[image title=”Kat Johnston Sketch: She holds a mask before her face, so one and t’other can be barely told apart…” size=”large” id=”1647″ align=”center” alt=”Kat Johnston Sketch: She holds a mask before her face, so one and t’other can be barely told apart…” linkto=”viewer” ]

Another sketch in the same sort of vein as yesterday’s – this time with a mask instead of just make-up. Once again, I am rather happy with the result!

It is nice to return to a style you have dropped for a little while. As I was mentioning yesterday, I tend to go through phases – scribbley and loose at some points, clean and precise at others… sometimes rough, sometimes smooth, and often a combination of the two. I haven’t kinda sat down and done more ‘precise’ (yes, I did that in inverted commas because this is not precise in a traditional sense) sketching in a while… it’s nice. Frustrating at times, but nice.