Being able to draw realistic human eyes looks like it would be near impossible to attain. Well, you would be wrong if you think this. I know that you could draw great, realistic eyes. The following drawing lesson will guide you through drawing realistic eyes in simple to follow steps. Find this guide on the linked page.
Do you want to learn how to draw people? If so, learning how to draw the human face and head is a good place to start. But without some proper knowledge of simple measurements and proportions of a person's face, your drawings might look strange out of of proportions. That is what this article will help you with. You will want to bookmark this page and come back when you need to draw the human head and face. Below, find out how to draw the face in profile view (side view), three-quarters view (3/4), and front view.
Every building must have a framework for a good construction and the same is true of humans and animals. Maybe that is why the drawings some of us make at times border on the unbelievable - we didn’t take the time to make a skeleton in good proportion and balance. You may think you can take a shortcut and just not bother about such things, but that would be ignoring all fundamental principles of life and growth. Always build your human and animal forms upon a solid framework. You can call these underlying frameworks - skeletons - stick figures - urch-purches ... etc.
When a person's face shows emotions, the eyes, eye brows, and mouth all move in specific ways. This movement is called facial expressions....learn how to draw theme with the cartoon facial expressions with the chart below. Practice drawing the facial expressions by looking at this chart as well as studying yourself in the mirror while making silly faces.
Learn how to draw better female figures with the following helpful methods and techniques. The following helpful pointers will help you learn how to draw attractive, lively girls and women figures. This particular tutorial is for drawing more interesting finished drawings by adding lines of actions and variety of lines within each figure drawing.