I'm practicing masculine facial features by drawing ink portraits of twelve real men I find handsome and were certainly masculine.
This one is Warren William, actor, inventor, WWI vet. I've writtenabout his filmsfor the newspaper of the town where he was born. The open-mouth smile and direct sunlight made it difficult, and it didn't turn out perfect by any means. But it's all for learning, which I continue to do! Here's the sketch, which maybe looks better: