How to Draw Fashion Eyes with Different Angles and Expressions
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Draw three-quarter-view eyes.
Draw an oval for the face and sketch a face grid, turning the face. On the right side of the oval, indent the oval a bit at the eye socket. Keep the horizontal line in the center and the vertical line off-center.
When you move the center line, imagine that the face is turning; therefore, the side away from the viewer will show the eye coming off the side of the face. For the eye socket, start with an indentation inside the circled area of the figure.
Draw the eyes. The eye closest to the viewer is a regular full eye. The eye on the side turned away is less wide and comes to the edge of the face. Extend some lashes for a dramatic effect.
To draw the three-quarter view eye, start with a rounded almond shape. Cut through the almond shape to draw the upper eyelid, leaving more space for the eyeball than the eyelid. Draw the iris with a few lines for shading and then blacken the pupil while leaving a space white. Finish with some long eyelashes on the top and bottom of the lids.