Eyebrow placement


#1

Can someone let me know if I need to realign the eyebrows or lighten them. They have not been baked yet.


#2

They look a bit high to me, and a bit thick. I like his skintone though :slight_smile:


#3

Okay😊 thank you. I will readjust and thin.


#4

They are a bit high & thick. Have you ever tried a prismacolor pencil? I love using them especially for brows.

You want to place them where the brow bone is.


#5

i have , I was just messing around with paint lol, but I’ve just pulled my pencils back out. Thank you for the illustration.


#6

I think I’m gonna just give my all my babies unibrows and be done with it. I can change my nursery name to Unibrow Lane lol


#7

@specialmoments @MilosMeadows
I did them with prisma this time and tried making them thinner.


#8

I love that skin tone and lip color combination!


#9

I agree. I love that skin color though!:slightly_smiling_face:


#11

I think they are still too high.


#12

I also still think they’re too high. They need to be where the brow bone protrudes and not in the indentation above the brow bone (where I see a lot of people put them). But he’s very cute! Good job!


#13

:neutral_face: I baked them last night. I have another taite in need of eyebrows today so I will try to place them lower. I’ve watched videos, heck I’ve taken human anatomy and was a radiology tech—you’d think I could figure out something as simple as brow bones on a sculpt. This is crazy :stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes: lol


#14

I agree, and don’t beat yourself up, eyebrows are hard to learn and I see long time artist that paint them halfway up the forehead LOL… you will do great!!


#15

I look at pictures of the prototype for proper placement. Easier to critic someone else’s work sometimes. They are still too high- eyebrow muscles pull down the eyebrows when crying


#16

yes that’s where i looked first lol, but that is a good thought…they do pull down


#17

There is a brow line you are about an inch and a half too high they need to be just above the eye where those nose creases are. Don’t mean to be unkind but eyebrows aren’t in the hairline.


#18

To me the placement looks okay. Squinting/crying brow placement can be a little difficult to determine because the brow bone is a little thin. I think if you make them just a tad fuller especially with very fine and more individual “strokes” & less arch the brow placement will more natural


#19

@Shera1 not unkind–any advice given in the forum should be teachable, and meant to be taken as so. So ty for your input.
@specialmoments thank you. I ended up googling crying preemie babies and I do notice what you mean. I did however notice that many preemies shown had none or very little eyebrow. I’m totally wishing I would have paid attention to that before lol, but I am not complaining bc these kits were meant to be practice kits so I can improve my reborning before I get to my more expensive kits :grinning:


#20

Great attitude of acceptance of critique…you will do well!


#21

They still look a bit to high to me. I would bring them down a little bit more. JMO