Just like the girls, EAH (Ever After High) boys have a very flat face. They look great from the front, but not so much from the side.
The lack of a defined eye sculpt makes it difficult to draw eyes but does make it easy to draw any type of eye shape. Here his eyes were outlined using a thin layer of acrylic paint to make sure that they were lined up and to get a preview of how I wanted them to look.
Hunter only requires very subtle shading and blushing for a natural look.
Flats and some gradient shading…
But the strong, masculine jaw makes up for it!
A minor color swap with his eyes. =P
Compared to the Monster High boys, Ever After High boys are a lot buffer, wider, overall more masculine. Their bodies are almost comparable to 1/6th action figures for anyone who wants to add some variety to their doll collection.