Self portrait-eye structure

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Self portrait-eye structure

  1. 1. facial features eye structure
  2. 2. 0 value
  3. 3. “Whites” of the eye are more of a 2 value
  4. 4. Don’t forget the tear duct. Notice how much of the circle of the iris is visible.
  5. 5. Draw a vertical line across the top third of the page.Measure the slant of your eye.Your tear duct and the corner of your eye rarely line up on a vertical line.
  6. 6. Don’t forget the lower lid needs to remain visible. Keep the valueof the white of the eye at around 2 especially under the lid.Look for the angle and width of the upper lid when your eyeis open Notice where the light falls – on your upper eye lid. The shadow will be on your eye ridge below your brow.
  7. 7. Measure the height of your pupil. Use it as your unit of measure.Measure how many pupils high your brow is above your pupil.Where does the arch of your brow change according to your eye?
  8. 8. Lightly sketch in where your brow will go. Save that detail forlater! Use your white chalk to create the light highlights on yourpupil. Don’t turn yourself manga! Also look for the liquid lines at the edges of your eyes and around your tear ducts.
  9. 9. Measure how many “eye”s across your other eye is.
  10. 10. Lightly draw where your eye should be. Makesure you include the opposite slant of your eye.
  11. 11. Leave your brows for later. Eyelashes grow from the outer rim of your eyelid. Pay close attention to theshadows between your eyes. They will begin your nose.

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