This will complete the contour of the head. The jaw picks up where the cheekbone leaves off, both anatomically and rhythmically. We will identify more major rhythms of the head, as well as the key bone you need to know for this area.
This area is, I think, the least understood part of the head. It's the least 'flashy,' but carries huge amounts of three-dimensional information and anatomy. Also, it can be seen from many angles, not just low-angles!
The nose is like a mountain landscape sitting atop the cheekbone bedrock. It has very complex planes, including some very lesser-understood side planes. The nose is the feature with the most planes, to let's learn it!