I’ve been practicing drawing faces for the past couple of months. I was terrible and I’m still not that great, but I’m a little better than I was two months ago.

Check out the portraits and progress here.

One thing I’ve noticed with each portrait is how different eyebrows are. Specifically, the inside edge of the eyebrow, closest to the nose is in a different place on everyone.

For some people, it extends over the nose a little, while for others the eyebrow doesn’t even start until you’re halfway out over their eye. There is a massive spectrum from face to face.

I guess it just got me thinking about all the little things that stare us in the face (literally) that go unnoticed.

Maybe we’d all be a little better off and happier if we took a few moments each day and just noticed something that we take for granted.