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How do i draw elliptical eyes? I can draw normal eyes okay-ish but whenever i try to draw eyes like this i just end up failing. How
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>>5013859
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I wish op would have posted his own works so i could laugh and then give feedback.
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>>5014360
Based
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this fucking board
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>>5013859
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>>5013859
>>5013863
Don't draw eyes like that.
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>>5014360
Oh uh here, this was from like two months ago, havent drawn them in a (semi) completed piece yet.
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>>5014442
File... too big had to take a screenshot
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>>5014443
FUCK I FUCKING HATE THIS STUPID FUCKING SITE GOD
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Isn't the OP eye already elliptical shape?
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>>5014446
Soul. Now that we got that out of the way:
try removing the lashes at the bottom.
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>>5014446
the bottom of her left eye is too high up (perspective is too exagerrated) and looks like it's smaller than the right eye
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>>5014514
Ohh you’re right, thanks. I think i figured out the general problem with me making eyes like that, i just lack knowledge of where the eye sockets are supposed to be in relation to eachother concerning different angles and perspectives ; which is impeding my judgement on how big/what direction the eye should be. Going to study more, Thanks for the help :)



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