This is a tutorial on how I do my nose on my paintings following my eye tutorial. I have broken it all down so you can see how and in what order I paint the nose. There are many ways in which other artist do this, but I am self taught and I find this way works for me and allows me to achieve the realism that I am after
Here are some examples of how this fits into a portrait alongside my original eye, mouth, hair and ear tutorial
Thank you for taking the time to even view this and I hope that this might help some of you a little, and a massive heartfelt thank you for all those who commented on my Eye Tutorial and faved it.
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Step 5-6 (1 is the first color on nose), how do you do that? I feel like there's something missing between 5-6. I never understood how you have just made blocks/lines of colors and then come out with what you did on step 6. Do you have a good tutorial? Either way, the sketching is a nice way to start the nose, thanks!!
your tutorials are similar to what I work digitally, so I'm even more help to learn better digital art. Otherwise, draw a pencil and paper for more than 20 years (with a large break of 14 years). Digital art I started 2 and a half years. I love to experiment styles of other artists in a style (I call it Frankenstein style).
which means following the hair and ears ... nice. although you could draw male and female base body anatomy, how to look realistic.
Thanks for that lovely feedback Melvin. I'm so glad that some people can take a bit from what I do. Regarding the Hair tutorial, I will paint a plain head then show how I start the whole hair from scratch, and how to build body and layers so that the hairs looks real. I hope you will like that one