I did the same thing I did as last time: I used a piece of tin foil to make a "mold" of my face, and then started working from there. However, this time I decided to cut out the eye holes after I got on the beginning layers of paper mache.
After the three layers had dried, I used an Exacto knife to smooth out the edges and remove any weird overhangs.
I then made an approximation of where the eyes would be and cut out two holes to begin with.
After that, necessary adjustments were made in widening the eye sockets so I would be able to actually see. Next up is the beak, but I don't think I will have time to get to it until later next week.