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Introduction to Drawing the Nose with Steve Huston

Introduction to Drawing the Nose
Learn to Draw the Head! Construct three major parts of the nose and draw the nose from different perspectives

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Steve Huston
Anatomy, Head & Portrait
Colored Pencil
1h 17m 4s

In this lesson, instructor Steve Huston will show you how to construct the three major parts of the nose, including the ball of the nose, the left, and the right wings of the nostrils. You will learn to properly place the nose on the face and draw it from different perspectives.

This lesson belongs to the course Constructive Head Drawing I. During this 6-week course, renowned artist Steve Huston will teach you a direct and powerful approach to drawing the human head. Steve will show you the basic and intermediate constructions of the head. Then, you will learn to draw facial features by studying the informative lectures on anatomy, structure, and placement. You will also watch Steve analyze some portrait artworks from the Old Masters to understand the application of simple forms and shapes. After this course, you will gain a deeper understanding of the anatomy of the head and the nuances of every facial feature; this is crucial information for creating portrait drawings.

Throughout this course, you’ll have access to the NMA community for feedback and critiques to improve your work as you progress.

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