Physiognomy of symbolical emotions.
Hexagram of the canon of changes YiKing 33.

make-up arts for cinematography and special effects in thrillers painting on faces of Indians in movies as make-up drawings of heroes

If you do make-up arts or special effects for cinematography and screen actors in filmmaking, and if problem of artistic images consists in creation of fighting painting and facial battle signs of Indians, or fiction heroes of live action hits and picturesque characters of movies thrillers, or personages and acting persons in video films and motion pictures of any other genres, and including in comedies, then you can consider the shown symbols of emotions and hexagrams of the canon of changes Yi King. Namely fighting painting on faces of Indians in movies or make-up drawings of any aggressive heroes of action hits and thrillers, and also emotional images of various cinematographic characters can be correlated to universal logic system of human facial expressions and mimic features by means of the shown physiognomic symbols, that can be interesting in the industry of cinema.


Emotions of social relationships.
individual mind does not depend on public consciousness.
Eyes: personal volition does not depend on collective will.
Mouth: private needs correspond with requirements of society.
Private mind and personal volition of a man or woman are indifferent to collective will and corporative mentality, but individual needs correspond to social requirements.

Personal mutual relations.
you do not think of people and-or companions do not regard you.
Eyes: you do not see people and-or companions do not notice you.
Mouth: you want to speak and-or companions communicate with you.

Mental attitudes.
your notion is neutral to opinions of people.
Eyes: your point of view is neutral to sights of people.
Mouth: your words are equivalent to assertions of people.

You are not familiar to people with whom communicate, and you do not wish to learn them.


Following 34 physiognomic symbol in gallery.
About make-up arts for cinematography and special effects in thrillers, also mimic features and avatars of computer games.