This was fun. Faces are always so hard for me. But Puno on Domestika teaches it well. The one on the right was my first. The older gentleman was my third. Doing the half-face exercise reduced the stress of making it symmetrical.
I tried to make a few cute faces and they turned out creepy instead.
In drawing and painting, I am cultivating “my style.” I am definitely not someone who likes (or can) make realistic faces and people. In elementary school, I excelled at stick figures with faces of tiny dots for eyes, no nose and semi-circle mouths.
But this was a fun and relatively easy portrait painting that I learned from August Wren on Creativebug.com. I like the bold colors and rough frame.