We used special scratch boards and scratching tools for this project. We used images of animal eyes for inspiration and studied how light and images are reflected on the surface of eyes. To create the form (3D effect) students had to scratch more or less to create lighter and darker values. Because we were working with animals, they also had to pay close attention to the importance of fur direction when creating a close up artwork of an animal. The main challenge was that the only tool students could use had a tip as small as a pin. It took students a lot of time to draw in every little piece of fur. But the results were incredible!