Police Sketches Versus Mug Shots

The police composite sketch, created with the help of an eye witness, is often the first step in catching a criminal.

But witnesses who have a fuzzy recollection of what the perpetrator looked like may end up contributing to a sketch that looks nothing like the accused, and therefore isn’t much help to law enforcement.

It’s not always the witnesses fault, sometimes the sketch artist is simply lacking in illustration training and ends up drawing a gnome instead of a human perp.

And then there are those spot on sketches that manage to perfectly capture both the look and the attitude of the criminal, the drawings that set the standard for other composite sketch artists.

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Movie plot idea: manga artist gets a job as a police sketch artist. He refused to break from his style and draws criminals with very moe criminals with big round eyes and tiny mouths.
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