How To Draw and Paint Drawgirl
Step 27

We continue our tutorial of Drawgirl by explaining and illustrating the twenty-seventh step of this pastel portrait painting.

After the complexity of the previous step, we give our brains a rest and relax by completing the work already begun on the eye in an earlier step. A dark pupil is accurately placed and a faint white highlight is dabbed on it in the proper locaton. This is generally found at a point where the pupil and the iris meet - either at the 10 o'clock position or the two o'clock position. Here it is the former. After those things are done, the the upper and lower eyelashes are carefully stroked into place following the procedure explained elsewhere. The tear duct is isolated and painted with the same color as was used for the rim of the lower eyelid.

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