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Naruto Eyes by NuttyNuti Naruto Eyes by NuttyNuti
I tested some photo-manipulation with GIMP, and it resulted to these eye images. Let's check them step-to-step.

* Gaara's eye: The first one I made. The original photo ( [link] ) is from :iconeyestock:

* Naruto's Sage Mode eye: Yeah, it looks a little frightened, but I wanted a eye from the same head that the Kyuubi eye (see below). The original photo ( [link] ) is from :iconbobbistock:

* Sharingan, probably Itachi's one: At first I tried to do Itachi's Mangekyou Sharingan, but it was too difficult to make to look good. The original photo ( [link] ) is from :iconmongrel-stock:

* Byakugan, probably Hiashi's one: Not bad, neither not extremely good. The original photo ( [link] ) is from :iconwolfwindstock:

* Pain's Rinnegan: This took time! Particularly these circles... The original photo ( [link] ) is from :iconeyestock:

* Naruto's Demon Fox eye: I didn't use in this "tinting layer" because I wanted to make the picture cold. The original photo ( [link] ) is from :iconbobbistock:

* Inuzuka eyes, probably Tsume's ones: In this I selected picture which two eyes, because... it looked just good. The original photo ( [link] ) is from :iconshakealicious:

Thanks to the people that provided those photos here! :D I'll send to them credits.

The Naruto series and its characters belong to Masashi Kishimoto.
The original photos belong to the people I mentioned above.
The photomanipulating belongs to me.

E: A user asked how I did them. I'll copy my explanation here...

"I did them myself. I didn't use any tutorial.

Well, I can submit a mini tutorial here...

You need a image program that is mode developed than MS Paint (layers are needed). And a photo of an eye. If you create a dark special eye, use dark-eyed photo, and if you use light eye, use light-eyed photo. It eases a lot.

As example I tell how I create the Sharingan Eye (it was simpliest):

1. First, put the eye (I used dark-eyed one) as background layer and create a new (invisible) layer on it (let's call it Layer A). Paint on that layer, for example, color to that you want to turn the eye. In that case, red.

2. Then an IMPORTANT NOTE: Adjust the translucency of the Layer A. Make both the added color and the structure of the original eye visible (translucency of 30-70% is okay).

3. Make the red area to cover only the iris of the eye using the eraser and the brush. Be accurate and zoom when it necesasary!

4. Then add another layer on the Background Layer and Layer A (let's call it Layer B). Paint on Layer B the tomoes (black dots on Sharingan) using the brush again. Adjust again the translucency.

Voilá, ready. If you think that the tone of the skin is wrong, you can make a new layer, fill it with wanted color and adjust its translucency VERY minimal (0-20%, you can erase the toning color away from the eye).

The most important rule when editing eyes is naturality: make the color areas follow the natural shaped of the face. And use translucency a lot. Smudging tool is good when making soft movings from color area to another."
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DahliaFay Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I now know how they would look like on real life
Yeesh! Scary man
NuttyNuti Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I wonder why this is one of my most popular deviations... this was just silly Photoshopping testing! xDDD
laterose13 Featured By Owner May 3, 2012
"Makes most people around you run away"
TheDeviantSketcher Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Hahaha Makes most people run away XD!
Chibi-ChibiMiku Featured By Owner May 30, 2011
I cant draw it :(

I am NOT the real Chibi-chibi Miku.
Mizuki99 Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2010
the byakugan ones are epic! I had contacts like that... too freaking bad they got lost... probably swept up. The Hinata/Neji contacts are really hard to put it without stabbing your eye with your finger.
NuttyNuti Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks! I've also thought to cosplay Neji a day, but those contacts are problem, though I have no problems with normal contacts (I usually use glasses). First, I don't want to be blind, but neither I want contacts with creepy holes that makes your eyes looks anything but Byakugan. Second, if you are rather badly myopic (like I am), you have to buy special contacts to even see around you!
Mizuki99 Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2010
Ah... the holes in the middle of the contacts arent always important but if that's the case then they might be needed... I had byakugan contacts without the holes, same with Gaara's eyes. I hated Gaara's eyes because those for some effed up reason were really hard to see out of. It also depends on who is selling the contacts. that 1800CONTACTS is where I used to get the Byakugan ones... i dont know if they still do that though
NuttyNuti Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
I wouldn't like contacts making you not to see. I generally hate walking around blind-folded, so that's why. The best Byakugan option I've seen thus far is this: [link] There is a hole, but since the eye is the activated Byakugan mode, it doesn't look that creepy than when trying to imitate all-white eye. Also, here is powers... and lots of price D:
Mizuki99 Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2010
DAMN!! What price was that?! That's alot more than what I paid for mine... mine were the regular and I could see just fine. It helped that there were some transparent holes. Everything was dyed a lavender color but i could see fine... I wish i could upload the pictures but i lost the camera that had the film...
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