In this drawing guide, we will tell you how to draw eyes easy. This will be a pretty simple drawing guide. We did our best for you to create very cool picture.
First, we will draw a regular horizontal line, with which we will mark the lower border of the eyes. This line should be well below the middle of the paper.
In this step, we will draw another horizontal line that is located above the conditional middle of the paper sheet. Another action from this step is a vertical line that will divide your drawing into two equal parts.
And now we will start drawing the actual eyes. In this step, we will draw two regular semicircles that should be adjacent to the top line from the last step.
In this step we will draw the bottom border of the eye. This is a smooth line that follows the bottom line from the first step. As a result, we should get two almond-shaped shapes.
And now it’s time to draw the iris of the eye. The pigment melanin, which is present in this membrane, forms the color of the eyes. A large amount of pigment in the iris forms a dark brown eye color, and a small amount of pigment forms a light green and blue eye color.
We continue the guide on how to draw eyes. In this step we will draw the pupils. In fact, the pupil is an opening in the iris of the eye. The direction and emotional color of the gaze depends on the location of the pupil.
Slightly above the horizontal line from the first step, we will draw the eyebrows. Choose the shape of these brows based on your taste.
We always highlight a special step so that you can evaluate your picture, find all the errors, and correct these mistakes with the eraser. Let’s do this because the next action is to work with colors.
This is the nicest step, actually. So now we are going to work with colors. You can choose any color for the eyes that you have painted. In our case, this is the green eye color. In any case, don’t forget to leave the highlights inside unpainted.
So we did a great work. I hope that our guide on how to draw eyes was useful to you. We are waiting for your feedback and your questions!