Bargue course plate number 2 face number 2.
For some reason these plates are going much faster than the first plate, I’m not sure if I’m getting better or the simplicity of the line is just easier.
I started this one a bit different. I began by closely measuring the more internal parts of the face, the top lip first, then I move outward from there. I was hoping that this would fix my previous error of getting the bridge of the nose in the incorrect place, but it didn’t.
This is the start of the drawing. I can see now that the generalization of feature is essential for quickly getting accurate drawing down. And enough of that accurate drawing for a good comparison with the original before moving on to refinements.