Brian "Panda" Choi said:
Honestly, without some semblance of a reference of a real face, you're gonna be reaching out in the dark, espcially trying to go from muscle and bone TO skin and hair. You need something you can pop back and forth to.Find a face reference you want to recreate. We can talk about the issues on your head, but without a real life example, you'll have barely an idea how the musccle and fat work together to make the skin look the way it does.Even if it's homework, go above and beyond, since your peers are doing the same work.
Ok. So disclaimer, I'm not a professional artist, so take my advice with a grain of salt.Wow, Thx so much. I didn't check the proportions. It's realy looks much better now!