Saturday, September 1, 2012

How To Draw a Woman's Eye, Lesson And Worksheet.

This is an easy drawing lesson on sketching the eye. The free drawing worksheet below may be downloaded to your device and printed easily. Parents and teachers may print this drawing lesson for personal and class use.

FIRST, A WORD OF ENCOURAGEMENT: Learning to draw takes practice so come back every day and find more how to draw lessons to do. If the eye doesn't turn out the way you hoped do not give up because you will have learned something and your next picture will be better for it. I have a lot of how to draw worksheets print a few and try them every day for a while and in no time you will be a great artist.

To print the worksheet below just highlight it and send it to your printer or save to your device to print later. If you have problems see the how to print tab above for some suggestions.

How to Draw A Woman's Eye Worksheet.
PRINTABLE NOTES
Everybody's eyes are different so don't get discouraged if the ones you draw are not perfect because somewhere there is someone with eyes like the ones you drew.

BEGINNING
This simple eye starts with three lines. The first one for the upper eyelid is like a rainbow arch. The second line is a circle with a little bit going above the arch. The third line is a wavy one for the lower eyelid.

Place your shiny reflective spot early so you won't work over it.

The eyebrow is wider than the eye, just make a few marks to place it in the drawing but come back and finish it later since it is easy.

DETAILS
Draw a circle for the pupal, it almost touches the eyelid with its top edge. The circle of the pupal and the circle of the iris should look like a doughnut.

The skin of the eyelids are thick. Draw a second line to show the thickness.

The iris has a dark edge, so go over the outside of the iris a little but not too much. There are flecks of color in the iris they are like lines going from the outside edge to the pupal.

There is a fold of skin above the eye, it is drawn as a shadow with a soft line.

The eyelashes start on the outer edge of the eyelids. The top eyelashes are much longer than the lower ones. There are more eyelashes on the side away from the nose and fewer near the nose.

The eyebrow curves over the eye. The hair of the eyebrow goes in different directions; near the nose it goes straight up but in the center it is at an angle toward the ear and at the end, by the ear, it is laying down pointing away.

There is a shadow on the eye caused by the eyelashes and the thick eyelid, it is a thin shadow so don't overdo it.

Illustration How to Draw Eye


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