Head Goes Squash, Head Goes Stretch
Is it a sign of the impending apocalypse? Yes, I've moved on to Lesson Two!
Yes, friends, I've dared to make those two drawings of that dog's head. I noticed Preston used some dashed guidelines in demonstrating this principle, so I used 'em, too! In fact, I also sketched in some perpendiculars to help me keep the construction ovals in check.
I don't want to strain myself with self-administered back-patting, but I feel they turned out pretty good for a first pass. Even with all the rigidity of the guide-lines, I managed to retain some looseness in the final drawings.
And since I got one positive bit of feed back on my ancillary doodling, I've included some more here, The pros call it pandering. I call it, well, pandering as well...