How to draw manga anime noses

Neil Fontaine
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Art Instructor, Professional Painter, Writer
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In manga, noses are simplified, but they still need to be learned. There are many styles of noses of which I teach the most popular ones.

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  • Learn the basics of the manga head
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English [Auto] In this lesson we're going to learn how to draw different types of and says. Now there are many different hats among those to choose from. And we're not going to be able to go through all of them. But for the most part it's about simplification of the nose. Now if you don't understand how yet to draw the nose what makes up the nose. Just a quick refresher. And then also I recommend to watch my how to draw comics. Course it's a big course bundle in there there's a headquarters in the headquarters I show all that teach us how to draw everything from nose's to Moulson all that same stuff applies to Monga. So basically the nose is built up of three parts. You have these three parts here if you think about these being clay this being an oval mound of clay kind of like an egg. Then these two being smaller oval mounds of clay you can make up the nose based on these shapes here. And so you have the first part of the nose which is you have your nostrils which fit right in here and you have this bottom part of the nose that comes about here and stops and comes up. Then this is like this will be the Planche parts of the nose right here. And then this part comes down and this is usually shadowed and this is the upper part of the nose. Sometimes you can see a little bit at the upper part of the nose from the front view right and that's the basic nose right there. And so you can simplify this with comics as I show how to do that within that how to draw comics. Coarsen in there again I have different ton's different methods on how to draw noses and what make up the nose in much greater detail than this. So it is recommended that you know how to draw at least you know basic stuff. And so I would say this course didn't press cause but to draw Magas a specific type of drawing style. And so you have to kind of know how to draw noses and stuff in general so it's fun. This is the basic shapes are here now to take that you just to turn this into a Monga style. It's all about simplification in how they do it. One day I like to have a lot smaller noses and so typically what they'll do is like really simplify this part of the nose here in a kind of like this that's representing the down part of the nose so that I never had that down part. You can't really see that you have the nostrils and you have this kind of I guess pudgy part of the middle part or nose in it it kind of comes up like that so representing groups representing right here this line and this line in this line is that right there that are misrepresenting that line in the nose and that's it and it will be a shadow and sometimes maybe even drawing a little bit of shadow right here for the nostril and then maybe a little a little and also here on this side. And that's how you would simplify one way to draw Mungo's So let's go ahead. Now that we have the basic foundation of the nose that is a nose is made up of. When you have the bridge which is on the top here and you have the middle part coming down here. And say it well how that it'll work I'm no farther than you have the bottom part of the nose or sometimes you can see from the front the front side but always be shadowed in and then you have the nostrils and the side planes of the nose like that. Think about the nose in this way and this will be the side is coming down. It's a lot easier to draw. And then you can also imagine instead of this would be the front of the nose and then imagine kind of a round round part here this would be for the round rounder pudgy part of the nose. The nostrils the other plane here. And then you can have the shapes that come off for the side flanges like that and that will be represented the side plane of the nose. This will be like less dark. That's the bridge of the nose. This is where the eyes would fit into here with the typical war comic style. Right like that. So that's the basic shape of the nose and understanding that you understand how it is that and why Monga simplifies certain things. So for example they might even put a little light here to simplify that part of the bridge of the nose. They might even put up a bit of shadow to represent this right here and then maybe just the shape and then that shape and it's sometimes even something like that. Sometimes what they'll do is to represent the nose as a representative of this whole tribal part right here. And those two like that and then maybe they'll have a little bit of shadow over here. And so those go ahead and get into drawing different types among those. Now they have a little bit of foundation. Again if you want more detail about how to draw the nose I really recommend my how to draw manga Of course it's a huge course in the toyline box. It goes to figure drawing two basic anatomy to two basic forms and lighting a how to make things look 3D how to shade to all that and you can take most of it with with just pencil and paper. The three main courses that you need that is how to draw heads and faces which include everything from emotions to noses and eyes and mouth all great detail hair every all that good stuff. And then how to draw bodies and then how to draw form and light. And then also perspective. So the main three things you need other parts of the Course like how to use Photoshop and that sort of thing. But those three those took those first three course as much and you can all take with pencil and paper if you want to. So you don't have to be able to just like this one you can take with pencil paper you don't have to like have mangas today or anything like that. Right. So let's go ahead and get into it. When drawing noses does again think about those basic principles and then we're to simple buy those things make a new layer here and on this flair. That way I can erase the noses and draw new ones very easily. So start with one of the most basic kind of notes from the front view and that is for females. Sometimes it's just too little too little dots like this. Other times it's a triangle down kind of representing the the down write like so that represents that bottom part of the nose I mentioned the underside side of the nose that you can't see all the time from the front view but sometimes you can. That is if you look at the nose from a side view which comes out like this. Then it comes down like this. It's this underside right here the underside plane that you can't always see from the front view just depends. And so that's what one style knows they're almost thinking maybe I should do here is drawing a different style of noses. Well actually here I want you to make your own nose template rather than me having a nose tip I might supply a nose template too. But if you draw along with me you have all different noses be kind of weird like out of context of wenching noses eyes a nose template. So maybe I'll have all the different faces and stuff with noses on them as a template. Right so I have a template here rather So this will be blank appears. You can actually fill in the noses yourself. And then this right here will show all different kinds of notices that we're going to draw right now. So again the first half we do here is a little triangle type thing and if you want to draw bigger to understand how it is it's kind of like has a slight like this and kind of comes down like that. That's the basic shape. The next type of nose that we've already discussed is just too little tool marks like that. Now I typically don't like doing this style just because it tends to look a little bit more like piggish. So it really got to be careful with this one. I recommend maybe when you do it kind of Tramiel marks you like have little round things and then come off with the flanges. But typically I try to stay away from this type and it was myself because I don't outline like how it looks but I want to put it there anyway because it is used in Monga a lot. Right now except those it actually takes a lot of different parts of the notes and it uses this part up here so we're in a context in the style a bit further. Sometimes it will be all black sometimes it's left like that more like a line and then it's a represent like I said before. Part of the notes here that we discussed and that is part of this and part of the notes here I'm going to use a smaller pencil here Pen uses part of a smaller part of undertows comes to reps and then that side bulge of the nose and then up here like so and then has a shadow coming down like this almost like this. And sometimes it's even more simple. It's a triangle. But this is a more slightly more complex one. And then it might have a little nostril on the side like that. That right there would be another type of nose just to make that last nose clear. I want to draw a photo here real quick for you. Now this is from MJ Ranum stock on are. I'm to go ahead and just roll over this nose here let's do it with we're going to try to pass it down a little bit. So what happens here is the Mongar will take this part of the nose here come up like this and this is like the basic shape and then they just kind of put that in and call it all I was shadow. Then they'll kind of represent the Nossal like that represent this part of this bridge and those up here like so that's it. So that's what we just now Drew. I want to show that's what they're representing when they just draw the nostrils that is representing this part and this part what it's just like simple that's under a triangle representing the underside of the nose there and then other shapes sometimes will actually be like. So you'll see this more in comics and then you might have where it's just this represent a shadow part here. And it's kind of like a triangle. So it kind of represents that part right there in the neck scientists make it very simple it's a stylized version that has a little and. But usually there's no light at all. Ramlah keep that photo handy just in case we need to demonstrate again what I'm talking about. This nose here the next nose is very similar and this and these noses can be used for both men and women. But I'll try to go into some of that. You know typically for men but really you can use them universally. This one kind of comes up with a straight line more like this first and then it kind of angles and showing the bulge of the nose. By both nose I'm talking about this the center piece here this being the walls nose those these being the an we call these I guess. What are these called again. Anyway there's been a bold those here that center circle this being the upper part of the bridge no. And then there's also been a front or bridged nose. I think this is really the bridge up here though. This would be like the long part of the nose these would be the flares on those I guess we'll call them the so comes up represents the bolt of the nose coming out just a little bit and coming back up. And this one comes up a little bit higher like so. And then this will have a shadow right here only representing the flare of the nose and it might have a little bit of a NOSSAL there not always. It just depends. And then you will have perhaps a little bit of shadow and this shadow will be preserved in the right tone or it depends on you know how you're doing. But it does represent like this way with this brush here. So if you're using a studio it's really great for adding in the type of shadows and stuff. But if you're tone like you're working by hand that's the old really slow way to do it. They also make digital tones as well. Just pause here. And so anyway the world Singapore course Greentown So if you plan to do screen tones you can do this both digitally or you can do them with physical Now physical is really like more it takes a lot longer to do that much faster just like say with pencil if you wanted to do it all by hand and it's going into a computer nonetheless you can you can get screens in and they're like stick onto paper and you cut it out. It's like acetate and cut it out with tonight's debate that and leave the lead screens where you want them to show the different styles of shading and stuff but they also make digital screens which you can find many many of them on for free online so this type of Monga screen tones and then you can use the different type. Show you really quickly here what some of them look like on Google when you do image search for them and you have all these other types of screen tones and these are different types of textures that you can use this will be good for like walls and stuff like that. And anywhere where you basically do as you would put this you know digitally into your program and then you would erase what you don't want and then that would what you'd be left with is what shows up on the screen as a shadow. And so how that would show how that works later maybe. But for now it's going to continue on with how to do all those rights another type of nose you might see now get this and go through the main type you might see in Mongar rather than every single type because there are so many different styles. And really it just comes down to how do you simplify that. So there are different ways you can simplify the nose you can just have it just like that. Can it come a little bit farther actually just like that and you can also have the little part here if you want to. That part's up to you and you can see that it's very similar to some of the nose the nose is very similar but there are enough differences between them that it's worth noting. I just wanted to show that one real quick I'm going to race I'm not going to have it saved just part of the final template. But you have at least in video so the other one is. It might just be shadow like there's really literally sometimes you just no nose at all. But then there might be this little shadow right here on either side depends what side the stuff's coming from like that or you might actually do it with the pen or pencil or just has a couple of lines like this and you do on either side. It's just a couple lines. Like that or you can do it this way as well. That's all it is. That's what represents you there. Now this is something you might MOSIS see on a male figure but we're going to draw here because it can be used for the females. Again mostly for the male figure. This is a simplification of the nose that comes down here like this. And it says showing the side that sometimes that might be all you see right there is just this right here. Nothing else just that. And you might even have you know the nozzle part and that's a very very simple nose. Remember it can be with or without the nostril and Edis know someone like that went out and Austro were to do another one that's very similar to that. But this one has a bit of shadow. So again you come down so the bolt of the nose like so and there were to have some shadow coming out like this. And then you might have a little bit of the nostril like so again that kind of nose or you'll typically see more aana on a male figure a way puts us on the nose on a female. It still looks nice on the females. You can see it doesn't look totally ugly anything but you might just be a little lion like that. I think these nose here look cute for fun views. Personally I never so you might see etc presenting under a bridge of the nose to represent this. This part right here the part that comes down this way. So you see that photograph there. It represent just the photograph and move it of the way. But the whole thing anyway. Either way there you go. So it just represents this part right here like that. So the underside which would be just like that. So it's representing more of this part here not the under part and that's done like so. So it just represent that underside of the nose that how you draw is kind of like use it's very thin on and like a b like this and you might show just a little bit of shadow coming down like that. And personally I don't like that kind of nose on Monga at all and if I'm going to do it I'd probably do more like this. I'd keep it really really thin and simple. Like more like that. But I only use it for certain types of characters because I don't like the way it looks Alaca leave it here as part of the reference She just because I personally don't like it. But you might use it so it's fine. What are the other kind of things you might see is really simplistic is it kind of like shows the side of nose like this like the Flans parthenos and and Austro and that's it and it'll show it like that. And I didn't like that either so I just thought shot show the video and it's not going to keep it here. Another one is this simple line that comes down here. Like so it's going to have sort of like that. And then sometimes I'll have little shading in here and that's it. That's that's the whole I'm going to keep them here because it's kind of cool those. And then we can get to one that's a lot more complex and which takes up more of the actual like a female knows what that is you had that bottom part of the nose here that triangle part that represents the bottom of. Again this is to show you what I'm representing representing this part right here. Then we might represent that little bit of shadow coming down like that and then were to represent the part of the flares like this. Then this line right here that's all where to draw let's go back to our final nose over here. That's part of the template. To that part there and then you have this little lines come down here for the shadow part of the nose the other part of the nose and then coming in this way and coming up like that they might have liked that. That's it. You can even you know come out of the shuttle like this if you wanted to. Just depends on again the style you're going for. But we're not like that. You also have a shuttle like that just line you have to draw in the shadow. That's typically something I'd use more for a male nurse but nonetheless someone included in their right so those all the different types of noses that you can do for the female face. Let's go to a few more nose types. Now what we do on the male face right side is zoomed into the guy face. And these are more for like caricature type noses because typically guys will have the same kind of simplified noses as as the girls do for the most part. But some of them will be more characterized and have you know more more of a nose I guess you can say. And this one here will draw it where it has the basic part of the bottom part and those here this being the flange part coming up. They don't have the flares. When I got to the middle of it where I have some like that that might have a little bit the bottom part here like so. And then you might have somebody NOSSAL flares come like this. And a little bit of a side point on the nose like that. And this is not something you see all that often. And Monga but it could be here anyway. That's for certain types of characters. It can work. It just depends on who you're drawing. Let's go into a few other ones use this one here you might actually show more of this part of the nose up here the bridge part coming down. Now to do a whole entire part of the nose down here we'll have the this is the very bottom part of the nose. That would be the Nossal there. And then this is where you kind of like imagine more of a how does it how will the shadow part of the nose look like that's you're drawing more of the shadow part of the nose comes down like this here. And all that would be colored in with soft shadow like so it would actually smooth all of this out but make it one tone and they might even have a little part of the nose over here on like that. Again this these types of noses you might not see all that often. So I want to stress that and point that out that way you don't make that like your typical nose at least. I I wouldn't recommend it for Moga right. So here we have another more realistic style of nose. And this is represent that bottom part on the nose kind of like this and kind and also a little bit and it could just be that that's all you can even have you know maybe a couple of little lines come up here then maybe just a little lines right here. It's up to you how much detail I want to add but we're going to go with more of this mulga style and you might see Tizen and Mulgan atomy of the style of like fist of the North Star if I remember correctly. My nose isn't like this I'm pretty sure it did. That was an enemy. I never actually read the Monga. I mean if there is among offis and or stars member the enemy it was really cool. And then you have that part here and then you want to remember I showed you with the nose you have the shape here that you have that center shape coming down and you have this kind of round shape here that you have your two flanges that on the outside of each side here you have a side play almost like this is a ramp coming up like this come back down like Skip or right up flat down to you right up here jump off land over here. So that's the that's the shape you're thinking of right here. Think about that ramp shape and that's why you have shadow on each side here. And then the highlights hitting that top part there. Let's go and step back here a few steps. This is where I really love about being able to draw digitally is you can just like take back steps like that. So you want to kind of imagine the size shape there and then you're just going to have lines like that that's one way the shade is with lines as maggots getting more into drawing lines now like American comics where they shave with lines whether they like screen tones and stuff. And then also just you know coloring flat out with pencil I've seen it like that before. And then also using digital methods like this particular program here of adding a shadow here for example you can just pull it in like this and also just one solid color with different kinds of brushes. But you have like a side face I like that. It's really fast to do and looks really cool. Right. Some get for the front style the nose those we're not going to get into the side view of the nose and it will get to three quarters of you. So just keep in mind that when it comes to the nose We're going to get rid of these spaces since we're all going to in the final template when it comes to the nose that you know it's really just a simplification of the nose so you can once you learn the anatomy of the nose and how the nose function and it works as a whole piece I really recommend sculpting a face the whole entire head and the nose. I mean you can typically sculpting classes because that is like the most helpful thing I believe you can have for drilling in and given three dimensionality to your drawings. For me it was the most helpful thing I could do was learning how to sculpt and I never became really really good at sculpting. But I just got the basics down and up to where I can I can sculpt the human head and body and stuff to to where I can. I can see it looks like a body. It looks like a face. Ok cool. Now I understand more of the majority of the of the head the Nonetheless though and my how to draw comment how to Dawn paint comics course here to me and on their website as well. I show a full three man child. The they had more I realize it's a 20 hour 20 hour course in of itself just that one portion of it the whole entire bundle of 60 hours. It's like a full type of you really want to get down and learn how to be a professional. And that's that's the course definitely to take. But nonetheless having some of that background knowledge really really helped understand Monga better manga artist do all this. It's not like they just skip out on this stuff they take the time to learn everything there is to learn that way when they're simplifying You know it's not like they just aren't all Kabin Monga noses and that's it. It's understanding the basic form underneath it but still you can kind of use use a cheat guide like this to kind of just draw your Malanga comics because really there's only a couple of different ways that faces are represented in comics a lot like you don't have to get really complex and show up views and slightly turn down views and things like that. But I do show all those years I had course right now with a side view there's not really a whole lot of those types and you can have the same kind of nose for both a male and a female when it comes to the side no. So there's really no reason to to show them both. But I like to show a couple more of the male disporting to see that maybe that might be something different they might do for male and female. First thing is the side view of the nose the basic understanding that those is you have your nostril here. Then you have the then part that came down that we talked about that comes down to the underside of the nose and you have that kind of this would be the pudgy part of those that circle right there represents that front. EG this circle right here actually with whole kind of shape or here represents the Flans on one side. Then this line here represents the centerpiece here and up here got the bridge of nose which would be like that and you have the side plane here and here that's what we're seeing there. Next second to go back like this. Once you understand what part of the nose is you're representing with these shapes that it makes it much easier to actually draw the nose. Now one simple way to draw the nose is actually comes to a point and this would be the style nose here and they are typically longer so it's like that you start with like a triangle. They just want to start the triangle and then to see race the front part and the words slightly ramped up like this and kind of curve it like that. They use it don't connect a line all the way with this style nose but you can't if you want to and then you might even draw a little part of the Flans there. That wraps it up that side part you might even kind of do something like this you might draw a line here at some undershot alliance here to show that other plane might show some shadow here to show the side plane with an airplane. That's all actually detail you can add but you don't have to. But anyway that's one type of nose and sometimes even even sticks up higher. So go ahead and show that right now. Sometimes it might really stick up like this. So it can stick out quite far a slope more like this and you see that one that one's bigger and Stex that orbits the same basic style. So because it's so similar to the style I just did before I'm going to add some slightly different detail here. This this under play like this now we have a slightly different nose there. It looks pretty cool. Like I said from the side view in Malaga there's not a whole lot of different style noses you know when you get to more of the you know realistic style knows you might start to see different styles. But here kind of a different shape in the front. The only difference here is we're in a kind of show that NOSSAL and that kind of change the shape a little bit. We have some some different styles to look at the template to look at reference to so you can reference this template for wedding ideas running on ideas how to draw your particular character so that we can do with the nose visit and really slant it down more like this. So it is more flat and then it comes out and this makes it look like you have a I guess a longer forehead and that kind of shape will come just a little point right here. That kind of comes down a little bit before it comes in this way. That's pretty much always a given notice. And this this would be like kind of has that little upward shaped like naturally important memorize that. And then you have this kind of you can kind of do a little lines then maybe have a little bit of a darkness right here for the nostril part. Negus Well that does differ in shape but basically you're just taking different styles noses like how how does it look in real life and then kind of like animating them you are making it more simplified and cartoonish. Right. And you another shape you might see quite common actually. And this would be more also for like a kitty type face as the nose was really going to come up like this. So how this really up works shape and then you're not going to connect a line over here and kind of have a moon shaped like this and then have almost straight line coming this way. You see that right there is kind of a cute looking nose another nose type that you may have. This might be more for like a little girl or boy and it sort of come out like this. I have a bigger pieds part in the front here. We're going to show that it has more of a middle ball part of the nose is a bit pudgy. And again that might be more for like a little kid or something like that and that one looks pretty cute. Now we're do a couple of more styles from using the male face here and this will be worth it to get to more of a realistic type of Monga that is there for me when I look at what's called like more realistic style of manga. It's kind of leaning more toward American comic style because they tend to go more towards that realistic with a lot more shadowing shading a lot more details of the nose rather than. You know it's not a simplified or or it's not as minimalistic an example that would probably be let's see and think of one blood the last vampire not blood plus but blood the last vampire both the animation and the Monga. So another style is from the side view is what we might see from like a vampire hunter D and it's kind of strange looking but then there's you know alternate styles knows you can give your your characters or so you know and this one here we have to erase a little bit of the top part here. This no style really comes down and has a nose pointing down this really comes down to a different style nose as well. So that kind of shape right here and the come just way like so and you can also have noticed that have all kinds of weird shapes that kind of you know come out and come down and come up like this. You know so that's up to you whether or not you have noses that have that kind of shape to them. Let's go through one more type of realistic Noso again when it comes to noses just think of all the different kinds of shapes you can give a nose and look at different noses and you can just take those noses and simplify them and you have a character but you're not going to use a lot of those kind of noses for for many characters it's usually a couple of types of characters you might use those noses for. So here we're going to do this while kind of in a more realistic style here. When you have made a couple of lines here show that Austral kind of come out like this I show a little bit of the flange here. Like that you don't have to have that last part there. To maybe that's the line that you know the style is you can do. No it makes the character look very different just by changing his nose. Right so now we're to get into the three fourths of you that was probably the most common view of the face and and pretty much in manga and comics and anime and American cartoons you know pretty much anything where you have you know any type of cartoon type of look character. The most common way to see that face is in the three fourths view that's the view you want to get really good at. Nonetheless it's very similar to a front view and side view put together. But for Monga usually it's just very simple. You have a slope with the nose coming down here. It's almost like a side view of the nose basically. So you have the slope coming down and the where the nose falls in the face it's the same as what I showed before. When I talk about how to draw the face so you just kind of you can actually have a line is coming down like this coming to a point. And that would be that would be it. And you can it you know you have the line here you have a line over here a line like this. You can maybe show it to the side or here you might you know show that line there. That's all that's typically what you see is this this triangle kind of shape and that's it. That's the basic nose. So where the nose lies then in the three fourths view is the same as it does from the front view or the side view and that is you have the nose here and it comes down. You want to make sure you don't want to come down too much farther from the eye here just so you know comes like that says imagine it coming from up here to here. That's pretty much where the nose will be on the face. And don't worry we'll get more into how to draw they had from different angles like how to draw the side of you and how to draw the three fourths view. Now to kind of like figure that out like we do for the front view and also different kinds of styles like we'll have to make three different kinds of styles we've already gone through the front of view. The more exaggerated comic type style will go through more of the style and which is kind of like similar popular style really really sticks out just takes a little bit step further but we're going to popstar realistic style and maybe even this kind of briefly touch on like a chibi like style rights the representation in the three fourths view is something similar. It really just kind of comes down to the almost the same kind of preferences as we had before for like the front Bune stuff it's a simplification showing less stuff. So here we have that front line coming down here that Usie always shown there and now we're just a it toward the bottom here. This just part right here and that's it. That's all I'm going to show. So that would be the whole nose right there another three fourths of you is taking something very similar. You have a little part of the nostril showing and then you just have this little bottom part of the nose down here like so very very minimalistic. It might even show a little bit of shadow coming off the nose like that. That was really cute really Popper you see that done a lot on female characters especially younger female characters. The other three fourths kind of you might be a little more complex like we did with the front view because number three fourths is an extreme front view inside you so make it up more but more detail here. A little of a nostril and then add this pardon I was like that that being the representing again in the photograph that would be representing part of the bottom part of the nose. This right here from down here the Bompard as part of the ball part of the nose and a little bit of the long part of the nose. You might even draw a line right here like that and maybe it'll be the shadow if you want to. Just a kind of show or detail the nose and they may even have a shadow on the side over here. So that shadow can or cannot be there it's up to you just as well or three mentality to the notes you put in there. Another type of three fourths as we can do is one if the nose isn't quite as or if the head of that has not quite turned to three fourths of you and that when that way you're seeing it more liking see both both flares of the nose and this way they would kind of job both NOSSAL and this one's more curved that one's more straight. They might have a couple of lines here representing the other side of the nose and then just this part of the nose right here like that. That's another kind of nose you might see I don't like those tiles because again I think it looks a little bit. It's hard to make a personal of it. I like that. Yet another type of three fourths of your nose is just a little mark and that's it either a little mark here or a little mark showing the top or the nose. Usually it's showing that kind of bottom part. And then that would be a very minimalistic and that's when usually you typically do that when the face is really far away. Another way to do it would just be a little triangle like this and another one might do that's a little more detail but still minimalistic is have the little piece and hostile here like so little of that under-par the nose over that side. Part of that is there that's it. That's all going to show. Maybe even smaller than that just kind of like this right here. And then it just happened with the plane represented with some lines like that one racist and this wasn't at all likely that was part of the template. And then other through force the nose racist I guess has had a little more detail so when I come up here have that kind of shape right here so you're showing the under part of the nose a little bit and therefore have a little bit of the nostril over here. And you can actually have lines like. So showing that that's the under part of the plane of the nose. That would have cut almost a straight line right here. And we have a little bit of a line there showing t that this is a top plane and this or here or here this side of bridge nose you may even show it a little bit it shadows like that. Now this is something more for a guy type of nose so much change the shape a little bit to make it more as if it were a female nose instead. And that's kind of a cute nose but there you go. There you have it. So there's all different types of noses that you can do from the three fourths view. There are more to just keep in mind it's all about how you choose to minimize the nose you're looking at. Now when we look at this this face you typically see that this little Dasa little line this very simple occasion the nose typically And you see that is what I meant by far away is that you have a page here right. They say this was your comic page. You only have so much you know frames to work with. You have one little tiny frame on the page and you can't draw her face very big. And so you just get her tiny little nose because it's too hard to draw even the little triangle that small. So just give her a little dash and sometimes you go on bigger panels or you might see a little dash that might just be the character the style of the character they just choose to give her that kind of nose even when her face is on larger. So yeah is something you can definitely do so deftly for your exercise go ahead and try to draw each one of these noses that we've gone through. Hopefully you crawling with me as we went along. And you go ahead and take this you know download the actual file here. What happens is when you click on the file on the right hand side there you'll see that you can download stuff you need to download the video or can download whatever it is in this case you can download the file download the file if it's in pedia format that's how it ends up coming out. All you have to do to draw on this is zoom in on your PDA file to how big you want the pictures to be. Let's say as big as you can you can fit him in there and then you have on your keyboard hit hit the button it's called Print Screen. Next that a scroll lock and then pause breaks you want to hit the print screen button a few times just to make sure it copies it and then paste it into your into the program would be crawling with. Alternatively if you will be drawing with pencil then you can just obviously just print it out on your printer right there from the file and then you can draw in the noses in. What I would like you to do is again draw all these nosers onto these people here. I've gone to those as we've gone through portside the front view three fourths view and also these alternative knows that we can do here. And that will give you a good feel for the nose and just keep drawing noses on to faces and toe your nose look right and what you noses look right you know you're good to go. And these are the different parts that we're going to be plugging into. You know that is the eyes the nose and the mouth and that's what we do is the mouth says these are the different parts will be plugged into the face that we can get to draw the face from the other three fourths and the side view and also different styles of the front view and makes more sense. Right now you can you can draw the front view and you know the basic formula of that. But to be able to pop in the different pieces now on the nose and eyes mouths are really easy just like noses actually Monga. I really like that Monga simplifies his nose and mouth to the point where you just him very simply and easily. It doesn't take a whole lot of skill to draw them to draw them well because they're so simplified whereas eyes that's the hardest thing to learn in Monga outside of the actual proportions of the whole entire face. That's the first hardest part which was what we started with. Once you got that formula down though it's just a matter of plugging into parts and the hardest part to learn I think are the eyes. Personally because of the most detailed thing right thank you for watching us lesson again if you enjoyed it go out and share it with other people. I appreciate it.