Step 10: Lightly sketch the eyeballs inside the head as two small circles. Use the initial lines as guides for size and placement of the eyes. When you get the size and placement right, darken the lines. The eye on the right should be a bit bigger because of the perspective of the turned head. Make the edges darker and add a pointy tip at the bottom of each eye to create the corners of the eyes. The corners of the Bengal cat's eyes should point down toward the muzzle.
Step 11: Inside each eye, off to the side, draw a tiny circle to represent glare. In the middle of each eye, draw a thin slit for the pupils. You can also draw a big circle if you want your cat's pupils to be dilated. Shade in the rest of the eyeballs to give the irises some value. As you shade, use a value that's lighter than the pupils. Be careful when you shade so that you don't overlap the small glare circle. You can make the top part slightly darker for a gradual transition of the value of the Bengal's irises.
Step 12: Inside the muzzle, near the top, lightly sketch a triangle for the Bengal cat's nose. Pay attention to the size and placement of the nose in relation to the eyes. When you get the size and shape right, darken the lines. Use a wavy line for the top part. As you darken the sides, curve them inward a bit to create the nostrils. Add a short line at the top of the nose on either side for extra detail. Draw a small line near the eye on the left for the bridge of the cat's nose.
Step 13: Add the cat's muzzle by first drawing a small line under the nose. Now continue drawing the line toward the right to create the right side of the mouth. Add the other side of the mouth by drawing a line toward the left. Curve the line upward along the edge of the initial circle to form the side of the Bengal's muzzle. Draw the lines using a series of quick, short strokes for a fur-like texture. Draw a curved line made up of short strokes under the mouth for the chin. Use the initial circle as a guide for the curvature of the chin.
Step 14: Darken the triangle-like shape on the right to create the Bengal cat's first ear. Add a few curved shapes to give the ear structure. Use long strokes inside too for the fur found there.