Oh, here is this guy, getting the colours right was fun, but pardon the cutie mark, I have zero artistic talent for that.
First of all, I thank you for your time.
>Since the point of the nose is level with the bottom of the near eye, the cheek and jaw end up blocky. If the eye came below the nose, it would break up the block. The face looks flatter. Having stuff on top of other stuff adds depth, if the nose overlaps the eye it creates and additional "layer."
I think you've given me a really valuable advice, I got better just by taking this into account, I considered this on the current picture, I tried to make the snout overlap a little more with the right eye, it looks better but I certainly need more practice.
>The eyes also tend to be very close together, and it's kinda dworky looking.
You're completely right, I used to look at the show for the eyes, but I realized that in their 3/4 view, one of the eyes is really big and is almond shaped,and I thought it looked a little freakish, I watched other of my favourite cartoons to see how they made the eyes, so the result was that and I'm really happy with how they look MOST of the time.
Now this makes me move to my real problem, and I think it's caused because of the way I draw the 3/4 head: The front view, the rear view and the 3/4 view from behind, I really don't have any actual idea of what goes where, so if you can give me some advice on that it would be most welcome.
If you prefer sending me anything by mail, it's always displayed there, but you'd have to note me about it, as I don't check it often.
Best regards and Requests will be opened on Friday probably.