Next, from these points, we draw slightly upward commas that will become nostrils. If you "lay" these commas on one horizontal line, you will get an African nose. In the case of an upturned, hooked nose, the round parts of these commas will go up. After that, we outline the wings of the nose. Make sure they don't become too fleshy - this is also cartilage. It's better not to stick to the original shape and make the wings of the nose smaller than to try to use all the distance and get something disproportionate to reality.