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nose and lips - sketch tut by Griffinfly nose and lips - sketch tut by Griffinfly
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the TUTORIAL section of my gallery ---> [link]

Again, sharing some organized notes from my class. I do bunches of sketches while explaining and some of them turn out rather worthy.
This should be helpful for those who just start to study human anatomy and can't afford taking classes or buying plaster casts.
Probably it's much less of a help without teacher's explanations, but anyway .. those who want to learn will absorb the idea.

Comments, suggestions, crits and questions are warmly welcome.

PS. Check out my sketch blog: [link]

PPS 2013. Just checked this old one one more time, gosh it's all off ))) Oh anyway. The notes still make sense.
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Buryo Jan 28, 2014  New member Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks, comes in handy when I'm practicing portraits. I couldn't grasp noses for the life of me before viewing this tutorial. La la la la 
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KeiraTheArtist Apr 9, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
i just followed this tutorial and your other one for the lips, now I have the face of my friend on paper for her birthday...
thanks for this, you just made 2 persons happy :P
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Griffinfly Apr 10, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
wow how cool!
I'm happy it helped you :)
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KeiraTheArtist Apr 10, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
:)
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Lulie May 24, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh man, this is gold.

Trying to understand the perspective trick and having a bit of difficulty -- does the vanishing point represent the direction you're looking at it? As in, if it's low it represents the nose foreshortened as if you're looking up at it, and if it's high it represents the nose foreshortened as if you're looking down at it? (And it doesn't contain any information about looking from the left/right -- so essentially doesn't tell you about two-point perspective or tilting the head?)
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Griffinfly May 25, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
I didnt understand a question, sorry..

I might not include the guides to the 2nd perspective vanishing point because it only describes the flat side surfaces of the plaster cast, which are not interesting for the matter of the tut, but yet it's there.
Hope that answers a bit .. if I got it right.
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Thanks for sharing. Great.
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Griffinfly May 18, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
:)
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CharlinkyoC Oct 30, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Muchas gracias! este tutorial esta genial!...
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