# How To Draw An Eye

## Step 1.

This is the shape or outline of the eye. You want to make sure both ends (where the tear duds, or whatever they're called, are equal with each other.

## Step 2.

Okay now you want to start drawing the top eyelid of your eye. Or if you want, you can first draw the iris. You can flip step 2 and 3 if it makes more sense to draw the iris first.

## Step 3.

This is the iris of the eye. This is the step that you can flip with step 2, if you prefere. The next picture will show the top eyelid and the iris combined.

## Step 4.

This picture shows the iris and the top eyelid combined. You don't want the entire iris to show or else it looks like a manga character. What I'm trying to say is that you eye wouldn't look realistic if the entire iris shows.

## Step 5.

Next, you are drawing the pupil. You don't want the pupil too big or else your eye will not look human. You also want your pupil to be in the center of the iris.

## Step 6.

Now you are drawing what I call the light reflection that you get when you look in a mirror. I hope you understand what I mean. You don't want the "shiny part" in the iris to be too big or else, once again, it will look like a manga character. I usually place it on the right side of the pupil. But it depends on how the light is relecting off of the iris.

## Step 7.

Now time for shading. You want the color around the "shiny part" of the iris to be the darkest part of the iris. Also, as you move away from the pupil, the color should be lighter.

## Step 8.

This is just a better image of the eye.

## Step 9.

Now what the arrow is pointing at in the image is the crease of the eyelid.

## Step 10.

Now you draw the lines underneath the eye. This is what people refere to as "the bags underneath your eye".

## Step 11.

Lastly, you will draw the lines "showing" the eyeball. Or you can call it the outlines of the tearduds or tearducts. Okay don't judge me on spelling please.

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