Oil Painting Sketching They say when infants or young children fall down, they look up to their mother or father, to see how she or he reacts. More often than not, a parent will have an anxious and frightened facial expression—"Oh no, my baby is hurt! Yet, if the parent is cool and collected—"Oh it's just a little scratch, you're a brave kid. The same rule applies to art. Although art in and of itself is subjective, we react based on the image the artist reveals to us, especially when it comes to clear and strong facial expressions.
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Eye contact A person's face, especially their eyes, creates the most obvious and immediate cues that lead to the formation of impressions. A person's eyes reveal much about how they are feeling, or what they are thinking. Blink rate can reveal how nervous or at ease a person may be. Research by Boston College professor Joe Tecce suggests that stress levels are revealed by blink rates. He supports his data with statistics on the relation between the blink rates of presidential candidates and their success in their races. Tecce claims that the faster blinker in the presidential debates has lost every election since
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