what bugs me the most about your little school project is that it's gotten boring right from the start.
you know, it's easy to see what kind of taste and preferences you have, when you choose something to copy. you are going for obscene, extreme facial expressions. there's an area where this is most welcome: advertisements. they love that shock factor and edge, because it annoys people. you can't look away, because you are naturally driven to find out why a person is making such an extreme face expression. and when you learn that there is nothing more to get, other than the frozen expression, you are left annoyed and want to look away.
your paintings aren't just badly executed. they are also inherently making everyone want to look away, for numerous reasons. i give the benefit of doubt that there actually are a few able, talented people on this board, as you seem to get all the right criticism from time to time (which you consequently deflect from or chose to ignore altogether ... "tl;dr" etc.)
so, here you have your amateurish approach that you try to justify as "deliberately bad" time and again. then you have the shock effect of the awful facial expressions. and to top it all off, your edgy, rotten persona. all in all, everything about your field day project screams: "look away, i'm an abomination".
surely, you will answer with another black/green rag rug wording between haphazard justifications and complete denial.
there is no progress in what you do, only repetition. and that repetition is full of mistakes, knowledge gaps and obstinacy. in fact, the only consistency in your work is stagnation.
sorry (not sorry)