|Date Added: January 16, 2010|
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Description: You start by sketching out the shape of a face, and then move onto lightly sketching the shape of eyes. Once the eyes are drawn on a portrait, you move down not to draw the nose, but to start lining out the soft shape of the lips and mouth. Shading in some definition and detail along the chin, and cheeks will definitely add some accentuation to the jaw and face structure. Once the main aspects of the human face is drawn out, an artist will carefully start sketching out the nose. I am explaining to you how one would start a lesson that teaches you "how to draw noses". Like eyes, the nose can be a very, very difficult part of the face to get drawn right. This is because noses come in all different shapes, sizes, and widths. The best way to approach drawing a nose, is to lightly press down on your pencil at first, and then shape out the perfect nose that suits the face you are drawing. I love challenging tasks, which means I love drawing noses. In this tutorial you will use this lesson as a tool to show you the many different shapes, views, and sizes of the human nose. I think you will find this submission extremely helpful because I know for a fact that the middle part of someones face is the most difficult to draw, the eyes are second hardest. Well that's it, I will leave you to this lesson now. Be sure to explore the many different ways you can draw noses until you find the perfect fit. Adios amigos, and happy picking, I mean, drawing!