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    I like the pink BG Sai drawing! Nice style on the face, her nose and lips are looking cool as hell!
    Fun stuff! Keep it up.

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    This is looking pretty good, but a couple of details that look a bit off suggest you should keep working on your anatomy. I'll just focus on one: you're drawing the philtrum (the grove between the nose and upper lip) going inwards, which ends up giving you an incorrect placement for the whole mouth. Drawing the philtrum is very useful to define the shape of the whole area between the nose and the mouth (i.e. the "mustache zone") and to guide you into knowing where exactly the mouth would go, especially when drawing faces at an angle.

    Take a look at how the lip-nose area works at a side view:

    My Trinquétte Girl

    Now, of course, every face is different, but as a general rule an upper jaw that slopes inwards is going to look weird, specially so on a young woman with full lips.

    This also applies when you're drawing faces at a 3/4 view:

    My Trinquétte Girl

    as you can see, the way you've got your features aligned right now would make for an odd profile. I redrew the philtrum, and redid the mouth from there. Also, I made the nostrils larger - doing a google image search for "nose" will give you thousands of very different looking schnozzes, but one thing nearly all of them have in common is that, regardless of nose size and shape, the space between the nostrils and the tip of the mouth is never larger than the nostril itself. The nose and the eyebrows are unaligned, too, unless she's raising one eyebrow.

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    this was the finish face, https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?f...8&l=355be1aad9 , ure right about it, i will make that little change & see hows looks... THNKS 4 IT..

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