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To find out where to draw the chin, use your ruler or pencil and finger to measure half of the circle’s diameter (from the bottom of the circle to the horizontal line), then transfer your measurement to the bottom of the circle and draw a line for the chin.
Drawing narrow eyes can make a face look more chill and relaxed. The more visible the iris is, the more alert, intense, surprised, innocent or even angry the face will look. Sharper, broader angles can make him look stronger, more masculine Try different eye shapes too.
I tried to make him look southeast asian by turning his eyes up at the ends, making the tip of the nose less pointy and giving him a pair of well defined lips. Try to turn your character from a man into a boy by simply making his jawline narrower and smoother so his bones look less developed.
See if you can age him by adding different types of facial hair too!
Draw the cheeks and jawline by connecting chin to the circle. Don’t forget to keep your lines light. We’re going to give the face more definition later. The lighter your lines are, the easier it will be to erase and make changes.
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I will be using the following materials for this nose drawing tutorial: – Mechanical Pencil with 0.5 mm HB lead by Ain (If you’re a beginner, it may be hard to shade with a mechanical pencil. You can use a blunt HB pencil for a smoother shading and blending experience). – Kneaded Rubber Eraser – Blending Stump (Learn how to use one here) – Canson Bristol Paper (smooth side)
HB pencil Kneaded Eraser (for lifting graphite in layers) Plastic Eraser (for erasing things completely) Canson Sketch Paper
Lightly sketch another guidelines halfway in between the horizontal guideline (line going left and right) and the bottom of the circle. Place the nose on this line. Draw the top of the eye on the horizontal guideline.
Through the center of the head, draw a vertical and horizontal line.
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Erase the horizontal line inside of the circle and then draw a line going through the center of the head vertically and horizontally.
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For a more feminine face, draw a narrow nose using soft lines that are not too angular/sharp. For the nose-bridge, draw a smooth curve that’s not too dark.
Females tend to have softer, more rounded hairlines compared to males. Draw a smooth line around the forehead without making many sharp angles. Make sure to keep your lines fairly light as well.
**Update: By popular request, here’s a slower, more detailed version:
Draw the cheeks, jawline and chin using smooth lines. A square chin can make your drawing look a lot more masculine (not that there’s anything wrong with that!).
Let’s draw the nose within these boundaries. For a medium length nose, draw it above the nose line.
We’ll need some boundary lines for the lips as well. Draw a boundary line coming down from the center of each eye and stopping at the line labelled “lips”.
Draw a triangle directly under (touching) the nose and ending on the “lip” line.
Note: Thanks to Pranab Mahajan for reminding me to add this little detail – If you find it difficult to split the face into 5 equal sections, measure the width of the head using a ruler and divide your number by 5.
Learn how to draw lips using my triangle method: blog version, video version
Here is a very simple step by step tutorial on how to draw a nose from the front view. Below is a diagram of a nose broken down into 3 separate parts: the bridge, the nostrils and the ball or tip. Breaking things down into sections will make drawing noses a breeze! We will first use simple shapes/forms as guidelines to construct the shape of the nose and to maintain symmetry.
On the line labelled eyes, split the face into 5 equal sections. Make sure you take the entire width of the head into account.
I erased the construction lines to show you his face without obtructions. You can keep these construction lines to aid you at the end of this tutorial when we swap out facial features to transform our characters!
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Draw a horizontal line through the middle of the circle and a diamond-like shape around it for the nostrils.
You can keep your construction lines to aid in the process or erase them and use the faint lines from your erased features to draw a slightly different one.
Draw a circle for the ball of the nose and 2 curved lines on each side for the bridge. Keep the strokes light so they can be erased in later steps.
First draw a circle-like shape with half of an oval coming out of the bottom of it…as pictured above.
Shade the nostrils and remember to leave some areas untouched so you can do some highlighting later.
Now draw the bottom of the eye. Draw the top of the mouth along the bottom of the circle.
Don’t be afraid to experiment with drawing dis-proportioned faces. Stretch your imagination and just have fun with it!
Give the cheeks, jawline and chin some more definition. I gave him a sharp jawline with a dimpled chin. To make someone look skinnier, you can draw some subtle lines to shape the cheeks.
Draw your eyes in the appropriate spaces. Click here for a detailed tutorial on drawing eyes.
Draw your triangle directly below the nose and resting on the line labelled “lips”.
I hope you guys enjoyed this tutorial as much as I enjoyed making it 🙂
Draw Various Female Faces The original face looked sad. When I made her eyes wider, her sadness disappeared instantly! I didn’t even need to change the eyebrows. And then I changed her lips and lowered her nose.
Once you finished the hairline, draw the rest of the hair. For a super detailed tutorial on drawing hair, visit this tutorial.
One the line labelled eyes, split the head into 5 equal sections while taking the full width of the head into account.
Put shadows in, like I did above. You can make shadows by using the side of your pencil and then rubbing your finger to smudge the pencil.
Draw the hairline by creating a very angular shape that is well defined.
Follow the diamond shape to create the nostrils. Now it’s starting to come together!
Shade around the outer part of the bridge and around the inner part of the circle, making a long “U” shape. You will notice the shading is thicker at the top of the bridge. That is because the bridge of the nose leads into the brow bones. Don’t worry if the guidelines you created earlier didn’t blend in with your shading. We will darken the drawing later.
Move your features around, make them bigger, smaller, longer, shorter or place them further apart. The possibilities are endless!
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If you want to know where to place the nose on a face with correct proportions, check out my tutorial on drawing faces!
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You love Justin Bieber and you want to doodle his face all over your school notebooks? What is a girl to do? I have made a step by step Justin Bieber drawing tutorial that you can use to learn the steps. Find out how to draw Justin Bieber now…look below.
Click here for a tutorial on how to draw a nose from the side
Hey! This tutorial now comes with a video! If you haven’t watched it yet, click here or press play below! The video is very detailed and contains many additional steps, examples and techniques:
Once that’s complete, draw the rest of the hair. To give his hair more volume, draw your outlines further away from the head, but make sure the distance is somewhat consistent or else the head shape may look unrealistic.
Here’s a quick and easy method for beginners to draw male and female faces. In this tutorial, I’ll draw 2 basic faces and then I’ll demonstrate how some easy modifications can affect the overall look of the face.
Draw guidelines (help you figure out where to place the facial features), as seen above.
I noticed that when drawing males with thick outlines around the mouth, they turn out looking more feminine. You can lighten the outlines to make a pair of lips look more masculine.
Shape and contour the bridge and ball of the nose. You can shade around the top of the circle to make the nose look pointer or shade the middle of the circle to give it a flatter look. Use the eraser to dab areas which appear too dark, any lines that show through or areas you want to highlight.
Next, you want to use a blending stump (learn how to use a blending stump here) to gently blend out the skin and give it a softer look. Add some touch-ups and go over your highlighted areas once more with a kneaded eraser. You can try different diamond shapes as well as circles to create more unique nose shapes. Experiment with shading to achieve longer, flatter, or more defined noses and so on. Click here to check out my tutorial on how to draw a nose step by step from the side.
Measure half the circle’s diameter and add it to the bottom to get the chin, except THIS time, draw the chin slightly shorter.
Draw the pupil and iris. Draw the iris by drawing a shape that would be a circle if it wasn’t blocked by the eyelid. Also draw the pupil by drawing a number ‘8’ like shape (one of the circles in the ‘8’ is a highlight). Also draw the eyebrows.
Before we draw the nose, we’ll need some boundary lines. Draw a line coming down from the corner of each eye and stopping at the line labelled “nose”.
For a medium length mouth, draw it well within the boundary lines. Rest the bottom lip on the line labelled “lips”.
Example: If the widest part of the head is 6cm, divide it by 5 to get 1.2cm. Then split the head into sections of 1.2cm each.
To finish it off, give her a narrow neck compared to his. A thick neck may indicate a muscular individual.
Again, draw a set of boundary lines coming down from the inner corner of each eye. Draw your nose a little higher than the ‘nose line’ for a medium length nose.
Important: Before we move onto the next step, erase the horizontal line inside of the circle.
Finally, give him a thick neck and add the shoulders as well.
Split the bottom section of the face in half and then in half again.
Create your boundary lines coming down from the center of each eye.
Click the following link and hit the download button beside the printer icon to download the PDF: RapidFireArt Tutorials-How to Draw a Nose from the Front
Same thing here – draw a circle with a line going through the center vertically and horizontally.
For females, I like to draw a narrow face with a narrow jaw. For the chin, taper your lines in so the chin is more narrow compared to the male.
This is the most fun part of creating this tutorial! Once you’ve created a face, you can easily change the features to test out different looks: hairstyles, lips, nose lengths, eye shapes, etc… The possibilities are endless and it’s also a great way to learn how each facial feature impacts a character’s emotions.
Draw a circle and then make a line through the center vertically and horizontally. Try to keep your construction lines as light as possible. If you can’t draw a good circle, don’t worry! Trace a round object such as a cup or a roll of duct tape.
Try to sketch very lightly so you can easily erase mistakes as you go along. This will also be helpful for the last part of the tutorial where we’ll swap out facial features to play with the way our characters appear. I used a 2B for this tutorial so you can clearly see what I’m doing, however I recommend using an HB or harder pencil grade.