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Are called tear drop frames. And that would be because they're in the shape of tear drops.
Not necessarily, how the drops fall out of your eyes. But tear drops would fall out of
your eyes. As, so in that shape. So that's where the, it gets tear drop frame from. Because
I actually do know that one. That's the one that I do know. These I have drawn in as an
aviator type nose piece in the nose bridge. The piece of the nose bridge is in two pieces.
And they don't connect in the middle but they do touch. That's going to connect to your
thin. Typically, it's going to be narrower frames. Then, they're not wire framed. You
could have them be wire framed, if you wanted. But these can come in a plastic frame around
the glass. But it's going to be thin, usually. Otherwise, you end up going to a different
style, completely. And you have the over sized glasses that are plastic. That are typically
sun glasses. This is, even though there's the two different parts of the nose piece.
You can still fold your paper in half, of the nose. And draw each side because it's
symmetric. If you draw the center of the line, down there. They're both symmetric. So fold
in half, draw then trace.