Most people think in terms of symbols when they draw a picture of something.
They draw the same picture, or symbols, over and over for a certain thing, perhaps a chair, and they definitely do this when drawing people.
The key to creating a good likeness is to draw what you see and not the generic picture symbol you learned in 3rd grade.
Learning what something looks like and drawing its likeness is not the same as drawing the same picture for that object every time.
This section will help you learn how to manipulate that “symbol” you are using for faces so you can draw them however you want.