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Here is where I left off. I am going to drop out. Catch right behind it.
I am pulling back a little bit towards her.
Alright. This is the last section, right around mid ear. That's where the head stops curving. Second one same as the first, just start in the opposite direction. There is where my drop point is.
Directing it slightly back, because I am very close to that area that has less hair, because of the hairline popping up. Not too bad.
The only thing I am going to do now is I am going to take horizontal section and carve my side in. You see how that comes out? And I got a drop here. I need to make the side. So if this comes straight down, not curves around and not flies out. Alright there. Upside.
I will take the section right above the parietal, and that's what I want right about mid ear. Do it like I did the back. I pencil from back to front. So I am going to be a little bit longer as I get to the front.
It's real helpful if you don't cut her, at least until after she has paid. Right about there, I am going to drop it down a little bit. There is a guy there, this guy down here, I need to take horizontal and vertical sections and connect the two.
I am going to be coming up, because I want this to be shorter than that. These are traveling guidelines. So that it's going to be same distance from here as it is here from here. If I were making this back one stationary and pulling everything back, the front is going to be longer.
If I am making the front guidelines stationary and pulling everything from the back to it, it's going to make the back longer and the front shorter.
Find the same point on the other side and do the same thing.
I have got top guy, cut off what's in between.
Okay. I have got three guidelines here: one here, one here, and one from back here. I am going to connect all three. But where I have this, the tallest point, I am going to do two sets. These are going to be cut up this way, and then I am going to come around this side and cut these up that way, so we all end up here.