Have you ever noticed that the face of the bad guy in the movie always has sharp edges, while the lovable characters have a very round facial structure (to the point of likability)? It is the visual arts that filmmakers like Disney and many others use to make us fall in love with lovable and lovable characters, and at the same time make us even more hateful of villains. the other side is better.
Typically, you can see Darth Vader’s face in Star Wars or Maleficent’s face in Sleeping Princess “angled”, while the bear Baloo in The Jungle Book draws entirely in circles, from the fat belly stretch to face.
Three typical shapes in cinema: Round – Square – Triangle.
Why do bad guys always have those “edges”? This is because the human brain considers such shapes as dangerous (for example, sharp knives, table corners, and the like). In addition, our brains also define different meanings with different geometrical combinations, such as: an image with a circle in the middle creates the feeling of tracking (image similar to a camera) or interwoven stripes and stripes suggest that the character is in a certain position.
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