It took a long time to give as much volume to the areas around the lips to avoid flatness. I had problems with the corner of the mouth. Redid them a few times. It looks like a smile from the side, but normal from the front. I can't figure it out. How can I do it better? Also are there any big mistakes?
This assignment went better than yesterday. The improvement is visible. I will probably have to practice everything a lot of times until it gets easier.
I think it went better this time. The bigger scale and the previous tries made it slightly easier. I'm struggling with the area around the eye the most and the planes of the forehead. Any tips for it? Are the mistakes still flagrant?
I have done and redone this several times. I either had the cheeks/forehead look flat or the eye look flat. Whenever I added material to one, the other one looked way too flat. This is the best attempt in a lot of hours. I have huge problems around the eye and making the eye look 3d. I think I can't judge depth well enough. Any tips to help with that? Where am I making big mistakes?
I struggled with symmetry a lot. There was a lot of "left isn't equal to the right", going back and forth between different angles to see my mistakes. I thought it would be step by step adding until it was done, but as I noticed from your video, I takes a lot of constant checking. How did I do? Any big mistakes I should have noticed? Is the mouth big enough?
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How do these look? I'm having issues with the frontview, especially in Loomis and Bodem. What am I doing wrong?