Been a few days, but I'm still trying to keep that 3 days at most rule in tact!
Comments: I've been drawing the 100 skulls in addition to the 100 faces. I currently have 16 skulls--each time I draw a set of ten skulls, I plan to go over them in ink to find ways to simplify the drawing, and hopefully better understand what I do. I've been told that tracing can sometimes be helpful when trying to study art pieces--something I've never been that great at. I guess the term for this is deconstructive drawing(?) I'm still trying to figure out how to think like an artist, and what my thinking and drawing process really is. Any tips on how to do this or improve in general would be very helpful!
Also, planning to post those ink references this weekend, Saturday afternoon the latest.
• The head is NOT a perfect circle! There are angles where it may sometimes appear as such, however it takes more of an oval shape rather than a perfectly rounded one.
• The cheeks seem to be their own plane/polygon/side, slanting inward from the cheekbone, to the teeth, the jaw.
• Thinking of shapes and objects in 3D is still very complicated--figuring out things like center lines still proves to be very difficult--however while continuing to learn the basics, it should get easier.
100 Skulls Challenge: