In a carefully organised, easy-to-use format, author Gary Faigin shows readers the expressions created by individual facial muscles, then draws them together in a section devoted to the six basic human emotions: sadness, anger, joy, fear, disgust and surprise. An appendix includes yawning, wincing and other physical reactions. Want to create portraits that capture the real person? Want to draw convincing illustrations PDF? Want to show the range of human emotion in your artwork? But, for those who have by now check out this publication and you really are ready to make the findings well have you spend your time to go out of an assessment on our site we can easily submit equally positive and negative reviews.
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More pictures at parkablogs. The three main sections are on head structure, facial muscles and the six basic human emotions: sadness, anger, joy, fear, disgust and surprise. Every little nuance or muscle twitch on the face is analysed and explained. Other than the drawings created by the author Gary Faigin himself, there are also tons of More pictures at parkablogs. Other than the drawings created by the author Gary Faigin himself, there are also tons of examples included from other media like posters, cartoons, etc.
The write-up is really exhaustive and interesting. This book shows things like false smiles which is really not that easy to describe and even harder to draw. Feb 29, James rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Artists and students of nonverbal communication Shelves: arts , character-studies , psychology , reference This is a great reference for anyone portraying the human face in any medium.
It is both practical and thoughtful; it draws examples and illustrations from all cultures and historical periods, and shows in great detail, feature by feature, how the face reflects each of the primary emotions, down to the underlying musculature that causes our expressions to be what they are. I used this when making some mask-type sculptures and found it helped me achieve much more powerful, authentic, and This is a great reference for anyone portraying the human face in any medium.
I used this when making some mask-type sculptures and found it helped me achieve much more powerful, authentic, and effective finished works.
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