Cut out your person, removing their hair, keeping only their face and maybe body. Then glue your cut on one of your sheets of paper – think about where you might place it, in the middle or towards the bottom.
Taking a grey lead pencil and starting from the top of the head imagine what crazy hair your chosen face might have. Draw in faint guidelines of your chosen hair style, working from your stuck down face. Create lots of sections and shapes, wrapping all around your face.
Once you are happy with your lines using your thicker marker, draw over your guidelines, then erase any visible greylead lines.
Brainstorm of different ways to use line. Taking your second blank sheet of paper and your thin marker, have a play. Test out how you can create patterns and textures using straight lines and curvy lines.
From your brainstorm choose your favourite results to fill each of the sections of hair and background. Use a combination of straight lined patterns and curvy line patterns to give different textures to create interest. With each pattern choose 2 or three sections to use it in.