The Nose, awkward, but essential. I have been looking all over the internet for a decent tutorial on how to draw a nose, and I could find a single one. In this tutorial you will learn how to draw a Basic human nose.

Step 1: Materials.

You will need:
1 sketchpad OR Drawing Paper
Pencils (I only like Faber Castell, They don't break)
Eraser, Trust me, bring a spare. (preferably a plastic AND a kneaded, they can get into small areas)

No picture for this, Sorry. Camera died and It takes a while to charge. But how hard are those things to come by?

This isnt accurate bro
<p>I find blogs hard to follow, but I will try. I had learned some basic building blocks of the nose from a video tutorial - http://www.jerrysartarama.com/art-lessons/Subject/Drawing/Drawing-Drawing-the-Nose.html Hope it all turns out well when I actually try.</p>
<p>I learned that a keystone placed at the top of the nose bridge is helpful for locating the eyes. The bottom sits on top the bridge. The corners of the top of the stone indicate the beginning of the brow. Each eye lies to either side of the keystone, with the skull cavity for the eye lying between the brow and bridge (the top and bottom lines of the keystone).</p>
<p>Also--did you know that the chin of a face corresponds to the nostrils of the nose? If you lay a straight edge along the face vertically, going thru the left nostril and the top left tip of the upper lip, the line will continue down at an angle to bisect the bottom of the face. Do the right side as well and the two lines will show the width of the chin. People with a long narrow nose generally have a thin chin and lip tips that are close together. A wide nose is just the opposite. Take some time looking at people to see these lines.</p>
It's a nice instructable and all, though I must agree with the others that it's not very accurate. For a draft it would suffice, just to do it quickly, though.<br/>I do have to say that I'm kind of puzzled by your attitude though. Is it necessary to become so defensive, or were you just having a bad day? Makes me kinda scared to comment.
Hello! This instructable is great! But if i may add a little constructive critism i think that adding shading gives it a little more realism and more of a 3-d effect.<br>
it honestly doesnt take that much. and even when you do use that much, it doesnt turn out very elegantly if you know what i mean.
I would personally Like to hear how you could best a tenth grade me, who hadn't taken any drawing classes. I now crank out portraits for $40 bucks.
oh your cool. :] jk<br><br>but seriously. you need to cool it a little. i havnt seen your other instructables so i wont say anything right now, but if thats your best then i think you should stop being so proud, and learn a little. look at a picture. thats not how a nose works. im sorry but it just isnt. im a freshman, no drawing classes, and i can draw a nose just as good, or most likely better. i havnt really tried drawing a nose alone before. i just dont really draw noses for fun. i mean maybe thats just me...<br><br>i tried being constructive, but thats apparently not how you roll.<br><br>i draw pretty close to as well as my sister, and she does portraits for 80+ bucks. im not being conceited. you asked.
I could do portraits for 80+ but people don't buy them. But yes, I understand that's not really what a nose looks like, and yes it could be better, but I am lazy, and do not wish to make an update instructable.
Alright. <br><br>But I don't want to make you feel lame.<br> I don't care whether I'm worse<br>or better than you at drawing I just want<br>to help you out. <br><br>Keep drawing bro.
Great! I know a different technique that I find a little easier, but if I did not know it, I would use this as my approach.
Why don't you show us this technique?
Great idea! It does not look as accurate but eh... yeah. This technique looks better. xD I'll make an instructable and show you I guess...?
Please do, there's no correct way to do anything. I'd be glad to see more than one way to make noses.
&nbsp;Looks great! You should do one on feet.
Very nice approach.&nbsp; I never have doodled noses well.<br />
This is great!&nbsp;I&nbsp;always have trouble drawing noses.<br />

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