenramandmoon

    ravenramandmoon said 5 years ago

    I took your summer camp class and we did this it was really fun!

  • ChristinaRomeo

    ChristinaRomeo said 5 years ago

    I love Carla! Thanks for sharing

  • lynnenick

    lynnenick said 5 years ago

    love it

  • redhardwick

    redhardwick said 5 years ago

    I love this idea!

  • YarnUiPhoneApp

    YarnUiPhoneApp said 5 years ago

    What a great idea for kids and recycle the droppers that come with children's meds. I love it. Mistake-proof!

  • Charmish

    Charmish said 5 years ago

    I highly recommend Carla's online art classes. Super FUN and affordable!

  • LaMackArtGallery

    LaMackArtGallery said 5 years ago

    I laughed, and laughed at the great pieces that came from this project. Watching the process made my day. Inspiration can come from so many places. "What Ever The Mind Can Concieve, You Can Achieve" Loved It!! LaMack

  • MishaGirl

    MishaGirl said 5 years ago

    Looks great...and fun too!

  • BigHelmetHead

    BigHelmetHead said 5 years ago

    Fantastic method, and so simple! I like that the materials neded are easily found around the house. I'm going to try it with my daughter. Thanks for sharing this!

  • tratgirl55

    tratgirl55 said 5 years ago

    Loveeeee... this!!! Great Concept A must to try as a Artist! Thanks a mil for sharing...

  • MYDESIGNJEWELRY

    MYDESIGNJEWELRY said 5 years ago

    I Love this!! This is great for all those people who say "I Can't. So many people take life to seriously. Let go and have some fun. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Enjoy lofe, it doesn't last forever!

  • Share310

    Share310 said 5 years ago

    I love this project! Can't wait to do this with the kids and share this technique.

  • NathalieVan

    NathalieVan said 5 years ago

    What an interesting idea!

  • bmizendesigns

    bmizendesigns said 5 years ago

    What a fun why to get those creative ideas flowing!

  • ZiBagz

    ZiBagz said 5 years ago

    Absolutely L♥Ve Carla ... She Rocks!!! Great Feature!!!!

  • prendasbyenid

    prendasbyenid said 5 years ago

    A very cool idea!!!

  • WhisperingOak

    WhisperingOak said 5 years ago

    wow, great tutorial

  • theroyal

    theroyal said 5 years ago

    i love working with ink.. im doing this right now

  • monkeynorman

    monkeynorman said 5 years ago

    I love this!

  • BohemianAngel

    BohemianAngel said 5 years ago

    Love what I'm seeing here! Thank you for sharing.

  • kathyjohnson3

    kathyjohnson3 said 5 years ago

    Very creative! thanks for sharing!

  • TNShopthailand

    TNShopthailand said 5 years ago

    Oh wow! This is pretty neat!

  • samsstuff

    samsstuff said 5 years ago

    Fun! Thank you for teaching us a new technique to try!

  • ElasIdeaDesigns

    ElasIdeaDesigns said 5 years ago

    I can't wait to try this! Thank you for the how to. :)

  • AdornmentsNYC

    AdornmentsNYC said 5 years ago

    fun!

  • drawfx

    drawfx said 5 years ago

    Very creative! And such random, unique creations. Looking forward to trying this. Thanks for sharing!

  • florysan

    florysan said 5 years ago

    I love the results, so artistic! So fun and easy to do! Thanks for the instructions!

  • moonspinning

    moonspinning said 5 years ago

    fantastic, thanks for this, I'm going to have great fun doing it myself and introducing the kids to it too.

  • sasserella

    sasserella said 5 years ago

    Awesome. I think I'll try it with my boys....they love to create! And they'll laugh at the fact that we get to use TP!!

  • veganosaurus

    veganosaurus said 5 years ago

    What a cool and super fun way to make art! :) I'm a HUGE believer in being silly. I recently embraced this even more by beginning a doodling project on my bedroom walls. Sharpies, oil pastels, color pencils... by the time I'm done with them, every bit of my wall will be covered. :)

  • divinedesignstudios

    divinedesignstudios said 5 years ago

    A fantastic project! I especially love anything I can use ink with. I look forward to using this technique with some of my students, too. Thanks so much for sharing.

  • foxylotta77

    foxylotta77 said 5 years ago

    This has really got my brain to thinking.THANKX I had a block. I'm gonna try this today.

  • Redhen84

    Redhen84 said 5 years ago

    What a clever idea -- I think it would be a great thing for the kids at church for arts and crafts day. I will suggest it! I may play with it myself first though. Thanks!

  • Redhen84

    Redhen84 said 5 years ago

    Today I need something new to inspire me -- motivation and inspiration have flown! Thanks.

  • dolphin180

    dolphin180 said 5 years ago

    This is why I love Etsy, the creative stimulation that is passed on from one person to hundreds of other. a hell of a lot of brilliant people on here!!! Beautiful day here in Melbourne Australia no better reason to be creative.

  • MaiLyons

    MaiLyons said 5 years ago

    Greetings from Ireland and thank you so much for something that seems so much fun!!! Was trying to think of something different to do...my grand children have inherited my love of all kinds of art and crafts and now cant wait to go and try it with them!!

  • MoodyBDesigns

    MoodyBDesigns said 5 years ago

    I am so happy this came out today. What a refreshing idea!

  • artXchic

    artXchic said 5 years ago

    love this idea! i'm an art therapist and this is a great tool for anyone!! I'm going to integrate this with my clients. Thanks for the great post! :)

  • shadowlove1027

    shadowlove1027 said 5 years ago

    So funny!

  • miniwonderfulthings

    miniwonderfulthings said 5 years ago

    Many times I have an idea for a card and have to go searching for a stamp because I don't feel that my drawing talent is adequate. This could be my ticket to staying home and creating rather than driving around and shopping! Thanks.

  • TakeMeHomeware

    TakeMeHomeware said 5 years ago

    This is great! I am going to try it on my ceramic plates

  • krisfreeman

    krisfreeman said 5 years ago

    Looks like so much fun!

  • DaniCalve

    DaniCalve said 5 years ago

    Love the blurred lines and unique touches.

  • Fishstikks

    Fishstikks said 5 years ago

    I really LOVE the results of this wonderful project! How great would it be to have all those 'people' lined up on a shelf. Will most definitely have to give this a try!

  • spacepearls

    spacepearls said 5 years ago

    This is great, definitely going to have to try it out.

  • TouchOfSilver

    TouchOfSilver said 5 years ago

    This sounds like a great project for an afternoon with the grandkids - looks like so much fun!

  • vhmckenzie

    vhmckenzie said 5 years ago

    I made dozens of these recently -- and I love them. Just adding them to my shop!

  • EdensEndeavors

    EdensEndeavors said 5 years ago

    I better go buy more toilet paper!

  • parkadge

    parkadge said 5 years ago

    Great idea. Thanks for sharing I'll be trying this with my students

  • freshpikd4u

    freshpikd4u said 5 years ago

    So fun!

  • LeJudeeGallery

    LeJudeeGallery said 5 years ago

    what an awesome form of art. . Very eager to try it.

  • lemonlizard

    lemonlizard said 5 years ago

    very cool! Lots of creative blocks lately!

  • lookingalittledrawn

    lookingalittledrawn said 5 years ago

    I love working with line and I really like fw ink, I'll definitely have a go at this. Thanks. :)

  • tamijordan

    tamijordan said 5 years ago

    I love this experiment and more so the resulting comments. Here's the way I see it: Be stupid enough to get out of your own way! A child has no trouble believing the unbelievable. Don't think! Act! Ignorance and arrogance are your best allies. (thank you steven pressfield) Don't doubt. Don't overthink. Don't hesitate. Go back to your ink and do it again! : )

  • FabricWhore

    FabricWhore said 5 years ago

    Love it! Thanks for sharing.

  • onemorning85

    onemorning85 said 5 years ago

    This seems like a great project, AND I have all the materials I need readily available--almost. Eyedropper! Where are you? Lauren I. Ruiz http://www.Pure-Text.net

  • solaWu

    solaWu said 5 years ago

    Interesting!!

  • gilaglassbead

    gilaglassbead said 5 years ago

    Very creative and will be fun to try! Thanks for sharing.

  • Chifonie

    Chifonie said 5 years ago

    Thanks for sharing this interesting technique !

  • beaphoto

    beaphoto said 5 years ago

    What a fabulous article!!! Many thanks for this. HOW creative!

  • MoranArtandQuilts

    MoranArtandQuilts said 5 years ago

    Looks like a fun and creative idea!

  • LynnsMix

    LynnsMix said 5 years ago

    Very Fun! I've been thinking of doing inkblots, and this is kinda similar.

  • SarahNiebankHoffman

    SarahNiebankHoffman said 5 years ago

    Yes looks real fun and spontaneous...I'll try it for sure! Thanks so much for sharing!

  • OrnaArtHeart

    OrnaArtHeart said 5 years ago

    Always the most ingenious things are simple and the easiest to make. Absolutely love it Thank you.

  • StyleGraphicDesign

    StyleGraphicDesign said 5 years ago

    I love this creative idea!! Thank you for sharing!

  • torik2009

    torik2009 said 5 years ago

    This is co creative!! I can't wait to try it!!

  • torik2009

    torik2009 said 5 years ago

    *so

  • AlicesPocket

    AlicesPocket said 5 years ago

    this looks like fun! I could substitute ink for some washable paint and my kids could join me!

  • onlymadeonce

    onlymadeonce said 5 years ago

    great idea! I'll be trying this soon! Maybe today!!!!

  • nikahsekeri

    nikahsekeri said 5 years ago

    thanks for sharing.love it. http://www.nikahsekerimiz.com

  • Hannahrosesjewelry

    Hannahrosesjewelry said 5 years ago

    I have got to try this! Thanks for the inspiration!

  • DeeCaffeinated

    DeeCaffeinated said 5 years ago

    Fun! Wanted to visit the other link but it's broken :( Carla teaches an online drawing course called The Art of Silliness

  • TheCozyBarn

    TheCozyBarn said 5 years ago

    How creative!! I am going to let my imagination go wild with this project, thanks for sharing

  • osnatharnoy

    osnatharnoy said 5 years ago

    Got to try it ! Thanks

  • PittiVintage

    PittiVintage said 5 years ago

    fun idea! thanks! :D

  • diymold

    diymold said 5 years ago

    very beautiful, love it.

  • eaglenosetattoo

    eaglenosetattoo said 5 years ago

    neat.

  • JadeCakes

    JadeCakes said 5 years ago

    This is a very cute project. I will definitely try it this week! :)

  • modcult

    modcult said 5 years ago

    The blotting technique was what made Andy Warhol well-known in the advertising industry in the 1950's, before he embarked upon a career in the fine arts.

  • vallyblack

    vallyblack said 5 years ago

    Really nice! I will try ;)

  • patschafergallery

    patschafergallery said 5 years ago

    What a great idea. Glad I found this today.

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    ryan92220 said 5 years ago

    That's really cool. Does anyone have any ideas on how I can promote my calendar better?

  • Liduvina

    Liduvina said 5 years ago

    Fantastic idea!!!

  • robertcoffin

    robertcoffin said 5 years ago

    what a great way to get the creative juices goin(=

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