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MANGA to REALISTIC series by =FOERVRAENGD
It’s a fantastic tutorial, but I can never remember which part has what information, so I made a handy little Table of Contents (and a little cover image thingy): 
Part One: Intro, Realistic Facial Proportions from the FrontPart Two: Head in 3DPart Three: Simplified Shapes to Skull, Facial Features (Eyes, Nose, Mouth, Ears)Part Four: ExpressionsPart Five: Hair and NeckPart Six: Drawing PracticePart Seven: Age and GenderPart Eight: Caricature and EthnicityPart Nine: “Hot” to “Not” (Broken Nose, Black Eye, Scars, Body Fat, Birth Defects, Cerebral Palsy, Down’s Syndrome)Part Ten: Symbol to Object using Light and ShadowPart Eleven: Workflow (Rhythm and Reference)Part Twelve: Levels of RealismBonus: Face in Profile

ambidexterous:

MANGA to REALISTIC series by =FOERVRAENGD

It’s a fantastic tutorial, but I can never remember which part has what information, so I made a handy little Table of Contents (and a little cover image thingy): 

Part One: Intro, Realistic Facial Proportions from the Front
Part Two: Head in 3D
Part Three: Simplified Shapes to Skull, Facial Features (Eyes, Nose, Mouth, Ears)
Part Four: Expressions
Part Five: Hair and Neck
Part Six: Drawing Practice
Part Seven: Age and Gender
Part Eight: Caricature and Ethnicity
Part Nine: “Hot” to “Not” (Broken Nose, Black Eye, Scars, Body Fat, Birth Defects, Cerebral Palsy, Down’s Syndrome)
Part Ten: Symbol to Object using Light and Shadow
Part Eleven: Workflow (Rhythm and Reference)
Part Twelve: Levels of Realism
Bonus: Face in Profile