Step 10: Inside the circle for the head, near the middle, lightly sketch a small oval for the eye. When you get the size and position of the eye right, darken the lines but make the sides pointier. Inside the eye, draw a tiny circle to represent glare. Shade the inside of the giraffe's eye, except for the tiny glare circle. Make the middle part of the eye darker for the pupil. Draw a few curved lines around the eye for the eyelid and some wrinkles.
Step 11: Inside the giraffe's muzzle, near the tip, draw a short slit-like line for the nostril. Draw a few curved lines around the nostril to give the nose more structure.
Step 12: Use the initial arc as a guide to draw the shape of the muzzle. Below the nose, draw a wavy line that slopes up toward the eye for the mouth. Don't make the line for the mouth too long. Follow the basic path of the arc to finish the top of the muzzle. Under the mouth, draw two curved lines for the lower lip and chin. The giraffe's entire muzzle should fit inside the arc.
Step 13: Use the small arc on the head as a guide to draw the giraffe's ear. Follow the shape of the arc but make the ear a bit smaller and draw the bottom part inside the head. Add a few curved lines within the shape to give the ear more structure.
Step 14: Use the short lines on top of the head as guides to draw the horns. Lightly sketch the giraffe's horns around the lines. The shapes should be similar to cylinders with furry tops. When you get the shapes right, darken the lines. Use short strokes at the top for the fur.