21 Oct 2021

Intense Expressions in Charcoal Drawings

Looks that speak though charcoal drawings, even if words don't.

The following art is the work of Artist Shaoli.

When silent movies were a thing, subtitles were there in place of the spoken word. Actors felt they had to emote so much more to convey the feelings experienced in the situation. Giving rise to exaggerated expressions.

The beauty of expressions, is they can be noticeable even if subtle. The same way you don't need someone shouting when they are standing right next to you, a whisper will do.

Expressions are a language of their own; in many of us, they don't go through our brains filter as rigorously as our words do. So learn the language and you will receive much more information in your conversations.

Ps. I gave the images some titles.
What goes up, must come down.
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Hope that help is on its way.
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Unsure about what to think about the play.
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Not convinced with that explanation.
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Incredulity and surprise.
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Following the twists and turns of an engaging story.
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Trying to hit that high note.
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Expressing vulnerability.
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A serious look.
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Attentive audience.
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A sudden pleasant thought.
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Waiting for the punchline to a funny joke.
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