Our page banner is a detail of an illustration of a wall painting from the grave of Seti I.
Photo: (Creative Commons) Henry William Beechey
This figure is seen wearing the Royal Uraeus Crown - also referred to as the sacred serpent crown. The Uraeus is a symbol of the Goddess Wadjet who was depicted in the form of a rearing cobra.
The head of a typical Egyptian figure is seen from the side, but the eye and body are seen from the front. Figures are usually shown wearing a traditional crown or headdress (nemes) and a pectoral decoration (menit) across the shoulders and chest.
The Egyptian Pharaohs wore different crowns for different occasions and to show their loyalty to certain gods associated with a crown.
You can click on the link or sketch above for a larger image that you may use to help you with your drawing of the Royal Uraeus Crown.