Shop Mobile More Submit  Join Login
Nose Reference by ryky Nose Reference by ryky
just a little help for you :love: 

Thank you :hug:
:bulletblue: My newest works 
Light tutorial by rykyMagic Tree step by step - tutorial by rykyeye tutorial by ryky Bubble - tutorial by ryky Light of magic - tutorial by ryky

WATCH me for MORE TUTORIALS , BRUSHES and REFERENCES 

FB page - ADD ME - www.facebook.com/benjamin.cehe…;

Add a Comment:
 
:iconlavasokawaii:
LavaSoKawaii Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
*looks at the one nose on the right* Igor, is that you? :D
Reply
:iconmadelonetjj:
Madelonetjj Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2015  Student General Artist
Sneaky double noses~ 

I love these though!
Reply
:iconkurocera:
KuroCera Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I usually draw a line as a nose, thanks for your noses! :D
Reply
:iconengel-teufel:
Engel-Teufel Featured By Owner Apr 13, 2014
This is really great! Thanks so much!
Reply
:iconcarbonian:
Carbonian Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2014  Professional General Artist
Your reference sheets are awesome! Thank you for making them! +fav 
Reply
:iconvoxeloid:
voxeloid Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
THANK YOU. I SUCK AT NOSES.
Reply
:iconsmexylevilover:
SmexyLeviLover Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2014
omg i totally need this!!! thank u so  much!!!
Reply
:iconsocqa:
SocQA Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2014
Thanks for the references, will be a nice help :)
Reply
:iconbellavitch:
bellavitch Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2014  Student General Artist
hey eurm can you do something like this with hands, please? 
Ive had a hard time drawing noses and mouth and this helped me a lot
so if you have little time 
id be very gratefull
btw  i love your work 
Reply
:iconlorenzoart:
LorenzoArt Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Nice references.
Reply
:iconseth-ravenclaw:
seth-ravenclaw Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
great bunch of noses x3
Reply
:iconfrappe7:
Frappe7 Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2014
you are wonderful! thanks for the tutorials! keep em coming XD
Reply
:iconabstract-butterfly:
abstract-butterfly Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
what beautiful noses
Reply
:icondedede63:
dedede63 Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2014  Student Artist
aww :( Wario's Nose should have been totally there :)
Reply
:iconv0lt1c:
V0LT1C Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I love them noses
Reply
:iconohnezukunft:
OhneZukunft Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2014
The nose at the far right... Gru, is that you? O.O
Reply
:iconcharlychive:
CharlyChive Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
one of them as a nip on the tip. lol 
Reply
:iconthclac007:
THclaC007 Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2014
Thank you for the preferences they look amazing
Reply
:iconthedirtydemondays:
thedirtydemondays Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
Nice!
Reply
:iconmahalvonebnor:
MahaLvonEbnor Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
what is there to be said exactly, thank you? thank you very much? very very very much? thank you for existing basically. i, sir, have been needing this. good work!
Reply
:iconmakarovjac:
MakarovJAC Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2014
Ha! It's always fun to see a model tartlet believe that he/she's going to learn something by copying other's work. That's the archetype of the moron who will hit the 30's age mark with drawings only  his/her friends cfan compliment to avoid an emotional breakdown in their, rather delusional, friend. They do believe art doesn't take work! And that's hilarious!!!
Reply
:icontbonegirl28:
tbonegirl28 Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2014  Professional General Artist
troll, but I'm gonna feed it anyway. Copying is how they teach you to learn new things and improve. I've done a master study for at least half of my classes. Saying copying an artist and it not helping you improve is like saying working from photographs and saying that doesn't help you improve. By doing and practicing, even just doodling and sketching is helping an artist improve and learn. 
Reply
:iconmakarovjac:
MakarovJAC Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2014
Nope, "copying" is to grab something you don't fully understand, and to pretend you are obtaining a benefit from it."LEARNING"is to observe, gather valuable information, gain understanding from it, then apply it in the most usesful way to what you do. Of course, it doesn't surprise me to hear it from someone like you. Seriously, your gallery literally screams like you don't have a clue of how the human body works. Example, that Ezio, or Assassin Creed guy, with the poor perspective, and even worst pose. Did you spent a year or so watching at others drawings before you felt confident enough to draw that? Don't you feel at times it looks wonky?

Sorry, I'm not going to agree with your rather poor perceiption of learning. It's a proven fact what is what really helps artists. Whenever somebody says "I can learn from copying", it clearly proves how little this person knows about arts.
Reply
:iconruby-misted-eyes:
ruby-misted-eyes Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
seriously? do you think you're not copying in so many of your own pieces? you must be the only source of true originality left in the world and should be seen as a god i suppose. i mean seriously....take a gander at your own gallery before you start criticizing others, you could afford some learning. 
Reply
:iconmakarovjac:
MakarovJAC Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2014
And we have , yet, another dolt which neither knows what is being talked; or the concepts involved in the subject. I don't know if laughing at you; or clearing up facts-I'll do both.

The main subject is "learning". The current subject is "method of...". There is a discussion where some people (generally amateurs) preach about the benefits of grabbing other's works (drawings, illustrations, paintings, etc), then make use of them as factual learning sources (in this case, a set of sketches of already stylished noses). Such method is a farse. Even when I'm not the best of them all (neither I have claimed to be it), I have a particularily better understanding of the anatomy, as well as other important stuff, than the people whinning because I told some to learn from nature (real life). 

Anyways, as I might have forgot to clarify, "copying", in this case, refers to not use nature as a learning source but to use other's drawings. Not "copying" in the sense of "to copy the concepts, ideas, or parafernalia of other's and to claim intellectual ownership of it". In that aspect, yes, I draw soldiers, weapons, and even do fanart just like a gazillion people here. Still, I can claim intellectual ownership over several concepts to some extent, such as caseless, recoiless, light-weight polymer-frame, shoulder-mounted 200 rounds helical-magazine assault rifles. And the name of the fictitious manufacturing company, as well as the army which makes use of it, and that army's concept. <-the last 2 paragraphs were the patient explanation.

But again, it's always better to act all butthurt because "fwiend gwot hwarmed by stoopid twoll!!1! >:(", instead of informing yourself and "learn" a little bit more about the world instead of acting like an inmature, and ignorant child rejecting new ideas just because theyt aren't ultra-hyper sensible, sugarcoated with a cherry on top, couple with buttkissing to no end.<-that was the insult.
Reply
:icontbonegirl28:
tbonegirl28 Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2014  Professional General Artist
Well that picture was just a sketch so no it's not perfect. It's an idea that I thought was fun and thought others would enjoy, but I, unfortunately, have more important things to do than work on that particular piece. I also never claimed to be a master of figure drawing and you're no master either. What makes you so qualified to judge my skills? 
Reply
:iconmakarovjac:
MakarovJAC Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2014
And what makes you so perfect to not get judged? Also, the answer to yours is "I blatantly claim that learning from watching other's work is actually helpful to improve my skills". Anyways, yet another clarification. A sketch, per se, is a preliminar test of a concept before final execution. It helps a lot to verify how well-thought the idea is, and how it should look like. Again, that one of the AC clearly shows you lack a lot of anatomy understanding, which is presented through a mechanical, impossible pose. But anyway, you might as well look around DA for a drawing of a picture of somebody running, then copy it and call it a day.

Again, you are not some sort of god to avoid "judgement" (in this case, only the one where I point how you learning method wasn't of any use when you drew the AC fanart. I think there might be more, plus some mocks of your ridiculous ideas, but I'm too lazy to go back and verify). I think i didn't even use some insults (if I did I take that last line back), but it seems like someone's ego here is so bloated that she can't take a simple fact as her "prefered" method of learning is not working out in such ambitious projects. Neither I think they will. Unless you outright trace some other picture with a similar pose, then repeat the proses everytime you stumble yourself upon the same pose.
Reply
:icontbonegirl28:
tbonegirl28 Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2014  Professional General Artist
I never said I was above being judged. And a sketch is just a quick drawing to get an idea out and see its validity yes, but you think I use my first sketch for the final piece? Ha! No. I draw something ten times before I find the right drawing to take to the final piece. It was just a rough. Quit trying to act like you caught me in some mistake. Not everything an artist does is going to be perfect and smooth. If you live life like that it's pretty boring and rigid because you're afraid to fuck up. If you don't do ten different drawings how d oyou know your first idea was the best one anyway? I never said my AC piece was amazing. You're the one obsessing over something that is basically nothing. 
Reply
:iconvoisb:
voisb Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You can actually learn a lot from copying other's work, this is coming from my own experience. I'm rather unsure if you are trolling or not.
Reply
:iconmakarovjac:
MakarovJAC Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2014
Yeah, name one great (actually succesful popular, personality in the art industry (movies, tv, paint, comic, illustration, etc)) artist who got there by copying. Come on, I want to see you try.
Reply
:iconvoisb:
voisb Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Quite simply, I can't. In my previous comment I was referring to copying as a means of learning, or as tbonegirl28 mentioned, doing "master studies". You copy something a great artist drew. But you do not simply copy. You examine the piece, you observe techniques the artist used, you understand them and why they did what they did. You find what was good about the piece, or what made it a good piece, then go about applying that to your own work. Heck, that's what references like these are for. Practice, to be used as a tool to gain skill.

I was not, however, implying that there are any famous/successful artists out there that copy everything they make professionally, or who aren't able to draw if they don't have any references. The thought of that itself is ridiculous.
Reply
:icontbonegirl28:
tbonegirl28 Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2014  Professional General Artist
Thank you! Thats what I meant as well, but it was much more elegantly said by you, voisb. 
Reply
:iconvoisb:
voisb Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you as well! Glad I was able to make a point. :D
Reply
:iconmakarovjac:
MakarovJAC Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2014
Oh, cut with the crap, little kid. Every good artist worth their salt here knows that study of nature and real life is the only way to improve. And more importantly, NONE of them will ever agree that using others works in the same way you use real life will give the same results.

Still, it's nice to believe that actually not working your ass will (somehow) work. That's why I don't worry in discussing this with the likes of you. What? Did you believe I was going to beg you to admit the facts? Hey, it's a free world, you can jerk off to the idea of learning from another person's illustrations. Just, don't expect respect from it. Other people did not worked their asses so hard to tolerate a retard going around spreading blatant bullshit with the potential to prejudice capable, yet gullible, amateurs.
Reply
:iconvoisb:
voisb Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Your arguments are tiresome and ridiculous, old man. I'm sure plenty of real artists will agree copying helps  but definitely not wannabe-losers like yourself, too afraid to admit to that which is already blatantly obvious.

But who the hell am I kidding? Judging from your gallery you are obviously a master of art in your own little world, so keep it to yourself instead of belittling younger artists who actually try and aspire to become something. I wish you luck in your "art career", maybe someday we will draw as well as you. //snickers
Reply
:iconruby-misted-eyes:
ruby-misted-eyes Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
this guy is either insane or trolling....wow
Reply
(1 Reply)
:iconmakarovjac:
MakarovJAC Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2014
I tell the same, proof, please. C'mon, let's see how many of them agree with you. You can mock me, at least I don't need to take art from others to show a pretty avatar. And one single similar drawing.
Reply
(1 Reply)
:iconwhitedemon19:
WhiteDemon19 Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
very good! And what about eyes? =) 
Reply
:iconjadakisey:
Jadakisey Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2014
That right corner one...is like Voldemort ?

These are great though !
Reply
:icondonwhitt:
donwhitt Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2014  Hobbyist Filmographer
Yes this helps. Especially with shading. Thanks for going a little old school on me.
Reply
:icongracefuldemon:
gracefuldemon Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2014  Student Writer
I hate drawing noses and I must say this DOES help quite a bit.
Thanks very much!
Reply
:iconwhiteminos:
WhiteMinos Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
very helpful
Reply
:iconlexi247:
Lexi247 Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2014
Quite helpful :D
Reply
:iconjesadee:
jesadee Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I was literally bemoaning earlier today that I couldn't find any good nose references.
Thank you!!!
Reply
:iconsyvaender:
Syvaender Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
How could you lack nose references when you have a nose yourself. Do you not own mirrors?
Reply
:iconjesadee:
jesadee Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
That is a very good point!
I do however, only possess a female nose, whereas this reference has some great male noses. :)

Reply
:iconnonestar:
NoneStar Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Me too! xD
Reply
:iconshshv:
shshv Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2014  Student General Artist
I freaking love to draw noses. Lol :)
Reply
:iconcurleym:
curleyM Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2014
this is great, thank you (:
Reply
:iconizzylemon:
IzzyLemon Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2014  Student General Artist
wow.
Much nose.
Very draw.
Such ink.
Wow.
Reply
Add a Comment:
 
×




Details

Submitted on
March 19, 2014
Image Size
114 KB
Resolution
1104×1090
Link
Thumb
Embed

Stats

Views
52,675 (60 today)
Favourites
4,787 (who?)
Comments
68
Downloads
988 (2 today)
×