Heads have Weight
The head has a weight about it, it speaks of character, it is composed of parts, yet not made of them.
The parts come later to add detail. Heads are noble and powerful.
|Head of an Arab – John Singer Sargent||Head of Michelangelo’s David|
Before drawing it, ask yourself, is the nose:
Straight, Aquiline, Retrousse, Snub or Hawk
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