Just some head proportion and simple perspective studies.
I also did some gesture may publish it idk, part of a 30 minute class.
Good morning, Tonovz, and very nice job on capturing and portraying your facial expressions' form and perspective and relationships, very good. But, I can still feel a little bit too much rigidity in your mark-making of your graphic shapes, lines, and spaces, so how would you love to loosen up your hands, elbows, and shoulders with 10 minutes of 5 minute face and expression poses for each hand, elbow, and shoulder, using the vertical flip? The reason is as a result, your faces' and heads' forms, relationships, perspectives, and foreshortening will become even more broader in terms of strokes and less than too bogged down on the more complicated forms and details for your drawn economy. My hat's off to you. Oh, BTW, please look into a copy of drawing Heads and Hands and Fun with a Pencil by Andrew Loomis. Bye, now.