While creating this mask, I make sure to utilize the framework of it as an indicator of how much space those facial features will take up; acting as a cage to hold them in. This means making sure they will just consume the space inside the mask while the rest is forgotten about. Doing this should make it easier to recognize the negative spaces in the face like the forehead, cheeks, and jawline from the actual features.
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The following strategy I use so as to situate these facial features is to utilize the rules as indicators of accurate extents and ability to read a compass. They are also useful for estimating the distance between the eyes, nose, and mouth along the length of the face. In any case, the most crucial aid of all is their ability to coordinate where the face itself is looking.