Well, the poses are not what I meant (although those are well-done, too). The faces themselves have so much individuality, that it seems they MUST be real people. Mostly, when artists make up faces, they tend to be generic: the typical woman, the typical man, and all characters by one artist tend to look the same. These to people are neither typical nor do they look like the faces you drew elsewhere - they are unique, they have character, and I feel I would recognize them, if I met them on the street. And that is very remakable, if, as you say, you made them up. I admire that.