I found this while browsing for somebody else and thought you might like to see it. As the artist says:
I'M NOT HERE TO MAKE THE SKULL LOOK LIKE AKHENATEN'S MONUMENTS. If that were the case, I would have sketched it straight and not bothered with the skull. I had a curiosity, however morbid, about what the skull could tell us about the MAN, not the statue. As it turns out, Akhenaten's sculptors put in a lot of overtime to make him look the way he seemed to the rest of the world and to history.He also adds:
Midway through the reconstruction, I found a digitally restored version of Akhenaten's skull with the bridge of the nose rebuilt, and when I implemented those changes, it completely changed the configuration of the nose and lip, which is why the face dramatically changes halfway through the video.
Of course, since this is based on the skull from tomb KV55 in the Valley of the Kings, I think this is a representation of Smenkahare rather than Akhenaten!