Here is a step by step tutorial for drawing realistic noses in 3/4 view with pencils / graphite pencils. "3/4 view" or "angle" means that the face is turned slightly to the side, but not all the way. Shading is a vital part of making a nose look realistic, and this tutorial will show you step by step how to shade the nose properly
Today I am going to show you how to draw a pair of glasses from 3 different angles - from the front view, from the side view, and from the 3/4 view. We have broken down all 3 tutorials into many, many steps so you will find it easy to follow along with. Book mark this page and come back to it often as you need to draw glasses on men, women, children, etc.
We showed you how to draw the eye from the front, and now we are going to show you how to draw a realistic looking eye from the side/profile view. We have broken this tutorial down into 22 steps, so I think you will be able to go through it and learn how to draw an eye, even if it takes you a few times.
Today I will show you how to draw a realistic eye using pencil, charcoal, or even digital pen. The following realistic eye tutorial is broken up into more than a dozen steps, so hopefully you will be able to look at my visual illustrated steps and imitate it on your piece of paper. Good luck and have fun!
Today I will show you how to draw an ear from the side view. Ears are actually really easy to draw. I will help you see and draw the basic shapes that are within the ear. The tricky part is the shading...but you can do that if you take notice of where the darker shadows are. Enjoy the following step by step drawing tutorial.
Being able to draw realistic human eyes looks like it would be near impossible to attain. Well, you would be wrong if you think this. I know that you could draw great, realistic eyes. The following drawing lesson will guide you through drawing realistic eyes in simple to follow steps. Find this guide on the linked page.
Drawing mouths and lips. Believe it or not, this is what people question me the most about. So I figured it was time to get a mouths / lips drawing tutorial out to you. I couldn't find any online tutorials / lessons about how to draw proportional mouths and lips in a detailed structural way...so I decided to show you step by step how to draw the mouth in this way.