Hello! I'm new to this forum, but not this tool. I've recently been taking steps to improve my artwork as a means of illustrating stories and doing concept work for personal projects. To this end I'm spending a lot of time on figure studies, faces, and fast shading techniques with photoshop.
I'm following the 100 project for improving my faces, using the tools found at lovecastle.org/draw/. I'm also trying to pin down some of the procedural mistakes that I'm making. Specifically, I'm having trouble with the basic setup of the face - I start with a wire frame, and then usually add the nose first. But in my inexperience I frequently screw up the initial frame, and have to make changes to the jaw line, nose etc:
No kidding. Great find, illographer. I'll be sure to check that out. Thanks for the suggestions, guys!
[EDIT] Ok that site is FANTASTIC. If you are reading this, want to draw heads, and haven't clicked it, do so. He has some excellent videos on head angle, feature position, and general technique for all styles and approaches.