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Learning How to Draw a Nose

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Having difficulty in drawing a human body part? Well, many artist go through that dilemma so don’t think that you are the only one. One of the most difficult parts of the human body to draw is the nose. Making it seem lifelike is one of the difficulties of drawing a nose. But this process will give you a chance to improve your familiarity with light and shadow as well as your soft shading skill. To help you in drawing a nose we will discuss the techniques which will make it look real. So let’s get started in mastering how to draw a nose.

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Learn How to Draw Eyes

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Probably the most fascinating and beautiful part of the human body to draw would be the eyes. Often the eyes reveal feelings that people try to hide. Most of us look at the eyes of someone to see if he/she is without a doubt sincere. And it is through the eyes that we see whether someone is happy or happy. When it comes to drawing a person's eyes you should capture the emotion of the subject making it look real. The challenge is to learn the steps on how to draw the eyes that will reveal the true emotion of your subject. This could require a great deal of patience to help make your own drawing as real as you possibly can. Let the emotion reveal all the way through your drawing by learning the steps on how to draw the eyes.

Let us start off by having our drawing tools and supplies ready. Have your pencil and drawing paper/sketch pad ready and thus we begin our drawing journey.
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Colored Pencil Basics : How to Draw a Big Red Apple

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Depicting apples using a pencil is a great way to practice shading and basic pencil techniques. And tell you what: the same is true for colored pencils. There have been quite a number of requests recently, so I'll use the much depicted apple motive to demonstrate the basic techniques for colored pencils.
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