Quick review of what you've learned so far 
and drawing your first face: 

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In this lesson you'll get a quick review of the skills of drawing you've been exposed to this far. Repetition, repeated exposure, rehearsing again and again what you've been learning will help you pull the draw string back  farther and sending you farther and farther into the artistic landscape and closer and closer to your goals. After the review you'll learn some basic facial proportions and then do a drawing of a face in profile. Click on the picture just below for the accompanying Flash lesson (Note: If you're accessing this on-line, go to the Flash link center in the upper right hand corner of the Archives page.):

Note: Due to the way the Flash Lessons are constructed and due to limitations within Flash technology itself, the links contained within the interactive lesson point to the online book (links of the "http://www...." type). All the same pages those links are aimed at are within the book in front of you. 

For your convenience, the links contained within the Flash Lesson "Drawing Your First Face" are repeated in their order of appearance within the table below. (Specifically the right half of the table - just read the  headline for each column :-) Further, they're linked to the book as it sits on your computer - they won't open a browser and you don't need a web connection to open them. What a deal :-) If you want to see if any new additions have been made to the online page, go for it and click on the links within the Flash Lesson or click on the links in the left hand column below. If you want to access those pages rapidly, refer to this list: 

On-line, out there on the Web - where you can find updates (if any) - click on any of these and a web browser will open. Click on these links and you'll be whisked to these pages  right within this book
Lesson 14 masterlink page 
(Masses and shapes of the head and face)
Lesson 14 masterlink page
(Masses and shapes of the head and face)
Lesson 15: book within a book - the caricature case studies Lesson 15: book within a book - the caricature case studies
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