Fueled by his restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman’s
selfless act, Bruce Wayne enlists the help of his newfound ally, Diana
Prince, to face an even greater enemy. Together, Batman and Wonder Woman
work quickly to find and recruit a team of metahumans to stand against
this newly awakened threat. But despite the formation of this
unprecedented league of heroes—Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg and
The Flash—it may already be too late to save the planet from an assault
of catastrophic proportions.
interviewer: how annoying is ryan reynolds on set?
jake gyllenhaal: i would say he’s really not annoying at all… he’s like… he’s actually the best… he’s the best personality on set and he makes everybody feel pretty great and his energy, which i deeply believe in, it’s like… it infects the whole… in like a… in like a… like a sort of… hu-… in like a very… in like a… think about… think about it like an epidemic. uhm… like of… of mass proportions. that’s what his personality’s like… but positive.
It's really interesting to me how humans are naturally so short-faced and it doesn't seem to affect our health, or at least not to the extent of brachycephalic pets. Human faces have similar proportions to those of young chimpanzees, adult chimps have more of a muzzle. Unlike with pugs our snubby skulls are all pleasing lines and nearly-matching dentition, too. Is it just that evolutionary forces weeded out those with too much soft tissue to breathe freely?
It is very interesting, but you’re not really comparing apples to apples.
Modern dog breeds have been developed over a few hundred years, maybe a few thousand for the oldest. Humans have taken something like 4 million years. We also haven’t been selected strictly based on our looks, but also on our ability to survive and probably our intelligence.
Our skulls aren’t just a flat faced variation of a chimpanzee either. Our brain case has grown up and forward, over the eyebrow ridges. This might look like a face becoming flatter, but it’s actually everything at the back (the thinky bits) expanding forward.
We have lost some jaw strength, length and have smaller teeth. This is probably not because they were actively detrimental to us but more likely they just weren’t needed, so the energy spent growing them was wasted and selected against.
Brachycephalic also specifically means having a shorter/flatter face than normal for that species, so you can’t really say that the entire human species is brachycephalic.
Okay, so I've been trying for an hour now and I'm starting to get annoyed. Tell me, oh wise Atomi-Cat, how do we draw faces from the side? -Karmen
I was hoping to find a tutorial that goes in depth a bit better, since I don’t feel like I’m the best at explaining stuff like this. Can’t seem any that I was looking for, so I’ll do my best.
First part is the general proportions. The cranial mass (the circle part of the head), takes up about 2/3ds of the head, while the jaw only takes up 1/3. When laying down your guides, first start with a “t”. this will help you lay down where the brow line should be on the face. Next is the lay down the rest of the guides, starting with the base of the base of the nose and hairline. Understanding where the base of the nose is will make is easier to figure out where the mouth and top of the chin need to be, as well as the right position for the eyes. The hairline tends to be about halfway between the top of the head and the brow line, while the base of the nose is either on or a little above the base of the circle. For the ears, the top of the ears tend to be on the same level as the eyes, while the bottom of the ears are on the same level as the base of the nose. Both the lips and the chin usually don’t extend past the tip of the nose.
. Something that I was taught in college was to understand that anatomy always follows a pattern, and for the face, it’s no different. Both the body and facial structure sort of mimic this zigzaggy motion, as if someone was stacking a bunch of blocks on the edges of one another, if that makes any sense. At least when designing more realistic-looking faces, it might help to keep that in mind.
perks to having a full body mirror: can use myself for pose reference
downs to having a full body mirror: i have boobs and a thin waist and wide hips and i only ever keith and lance (NOODLES) and have to somehow teach myself how to properly proportion them when i am drawing from myself
I was thinking , and I do not say this as a fan, this is as objective an opinion as it can be based on the standards of beauty and proportions/symmetry that appeal to the majority: Tom truly has one of the most, if not the most, gorgeous profiles on a man. I don't think there is a single shot of his profile that is less than perfect. m.weibo(.)cn/p/index?containerid=2304131846858632_-_WEIBO_SECOND_PROFILE_MORE_WEIBO#&gid=1&pid=2
Perfect jawline, incredible cheekbones, perfectly shaped and sized nose, prominent brow, and bonus long, beautiful neck . Best anon of the day LOL
I wish I felt compelled to participate in any of the fun hashtags for thick girls to get recognition for having beautiful bodies. I mostly dont because I hate when niggas involve themselves and treat it like a contest of ‘which fat girl has the best proportions and curve” and the thought of men like that looking at my body grosses me tf out