Draw the nasal septum with me

Author: Medicowesome

Hi everyone! In this video, we'll learn how to draw the nasal septum.We first draw a perpendicular and we turn the perpendicular into an 'E' which represents perpendicular plate of Ethmoid. You know, it doesn't make a lot of sense at this stage but.. Stay with me. So now, we draw a 'V' which represents Vomer. Now we draw a 'S' this represents the septal cartilage of the nasal septum. Oh and over here, we draw an 'R' and R represents Rostrum of the sphenoid bone.

I'm drawing the frontal bone here.. And this 'pointed thing' is the spine of the frontal bone. That is the crest of the nasal bone. This is supposed to look like a 'C' which represents Columella.

I forgot to include that in the video. And we draw the crest of the maxilla and crest of the palatine here. And then we draw the maxillary bone. So let's revise real quick. Perpendicular then an E, E is for Ethmoid. Then we draw a V, V is for Vomer.

Then we draw a S and S is for the Septal cartilage. Then we draw the R and R is for the rostrum of the Sphenoid bone. This is the crest of the maxilla, then we draw the crest of the palatine bone.

Draw the nasal septum with me

Oops! I should get a paper weight. This is.. The columella. Like I said, you have to make it like a C so that you remember C for Columella. This is the crest of the nasal bone. And this is the nasal spine of the frontal bone. (And I know it looks like my hand is undergoing a tremor here but umm I was basically adjusting the camera so that you can see) And in this part of the video, I was trying to make the diagram look a little better by coloring the frontal bone brown and the ethmoid green and the vomer blue.

And this part of the video, is puke dark green all over the nasal septum just because I couldn't find my orange color. But if you want a better diagram, for reference, here it is. And.. That's all! Stay awesome.

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Draw the nasal septum with me

Hi everyone! In this video, we'll learn how to draw the nasal septum.We first draw a perpendicular and we turn the perpendicular into an 'E' which represents perpendicular…

By: Medicowesome