How To Read A Face

If you can put aside the thinking brain and just observe, a person’s face can reveal far more than you normally pick up. And you don’t need a university degree to do it. We’ve known instinctively how to do this all our lives. It is hard wired into us. We are…

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It’s As Plain As The Nose On Your Face pt.2

If you haven’t already please read part one of this article before continuing. I’m going to continue today with two portraits where the subject’s head is slightly angled and I am not able to easily re-construct the face using only the left or right side. In 1849 Harriet Tubman escaped from…

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It’s As Plain As The Nose On Your Face pt.1

You don’t need a university degree to read someone’s face. We’ve known instinctively how to do this all our lives. It is hard wired into us. When you are in someone’s presence they give many clues which tell you whether they are fuming or playful or child-like or malicious. You…

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