Inner brow raiser is one of the most difficult facial actions to find clean references for. Many sources fail to find actors who can separate their inner brow raiser from other facial actions such as outer brow raiser (from frontalis, pars lateralis) and brow lowerer (from corrugator).
This post is Part II of a series on wrinkles types. Part I focused on wrinkle caused by repeated facial expressions - dynamic wrinkles. Part II will focus on another class of wrinkles: static wrinkles. While static wrinkles may not as exciting as dynamic expressions wrinkles, they are just as important to consider when applying to your character. As stressed in Part I, every line tells a story.
Hello and welcome to Face the FACS. This blog is a passion project where I pour my interests and cross-disciplinary research into one place to share with the world. I've been studying the art and science of facial expressions for almost eight years. I started out by using the Facial Action Coding System in an… Continue reading welcome. I’m looking for work!
Currently learning chimpanzee FACS, chimpanzee anatomy, and making custom chimpanzee landmark diagrams. (Chimpanzee landmarks determined by Animal FACS group. Original research work by Lisa A Parr, Bridget M Waller, and Jennifer Fugate. See: Emotional communication in primates: implications for neurobiology )
When designing a product, you need to remember - you are not designing for yourself: You are designing for the user. Product design is a sacrificial form of art. Personal opinions, ego, and creative license come second to usability and function. Emoji is one such product that many use but few stop to think about.… Continue reading mindful design: everything you did and didn’t want to know about emoji