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Transcript of Face!
how to draw one
Should it be used on people?
Is this a way to check for real beauty?
We share the same face
For this project
a contour line portrait,
use either Your face,
or one of the 5
from your OneNote
you will use
this is made of
recycled junk mail
Sandhi Schimmel Gold
So, should you care
if your face fits
applied it to the
to make an
"Ideal" or perfect person
in their artworks.
1990s Scientists used computers
to apply the
to create an
"ideal" human face - one that is perfectly symmetrical
, artists used this
in their paintings and sculptures
painted the "ideal"
not an actual person
Or someone else's idea of beauty?
Let's review the
simple face ratios
You can make one of these
for the project using a website tool
What is beauty?
Who's the most important
person to be beautiful for?
Is beauty a perfect ratio
Or something else?
Ancient artists around the world found the
human eye likes certain proportions
ways for art to be put together to look its best
there is Math!
Almost everything in the world from
, to our
can be explained with the help of Math.
came up with a
universal system of "perfect proportion"
it was called the
Did you know
Indian, Greek, Roman, Egyptian, etc.
Painted and Decorated
We all have very similar
natural proportions -
but we all have beautiful
Let's see some artists
that do this:
Ming Liang Lu
Creates paper portraits for free
in the Subway of New York
It's not about money. It's about the face
Mr. Lu loves what he does