You seem to practise a lot, and you sure are getting better. One thing I see is that some of your faces tilt to one side. I do that too, my only recommendation would be to try and practise very simple objects, like ovals, circles etc: really teach your hands to do symmetry.
BTW, (but you probably already know this) a good way to check symmetry is to turn the paper upside down and check. Or, in the case with a portrait, hold the drawing up to a mirror.
I been trying for years and I still do this mistake, especially when in a hurry. I especially hate it when it's something I've been painting on for a long time.
Draw more, post more, looking good!
[Swedish] rita mer, posta mer, det ser bra ut!
"When George is hanged, Harris will be the worst packer in this world..."
Hurricane: yeah I gotta do that. But thanks man, you been/is a very big help, the biggest of them all
Jacobsteel: haha, yeah, I know I gotta fix that somehow. Im maybe to lazy or something but thanks man
so here is a digital OC that changed it apperance totally since the session started with hurri, it went offline so carried on there:
the right cheek is too big. The chin is a bit too much on the left side etc but all in all Im happy.
Good job on these drawings...hard work is one of the most important things when becoming a good artist! as for crit, here goes; when drawing "real" things like faces/bodies, etc. it is vital that you understand what you are drawing (especially when drawing without reference). It is near impossible putting for example a nose on paper if you dont know how it is constructed, what usually happens is that you draw noses (Im just using noses as an example) like you imagine them, or what you think it looks like/or you fall into using some sort of "stylized" nose that you've seen somewhere ( the problem with that being of course that you draw a stylization of an abstraction of a nose), so the best tip I can give you is to observe, and learn (anatomy, lighting, etc)! Just keep 'em coming...its just a matter of time....