Hello~First, thank you so much for asking me though i don’t if this it will be helpful but i hope it does. And second as i always say my english is not very good so, i’m sorry for my grammar.Well I don’t think i’m the best at drawing people crying but I tried to do something simple with the the examples :)Ok the first i do is think about the context like if i’ll draw sometone that is crying because he/she is surprised, scared, happy, etc.As you can see i made it like they were surprised/scared and well the important is the expression you want to gave them like the shape of the eyebrow, their eyes and mouthYou can play with the shape of the eyebrow and mouth to give the feeling that they were frustrated/anguished or something like that idkAlso it’s important that you do the lines under the eyes and of course, the tears (I can’t draw very well that part because as you can see it looks a little bit exaggerated ;;;;)Anyway, try to play with the expressions, adding what you feel is necessary, like the lines under the eyes because it gives it that touch of “redness” when someone is crying :)
Suppose someone said “humans are foolish”. Obviously, that person would be talking about themselves as well. If you want to understand human beings, you need to do more than just watch them. You need to pay attention to what they themselves are watching. What are you watching? You are the ones I’m watching. It may be hard to believe, but I like you guys. You know what they say… The opposite of love is not hatred, but indifference. An indifferent person would lack the drive to kill or hurt. My mind keeps jumping around. Am I nervous…? Did I underestimate my enemy so much that I stepped in too deep…?
…What a silly thought.