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  • How to Draw Eyes? That is the question. Whether you just want to draw cartoon eyes or realistic eyes learning how to draw eyes will help you give your faces a lot more character. Drawing eyes is my favorite part about drawing the face. If you just sit down and study the eye for a minute you'll find that there is a lot more there than you probably realize. .To capture this on paper it doesn't hurt to have some basic knowledge of how the eye works and what makes it up. Now lets get to Drawing the Eye! When drawing...

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  • This is a simple quick tutorial that I have done and others might find useful in coloured pencils of how to make eyes look realistic. Figure 1: Image reference of a pair of eyes from the “Nat west” magazine cover (that I scanned.) Step 1 : Outline Figure 2: Basic outline of the eyes drawn on A4 paper with border around it. Step 2 : Work in progress dd

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  • Light is essential to sight. Without light there is no sight, at least not with our natural eyes. Because figure drawing begins with seeing, a book about figure drawing should have some significant information on the nature of light and how our eyes perceive it. Understanding how light works on objects in a scene helps the artist create a feeling of depth and substance in a drawing. In Figure 7.1 the lighting on the dress indicates that it is a dark satin material. In nature the artist often doesn’t have much control over the lighting of a scene. About...

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  • Introduction The muscles of the head consist of the chewing muscles (temporalis, masseter, and digastric) and the facial muscles (zygomaticus, orbicularis oris, etc.). The chewing muscles are thick and volumetric, and they originate and insert on bone. They open and close the lower jaw, with the action taking place at the jaw joint (temporomandibular joint). The facial muscles are thin. They originate either from the skull or from the surface of other muscles, and they generally insert into other facial muscles or into the skin.

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  • Tài liệu tham khảo bằng tiếng Anh về hội họa - Eye of a Dog

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  • Bear characteristics: Large, powerful body; powerful limbs appear relatively short. Rear feet wide. Walks on sole and heel of rear foot and usually on digits of front foot. Five digits per limb with long, curved, nonretractile claws. Front claws longer than rear claws. Large head, small eyes. Small, round, erect, furry ears. Large canines; flat, grinding molars. Short tail. Arched back, high shoulder. Grizzly has most prominent shoulder hump and dished, slightly concave face (in profile). Can have very thick layer of fur.

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  • Lion (feline) characteristics: Elongated skull. Proportion of skull varies—large in lion, jaguar, and tiger, small in cheetah and mountain lion. Large canines, small incisors. Cheek teeth with sharp edges for shearing. Large temporalis and masseter muscles of skull to powerfully close jaw. Eyes shifted slightly forward for binocular vision. Constricted pupil is round in large cats, vertical in domestic cats (pupil is horizontal in sheep and goats). Top edge of scapula usually higher than tips of thoracic vertebrae.

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  • 1. Eyes 2. Nose and Mouth 3. Shape of the Head 4. Facial Expression 5. Hair In this tutorial, I will attempt to go over how to draw general anime faces, so you can both get a better idea of how anime faces are drawn and proportioned, as well as an idea of how use what you know to create interesting original characters. I've divided this tutorial up into several sections. If you have any questions, please email me. All material is copyright by their respective owners. If you have any questions, comments, et cetera, please send them here. Arigatou gozaimasu!...

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  • Rabbit characteristics: Two pairs of upper incisors; second pair small and peg-like, located just behind the front pair. Perforated lace-like texture of bone on side of skull in front of eye socket. (Both features not found in rodents). Long and pointed large ears. Arched upper profile of skull. Strong extension of spine where neck vertebrae meet thoracic vertebrae. Strong extension of middle tail vertebrae, raising tufted tail. Relatively thin, delicate bones. Rear-projecting "metacromion" from lower end of shoulder blade (for insertion of trapezius and omotransversarius muscles).

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  • Domestic pig characteristics: Domestic pig derived from European wild boar. Snout movable—specialized for digging roots and tubers from soil. Nostrils located at end of flattened nose. Tusk-like upper canines (larger in males) grow upward and outward. Lower canines grow upward and backward to fit against larger upper canines. Upper and lower canines rub against each other, usually producing sharp edges. Elongated skull has sloping profile. Long, pointed head, small eyes, long ears; short neck. Four digits per limb, only two middle digits functional; walks on toes.

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  • Learning how to draw a rhinoceros has never been easier. No need to head down to the zoo or go on a safari, you're going to make your very own rhino come alive right before your very eyes with just a few simple steps. Sharpen your pencil and follow along below. STEP-1: Start with the Head and Body Shapes Make two ovals approximately the same size. The difference between them is that one will be vertical for the head while the other one will be horizontal for the body. These ovals will be overlapping each other. Then at the top...

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  • I know when I learn to do something for the first time that it helps if I can actually interact and "do" the activity at hand. Nothing could be truer then when learning to draw, especially when learning how to draw a face. If you just start drawing the eyes, a mouth, and a nose, you may come up with a pretty decent portrait; then again you may come out with something that looks like an abstract drawing. You might even come up with something that will change the shape of the modern art world. Even if that does...

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  • Dragonfly drawings have been requested on the site for a while, so it's time to add this popular cartoon critter. Follow along and learn how to make your own cartoon dragonfly. STEP-1: The Head and Eyes Make a large circle and then two smaller circles on top of it. The smaller circles should be about half the size of the larger one. To get the right placement of these smaller circles please refer to the example image. One small circle will be a little off centre at the top half of the head circle, while the other one will be...

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  • Eye drawing is the next step in the process of learning how to draw portraits. After blocking in the basic proportions the eyes are usually the next part that I draw. We've all heard that the eyes are windows to the soul, and that old phrase really hits the nail on the head. The eyes are extremely important to your successful portrait drawing, and it is through the eyes that we show our many emotions - happiness, fear, anger, sadness and so on. I

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  • Step 1 - The Initial Line Drawing There are two things that you should carefully observe when starting your drawing of an eye: 1 - The difference in shape between the upper and lower eyelids. 2 - How the upper eyelid covers the top of the iris. (mouse over the image to view this effect.) Step 2 - The Eyeball There are two main elements to consider when drawing the glassy surface of the eye:

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  • Why not hatch a plan to learn how to draw a cartoon chick? It's easy if you follow our step-by-step guide and you'll soon be flapping your wings as you impress friends and family with your cracking creative skills! STEP-1: Coming out of your Shell with some Basic Shapes The first part of our lesson in how to draw a cartoon chick is to sketch some basic shapes which we can then build upon to create our feathered lil' friend. Draw a large circle for the head and sketch two small circles for the eyes. ...

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  • Watch the how to draw a horse video at the bottom of this page for the full step by step walkthrough of this drawing. Use the notes provided to go along with the video for further explanation. How to start your Horse Drawing To begin with you want to start to define the major areas of the head like the nose, mouth ears and eyes of the horse along with the general shape of the head. At this stage keep your lines loose and light so that if you make any mistakes they will be easy to erase later. .Next you...

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  • Many thanks to Lianne Issa for this amazing tutorial. Check out her portraits gallery. Ok so here is my first tutorial, i'm not that good at explaining things but if i can post my Wips (works in progress) of an eye with a brief description this may help you see the way i do things. I hope you will find this usefull..... I am going to attempt to draw the very beautiful eye of Angelina Jolie

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  • Cartoon Pigs are one of the easiest animals to draw when you use the step by step method that I'm going to show you below. Looks cool and easy to draw; this is a win-win, so let's get to it! Step 1 - Circles Start off by drawing two ovals, one for the body and one for the nose. We just use ovals because we want your cartoon pigs to be easy to draw. To make different versions try experimenting with different sizes and placement of the nose. .Step 2 - Eyes, Ears and Legs In the theme of keeping things...

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  • Look into my eyessssshhhhhh, you’re feeling sssshhhhhleeepy! The snake, Kaa, from Disney’s The Jungle Book, was well known for his hypnotic eyes and now it’s time to mezmerize your friends and family with your awesome drawing skills as you learn how to draw a cartoon snake, one of these fascinating creatures. Go right ahead - he won’t bite! STEP-1: Basic Shape of our Snake For our first step in how to draw a cartoon snake, we’ll start off nice an easy with a simple curved line. This will give you a basis to work from and help you create a...

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