How To Draw A Cartoon Nose

How To Draw A Cartoon Nose

Drawing a cartoon nose may not seem like the most challenging task, but the truth is that it is something that requires practice, patience, and the right tools. But fret not! We are here to help you achieve your goal of creating awesome cartoon noses.

Gather Your Supplies

Before you begin your masterpiece, you will need a few simple supplies. All you will need is some paper, a pencil, a fine-tipped black pen, and an eraser. That is all you will require to get started on crafting those fabulous cartoon noses!

Put Your Pencil To Work

Using your pencil, we suggest first drawing an oval shape–which will become the nostrils of your nose. For a bigger, rounder nose, draw a larger oval, and for a smaller and slimmer nose, draw a smaller oval. Additionally, depending on the kind of nose you are attempting to draw, you can draw your oval to the desired shapes.

Time To Get Creative

Now it’s time to add a bit of flair to the cartoon nose! Have you chosen a cheerful nose or a more serious one? How about a bold and pointy nose, or a gentler and softer one? Whatever style you are looking for, simply draw a line for the bridge of the nose, and add small lines for wrinkles, texture, and effects which will bring your masterpiece to life.

Let’s Make It Pop

The use of shading is a great way to give your cartoon nose dimension and depth. Utilize the black pen to outline the nose, while including shading along the sides and at the top and bottom of the nose. Just use your artistic talent to bring your cartoon nose to life!

Put On The Finishing Touches

For the finishing touches, draw nostrils by making two small circles at the tip of the nose. These small circles can increase or decrease in size depending on the desired look. If you would like an animated and playful nose, you can add a few curves to the bottom of the nose – an optional step perfect for adding a bit of pizzazz to your art. Lastly, erase your pencil lines and voila – you have a cartoon nose all ready to go!

Ready To Show Off Your Masterpiece?

Now that you have completed your cartoon nose, it’s time to show it off to the world! Grab yourself some crayons, markers, or coloured pencils, and add some vibrant hues to your masterpiece. Don’t be afraid to let your artistic talents run wild – let the world see your amazing art!

Tackle Different Nose Types

If one cartoon nose isn’t enough, you can now attempt to tackle different nose types in your cartoon art! Experiment with a range of shapes and sizes for nose. From a perfectly oval to a large and chunky nose, there is nothing that you cannot achieve! Let your imagination lead the way and you’ll be making cartoon noses in no time.

Incorporate The Nose Into Your Cartoon

Now that you have created the perfect cartoon nose, you can incorporate it into your cartoon art. You can try drawing a complete face, placing the cartoon nose in the right spot and the eyes, eyebrows and mouth around it. With a few strokes of the pencil, you will have a complete face all set and ready to be brought to life!

Practice, Practice & More Practice!

And lastly, practise makes perfect! With practice and some time, you’ll be able to draw cartoon noses of all shapes and sizes with ease. So don’t give up and just keep on trying – soon enough, you will be able to create amazing cartoon noses with just a few easy steps.
Good luck on your cartoon nose journey – we know you will succeed!

Robert Ortiz is an artist who has been writing about art and design for over ten years. His writing focuses on the creative process of art, from the conceptual to the material, and highlights its importance in our daily lives. He has a degree in Fine Arts from the University of Texas at San Antonio and has also attended other prestigious art schools like Savannah College of Art and Design. He has a passion for exploring the boundaries between fine art, design, commercial work, and technology. His work extends to social media campaigns, website development, magazine articles, video tutorials and more.

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