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Hey there again, Alex O3930, and nice job on how well you've rendered the edges, spaces,facial relationships, tones, and the face-ness of the face. Very good job, but I'm not getting enough of that really and totally bold quirkiness of that facial movement. How would you like to please loosen up your edges with 5 minutes of 30 second facial sketches, using only your non-dominant hand?
The basic reason is basically, it's there to help make your facial renderings less stiff and more fluid and lively in your character designs and concept sketches. If your first-ever goal is to make your faces less stilted and more dynamic and exaggerated, then bring it on. However, for more info and inspiration, kindly look into an Instagram of Sebastian Krüger here. There you can find some nice images for you to download on a separate website, or screepcap them for future use. Please don't get too hung up on the complicated forms and details, but pay close attention to the forces and shapes behind those things. Kindly take these with a small grain of salt. My hat's off to you.
The proportions are kind of odd, i recommend you for cartoon characters try to do first circles and lines to adjust them. What helps me to do something fit to look at is to first make lines to base a center and corners of when my draw is gonna start and end, as for the center, where i can base my eyes, mouth and nose