i like it and think you should keep going if you want to follow the pic more closely, i would say try and make the nose a lot less pronounced and sharpen up her chin. also, beef up the hair, i think it'll look better long like the pic. and finally, something is bothering me about her upper lip. maybe because it's half there/half not? anyways i like where you're headed
in the 2d picture her top lip is very thin (as it would be from an exaggerated grin) but your 3d has full lips in the front.
and as for why it's looking a little off, i'd say what jumps out to me is the nose is upturned a little too much, and maybe you should "bend" the anatomy of the teeth to follow the grin, as it's stylized anyways.
all in all it's a good beginning
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Working on a skull from Andrew Cawrse workshop dvd (that guys is so gooood)
As well as ribcage(since my ribcage/pelvis deal in this girl is weird i think or placement of scapulas or something.) from Der Nackte Mensch by Gottfried Bammes such an awesome anatomy book. Plan is to do ribcage and scapulas in primitive shapes attack skull from mr cawrse's workshop and do a an escorche of upper torso.