French artists Bruno Metra and Laurence Jeanson stick images of facial features cut out from fashion magazines over the models to form new facial expressions; The distortion in the face gives this person a more vibrant and fun expression.
Greek artist Nikos Gyftakis created this wonderful series of swirling self-portraits between The works are made with oil pastels on canvas and are actually quite large, with a few of the pieces taller than
flesh drawings in watercolour pencil look at Jenny Saville - get students to press faces against a window and photograph from other side as reference - use grid to compose - accompany with lessons about contortion
Painting by Kieran Brent Emphasis is used to highlight the person's face, because it is blurred against the regular pallor of the persons skin. This gives a visualization of what a migraine would look like.