Physiognomy of symbolical emotions.
Hexagram of the canon of changes YiKing 39.
If you are make-up artist or designer of decoration and special effects at
television or motion-picture business then you can create sham armors of knights and clothes of
fine ladyloves, or fictive suits and costume masks of other heroic characters or
lay figures in fiction video films and cinema movies according to hexagrams of
the canon of changes Yi King and physiognomic symbols of human emotions of this
gallery. Namely outlines and forms of sham chivalrous armors, and in particular
design of facial features of fighting helmets with visors on faces of
cinematographic or television heroic characters can be similar to the shown
symbols of emotions.
And also physiognomies and prosthetic makeup of humanoid robots or otherwise to tell facial expressions of anthropomorphic androids in fiction motion pictures of cinema and video films of entertaining television can be similar to features of a human face, namely can have outlines comparable to the shown symbolical emotions.
Emotions of social relationships.
Eyebrows: individual mind subordinates to public consciousness.
Eyes: personal volition subordinates to collective will.
Mouth: private needs correspond with requirements of society.
Needs of a man or woman are identified with requirements of society, but public consciousness and corporative will prevail of individual mind and personal volition.
Personal mutual relations.
Eyebrows: you do not realize people and-or companions disagree with you.
Eyes: you do not wish to see people and-or companions do not need your presence.
Mouth: you want to speak and-or companions communicate with you.
Eyebrows: your notion is caused by opinions of people.
Eyes: your point of view is caused by sights of people.
Mouth: your words are equivalent to assertions of people.
People communicate with you, but do not wish to understand you and deny your presence.
Following 40 physiognomic symbol in gallery.
About makeup of humanoid robots and sham masks of heroic characters in fiction films, also androids in motion pictures and design of motor cars.