for noses, I found that the best way to draw them is by studying how they work!
one thing to understand about noses is that they don’t have a lot of fat on them like the rest of the body does. It’s mainly just bone and cartilage. So knowing where the bone starts and how everything else fits into it helps a lot!
I also reblogged a step by step tutorial here a while ago.
as for drawing different types of noses, references help alot! I have something in my drafts I can reblog for you too.
But I would try concentrating on learning the structure of the nose first. Once you do that, drawing other nose types will come to you a lot easier.
25 Essential Expressions
Draw a _______ shaped face (for both genders):
REF: 01 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 05
Draw a ______ nose:
Draw ______ lips:
Draw _____ ears:
Draw ______ eyes:
Draw ______ eyebrows:
Draw a _____ shaped body (for both genders):
Reverse triangle/reverse pear/V-frame
Draw the body (of both genders) facing:
3rd perspective (good luck with that)
Bird’s eye view
Worm’s eye view
There should be more diversity in the people we draw, and if you’re stuck in an art block, you can always go back to the basics.
Credit to: Candeaumer.mangabullet.com
I need to do this.