With Instructables you can share what you make with the world, and tap into an ever-growing community of creative experts.
I love to draw, and one of the hardest things for me to draw is facial features, like an eye. This is a tutorial on how to draw ...
Okay, to start, draw the basic almond-shaped outline of the eye. Try to make the inner corner (next to the nose) lower than the outer corner. P.S, I'm ...
Now draw the inner circle of the eye.
Draw the highlight first, then the pupil under it. Make sure the pupil is in the center of the circle.
Use your dark 6B or 8B to fill it in. You want it as close to black as possible.
Draw the crease of the upper eyelid, and the bottom one too. I'm not sure if its called the lower eyelid, but its the line under the eye.
Draw a few eyelashes to show where you will later draw in larger clumps of lashes. Kinda like a basic outline. Sort of.
Darken the inner circle in the eye, the outline of the eye, and draw a line in the inner corner (as showed in the picture)
Start filling in some more lashes, and add some lines inside the inner circle of the eye.
Fill in some more lines lightly inside the circle
Add even more lines! But this time use the darker pencil to make darker lines.
Okay, shade in the inside outer edge of the inner circle of the eye ( yes, that is a lot of words ). Use the darker pencil. This will ...
Alright, do what you did in the last step to the pupil. Also, add some more lines (depending on the lightness of the color of the eye) to ...
Now, really fill in the lashes with your darker pencil. If drawing a male eye, make the lashes a little lighter than if drawing a female eye. In ...
Shade inside the eye, and it helps to smudge it with your finger tip or a tortilion. ( Hehe, I just realized how dark I shaded this eye, ...
Shade the corners of the eye, and the eyelids. YAY!!!!! your all done!!!!!!
Join 2 million + to receive instant DIY inspiration in your inbox.
© 2016 Autodesk, Inc.