One of the best skills I picked up this year was drawing faces. It has been incredibly therapeutic and extremely rewarding. :)
I started by taking an online class called Supplies Me taught by the artist Jane Davenport. It is an awesome class where she runs you through the different art supplies by using them to draw faces. Lifetime access to the course videos makes it easy for you to work at your own pace and there's an active Facebook group where members share their work and give encouraging comments.
Everyone can draw. Like everything in life, it just takes practice and confidence to improve your skills. For me, it has been a bit of an obsession since April. *winks*
I have spent hours pouring through drawing books at the reference section of my local library during my free time to speed up the learning curve. I've brought my supplies with me to draw on the plane on my travels. And I have several art journals full of my imaginary friends.
So give drawing a go. My advice to you is to draw big! Seriously, I started with an A5 journal and was struggling to get details in. Then I moved into a big altered book journal and it actually got easier. And get a good eraser. It's a magical tool to perform "surgery" on your faces.*LOL*