How to Draw a Nose – Real-Time Demo
This is the nose I made while watching the demo. I think it doesn't look enough like the reference. But I'm still happy with my first "real" nose!
So thats my work of today Juste lemme know if you see mistakes I would apreciate as long as it is constructive Thx And if you know where Incould find référence for n'ose eyes and all this stuff I would taie it too
I suppose this is my first time ever posting here. I am studying the nose in Proko's "Portrait Drawing Fundamentals" course. The upper left and bottom right were done following along with him, and getting a feel for figuring out my landmarks. The bottom-middle was the same, but I then kept going to create an illustration on a whim, just to see what my instincts would show me. Finally, I did an independent nose study (bottom -left), and I was very pleased with the outcome. One thing I like to do is "reclaim" territory on my pages, so as to not waste paper, and just start filling in as much empty space as I can.
I following along the video and the results were decent. And then I tried another reference in colour and then found it super difficult to keep the relative values in shading. Also, I discovered that old people are great for references, side note, now I feel I have an idea for the frontal view but just by itself unsure how to tackle different angles… so much to learn and practice!
Noses!!! These are hard, but fun. The top one is Proko’s lesson, and the other two are from reference pics online . Thank you for any feedback.
Some nose jobs this week. So many different shapes! Not sure if I’m going about improving in the right way. I watch the video. Draw along with it. Then try to apply this to several drawings with my photo references. Then I go back to the video and try again. I’ll keep going with this approach till the end, and then try a dozen or so portraits before going through various aspects of the course again.
2021/02/23. Hi everyone. Here's my today assignment for this section. Nose still remain very difficult to shading... let's keep practicing. Goodnight.