I was inspired to draw a model's haircut from a photo, and I thought I'd try and extrapolate the model's features and recreate him from a different view. I ended up making it an exercise in proportion, as I have extremely lopsided drawings that I apparently don't know are lopsided. It's got something to do with our natural eye and how we see proportions, I suppose. Anyhow, after I flipped this guy to see him mirror image, I flipped out at how lopsided he was. I've corrected it, but at the same time, my corrections will always be born out of my natural lopsided view. Granted, human faces aren't always symmetrical, but I hardly want them looking like Shannon Doherty either.