Here is an old image of a cheetah I did on a scratchboard.
The head is lopsided.
The finished section is apposed to be fir professional to intermediate art, ya should sheck out da critiques forum.
Even if the head is turned, the damn skull won't be deformed. Which it most definitely is.
The art-guides for sale on your site intrigue me, Smith. Do they sell?
I also suggest mirroring your work, especially in this case. The head may be at an angle off from vertical, but the face is not symmetrical, despite the rendering of the nose and mouth which suggests that the face is pointed straight at the viewer. It's amazing how much you can fail to see in your own work until you flip it over. Something like a hard reset on your perception of the piece.
Got anything newer?
How can you claim to teach people how to master artistic techniques when your skill says intermediate at best?
the ears are too hairy.