Decided I needed to bone up on my knowledge of the human skull. Pun intended, ha ha ha. Found a few tutorials that talked about the major landmarks and also read through the cranium section of Gray's Anatomy. There were lots of little bones that I didn't quite know of before like the ethmoid bone and vomer in the nose area. And some that I knew but didn't fully understand where all the nooks and crannies were located.
I managed to get my hand on a real skull from my doctor to so I could use it as reference and boy did it help. I took lots of measurements and some of the bones like the sphenoid really started to make sense once I could see them in situ.
Here's the result from various angles.... Next up is placing some tissue depth guides and building the musculature while learning all the names, origins and insertions.