I feel like I should take an art class. Or at least find a mentor who can slap me around and tell me exactly what I need to fix. Is anyone here an art professor? Or an expert? Or... something?

Because I've reached a point in my art where I can draw human faces that look like they could be people. Wooo! But I'm trying to get it to a point where it looks exactly what I'm trying to draw, and all I get is a vague sense of wrongness. Like it kind of looks like who I'm drawing, but not quite. I can never seem to get the proportions right.

Arrrrghh art is frustrating. Because I know that I am at a point where I can really actually draw something. But it's not quite where I want it to be. Eventually I hope to get the hyper-realism thing down. I know it will take me a long time to get there too, but at the very least can I just master proportion and perspective!?

For context, I'll post the offending picture that I'm in the middle of working on. I've dropped my materials for the night, because I want to give my brain a break.

Edit: Nooope. I just took a picture of the drawing I did and it looks awful. So no picture.