Learning to sculpt heads/faces

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  07 July 2017
nice work, you have made lots of progress especially the heads. I encourage you to continue because I think you have made the harder part wich is the beginning.
I really like the last heads like the old woman, or the young man (last one).
Can I ask you how long (time) do you worked on them ? Are you (always) using references ?

Anyway good work, I hope to see more of you.
  07 July 2017
Don't worry, I have no intention of quitting! This improvement process is a very long term project (several years) and I intersperse it with other projects. Right now I'm working on a hard surface project. After that, I'll come back to this.

Unfortunately I can't remember how long these took. But I estimate that the last few took 10 - 15 hours. As with learning ANYTHING, speed is not a priority.

I did use reference for the last few heads:
a girl from 3dsk
Harry Dean Stanton
Theresa May
My housemate
Michael Caine
Emma Watson (last one)

On most of these I failed to achieve a likeness. My housemate is the most accurate. I believe this is because I took a huge amount of consistent photos in a controlled environment from specific angles. Rather than mixed resolution photos from online, with random angles, facial expressions and even different ages of the same person!
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