its a half an hour sketch
Hi and welcome
Please resize this picture. Right now its far too large to view comfortably.
There isn't any structure. It seems you've just went, this is where the nose goes, now for the lips, and now the chin, hair goes, here, here and here, nah fuck it, lets put it everywhere.
It doesn't really make sense.
I've done ( A very bad ) reline, basically, thing structurally. I did quite basic lines, and I think theres still quite a bit of anatomical issues with the forhead, however I think that can give you a point of trying to think of things as forms.
As for the hair, I approached it like cloth.
Heres the image:
I was really trying to find a tutorial on drawing faces. There were some truly incredible ones on CA that I was studying sunday, I can't find them now though D:
P.s I flipped it over for ease, I'm left handed.
The tilt of the head and suggestion of facial expression has potential, but I have to agree with self-epidemic's comments. I realize it's a quick sketch, but the drawing lacks overall structure. I would go and study some books on figure drawing by the likes of Andrew Loomis, Michael Hampton, and Glen Vilppu (all of which I've found very helpful to this day) and really try to look at how a human head is put together and moves through 3D space. Then I would try this drawing again, but spend an hour or more on it as dpaint suggested.
Best of luck!
not a bad start, i went ahead and corrected some of the anatomy for you
these things come with time and analysing lots of faces. touching your own head can help find alignments and things like that too.
edit: it seems you already got some more feedback while i was doing this one
thanks guys givin critiques my english was bad , i will improove my skills. thanks aks9 telling about anotomy
These are kind of what you do in the first fifteen minutes. Then you start working on them.
I was once on the receiving end of a critique so savagely nasty, I marched straight out of class to the office and changed my major (sketchbook).