I was here before but I think I deleted my old sketchbooks. Too lazy to look atm.
I'd prefer problem specific criticism at this point. Please do red line stuff and show me how I can do whatever I did better.
I'm focusing on constructive drawing of heads (before values).
I really, really, really would like to be able to draw realistic faces consistently from life and imagination (so it's always the same person and not this guy who kinda could be the same person) and I'm yet to understand how to solve this problem.
I know about Loomis, planes and Rilley. I didn't find Rilley as helpful as it first looked but maybe I do it wrong. I usually use a simplified Loomis, then angles to measure relationships and knowledge of planes for structure. I still rush into details because I find I can't know if I'm doing it right until I see features.
Video where you can find the guy below.
His name is João Adelino Faria.