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Start with the top lid

Start with the top lid

Draw the bottom lid like so

Draw the bottom lid like so

Add inner corner and erase the excess, then add crease like so

Add inner corner and erase the excess, then add crease like so

Draw the eyebrow, with the top lining of it very faint, because we will add hairs later

Draw the eyebrow, with the top lining of it very faint, because we will add hairs later

Draw a basic outline for where you want the iris to be

Draw a basic outline for where you want the iris to be

Do the same for the pupil, making sure that it is in the middle of the iris

Do the same for the pupil, making sure that it is in the middle of the iris

Define the lines more clearly, it is ok if they are dark. Line the top lid a bit more, and add a small waterline to the bottom lid

Define the lines more clearly, it is ok if they are dark. Line the top lid a bit more, and add a small waterline to the bottom lid

Start to shade the inside of the iris, making a dark crescent shape at the top, and make the outsides darker than the insides

Start to shade the inside of the iris, making a dark crescent shape at the top, and make the outsides darker than the insides

Start to connect the outer line of the iris to the pupil using scattered and faint lines

Start to connect the outer line of the iris to the pupil using scattered and faint lines

Continue shading, make sure there is a specific shine spot, but shade everything else

Continue shading, make sure there is a specific shine spot, but shade everything else

Start to lightly shade the white of the eye. A big tip for drawing eyes, always shade the white of the eyes

Start to lightly shade the white of the eye. A big tip for drawing eyes, always shade the white of the eyes

Continue shading, making a sort of shadow under the lid, and fill in the corner of the eye like so

Continue shading, making a sort of shadow under the lid, and fill in the corner of the eye like so

Start to shade above the crease

Start to shade above the crease

Make the crease darker than the rest of the above the eye area. Start to lightly shade below the crease, but don\u2019t make it darker than what is above the crease. Blend lightly with your fingertip.

Make the crease darker than the rest of the above the eye area. Start to lightly shade below the crease, but don’t make it darker than what is above the crease. Blend lightly with your fingertip.

I added a bit more detail shading around the eye.

I added a bit more detail shading around the eye.

Start the eyelashes like this. I know it looks really weird, but I promise it won\u2019t in the end

Start the eyelashes like this. I know it looks really weird, but I promise it won’t in the end

Start to slowly fill them in, making sure to make them look natural with different lengths and thickness

Start to slowly fill them in, making sure to make them look natural with different lengths and thickness

Continue slowly doing this

Continue slowly doing this

Start to do the bottom lashes. Make them much much lighter than the top lashes, and draw much less of them, and mainly in the outer corner

Start to do the bottom lashes. Make them much much lighter than the top lashes, and draw much less of them, and mainly in the outer corner

Finish them like so, but leave room for a waterline, so don\u2019t draw the lashes right up against the eye like the top lashes

Finish them like so, but leave room for a waterline, so don’t draw the lashes right up against the eye like the top lashes

Start to draw hairs for the eyebrows

Start to draw hairs for the eyebrows

Shade around the corner of the eye like this. Make sure the corner is pretty white compared to the rest of the eye

Shade around the corner of the eye like this. Make sure the corner is pretty white compared to the rest of the eye

Continue doing short lines like this, making a sort of feather shape.

Continue doing short lines like this, making a sort of feather shape.

Lightly draw hairs at the beginning of the brow, making them thinner than the hairs on the end of the brow

Lightly draw hairs at the beginning of the brow, making them thinner than the hairs on the end of the brow

Finish stroking in the brows, and erase the previous pencil lines of necessary

Finish stroking in the brows, and erase the previous pencil lines of necessary

Shade a bit more like this on the outside of the eye and you\u2019re done! Hope you enjoyed! Sorry if I\u2019m bad at explaining things, but please leave a comment telling your thoughts!

Shade a bit more like this on the outside of the eye and you’re done! Hope you enjoyed! Sorry if I’m bad at explaining things, but please leave a comment telling your thoughts!

  • Paper
  • Pencil (I used a 3b one)