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    You aren't really following the form here, it's mostly a loose assembly of facial features. Have you tried to draw a thing like this from an angle, instead of straight face-on?

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    I have done portrait studies from a 3/4 angle before but certainly not with exaggerated features, I definitely should try that out

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    Study eye reflections. Those transparent half-circles floating on top of the eye make no sense and are really distracting.

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