Today, you will learn how to draw a nose and eyes in just a few easy steps. Start this guide and get useful drawing skills.
In this tutorial, I want to show you how to draw a nose and eyes. I am sure that this simple lesson will help you improve your creativity.
Now you will learn how to draw a nose and eyes step by step. This lesson will be doubly useful because here you will practice drawing two parts of the face at once. In this tutorial, you will use guidelines to help you position all the objects correctly.
In this lesson, it is very important to observe all proportions, so carefully draw all the elements and place them correctly. For example, the distance between the eyes is approximately equal to the width of one eye and the width of the nose is approximately equal to the distance between the eyes.
Consider these features when you draw a person’s face. Use these simple tips, and you will get good drawings.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes.
How to Draw a Nose and Eyes
- Add guidelines.
Draw horizontal and vertical lines that are crosswise.
- Depict guidelines for the eyes.
Draw two horizontal lines and make small marks to indicate the width of the eyes.
- Sketch out the outline of the eyes.
Depict two eyes using marks. Highlight the inner corners of the eyes.
- Depict the iris and pupil.
Draw circles of different diameters inside each eye.
- Add the upper eyelids and the skin fold on the lower eyelids.
Sketch out smooth lines above and below the eye, as shown in the example.
- Depict the nose.
Use a smooth line to depict the outline of the nose and at the bottom draw the tip of the nose.
- Sketch out the eyelashes and nostrils.
On the upper eyelid, draw the eyelashes. Draw the nostrils using rounded lines.
- Correct inaccuracies.
Carefully remove all extra lines in your drawing.
- Color the drawing.
Choose any colors.
Lesson over! I hope that you remember all the drawing steps and can repeat them if necessary. You can further practice and make some more drawings to improve your skills.
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