Carole G. answered 04/30/19
Taught and designed a course "Anyone Can Draw" for continuing ed.
Start with 2 oval/circles that overlap. Where they intersect, this is eye level. Make a cross shape from top to bottom and from side to side (this is 2 lines). This can indicate forehead and cheek. On the line going across, make a triangular shape for nose which will help you locate a place for the mouth. Put a line for the mouth. Then use 2 triangles for the eyes on the line going across the circles. To locate the features, you are basically using geometric shapes, that you can develop into personal features. Using a sketchbook, draw mouths, eyes, noses, hair. Note the differences between male and female features. Practice, practice, practice.