How to draw a nose from the front – 7 easy steps
I’ll be using the following materials for this nose drawing tutorial: u2013 Mechanical Pencil with 0.5 mm HB lead by Ain u2013 Canson Bristol Paper u2013 Kneaded Rubber Eraser u2013 Blending Stump
Step 1: Start with a circle
To avoid damaging the paper with too many strokes, start by drawing a circle for the nose and lines for the eyes, ears, and mouth. Keep the strokes light so they can be erased in later steps.
Step 3: Shade around the nose bridge and tip
Don’t worry if the guidelines you created earlier didn’t blend in with your shading; we’ll darken the drawing later. Shade around the outer part of the nose in a circle, making a long “U” shape; you’ll notice the shading is thicker at the top of the bridge.
Step 4: Draw the nostrils
1. Draw the nostrils, 2. the brows, 3. the ears, 4. the eyes, 5. the eyelids, 6. the lips, 7. the cheeks, 8. the noses, 9. and the mouths, 10. using the diamond shape.
Step 6: Shape the nose
Make sure the lines show through or highlight any areas in the final image that you want to stand out.
Step 7: Blend your shading
This simple nose drawing tutorial includes a video! Follow along as I demonstrate how to draw a nose from the side, and check out my tutorial on drawing faces to learn where to place the nose on a face with proper proportions!
How do you draw realistic lips?
In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to draw lips in the frontal view.
- Refine the outline and show the volume in the lower lip with two ovals.
- Add a shadow for the upper and lower lips with the HB pencil.
- Add some shading and tone to the whole drawing.
- Add the lines on the lips.
What is the perfect nose?
The goal of facial plastic surgery is never to completely alter the way you look, but to enhance your natural looks with a nose that has a more harmonious shape. An ideal, or perfect, nose is one that has a shape that works in harmony with your other facial features.
What are the 14 types of noses?
14 Pictures of the Perfect and Best Celebrity Nose Shapes:
- Nubian Nose: A Nubian nose is one in which the lower end of the nose is pointed downwards and almost to the lips.
- Greek Nose:
- Hook Nose:
- Arched Nose:
- Button Nose:
- Straight Nose:
- Concave Nose:
- Crooked Nose:
What are lips for?
Lips enable us to chew and swallow with our mouths closed; to grasp objects such as nails and clothes pegs; and to suckle at the breast; but, perhaps most importantly, they enable us to smile, bare our teeth, and kiss.