This inadvertently comical drawing by Harold J. Nichols (1924-2013) has a vigor and intensity that I find seductive. It has the top-of-head deficit common amongst us untrained drawers. The brain fools the eye somehow. I think it discounts what’s above the eyes — a defect of perception that must be overridden. I forget the details. Harold fell into that trap here, but for me his drawing works well as a caricature.
(c) 2019 JMN