Step 1: Notice whatís given.
Notice there are 3 straight lines available in this image. The two straight edges on the left are 33.3 degrees off North/South. The third straight edge is the forehead line. That line happens to be 33.3 off East. Any 3 of these lines can be used, but there is a way one can achieve near perfection. One of the straight edges comes ready with 3 alignment tools.
Two of the alignment tools are pictured here. Notice the dot on the left has a point to it. The one on the right is more rounded. I like to start my line on the upper tip of the pointed tool.
Here is the third alignment tool. Itís the tip of the lionís ear.†
I then run the line from the tip of the pointed tool through the tip of the lionís ear.
Before I demonstrate, take special notice of the Faceís exact center. Itís a circle with jagged edges which actually help you find the Faceís symmetry.
Iíve drawn the line exactly as I described above. I also placed a circle in the Faceís exact center.
Step 3: Angle construction
Now, in order to find a perfect north line, I had to construct a line that is exactly 56.7 degrees off the given 33.3 off East/West line. I demonstrate that here. I also positioned it directly in the center of the circle.
Step 4: Lasso and copy
Now I can use the lasso tool to precisely trace and copy what you see here.
Step 5: Splice together
The last step(s) are: Paste, flip horizontal, rotate and slide into position.
Repeat, repeat, repeat, repeatÖÖ.
In other words, do that 20 times.
Here are all 20 mirrors of the FOM. I show each image then rotated 180 degrees so you will actually be viewing 40 images.