Articulated manga-style mannekin →
When released in 2010, the price will be about 18,000 Yen (US$200).
Researchers discover new 'golden ratios' for... →
Pamela Pallett and Stephen Link of UC San Diego and Kang Lee of the University of Toronto tested the existence of an ideal facial feature arrangement. They successfully identified the optimal relation between the eyes, the mouth and the edge of the face for individual beauty. In four separate experiments, the researchers asked university students to make paired comparisons of attractiveness...
Today is Forever, by Julian Hillis →
“If there are places left where a man can grow old contentedly, it is on some such quiet, drowsy atoll, where today is forever and tomorrow never comes; where men live and die, feast and sorrow, while the winds and the waves play over wet sands and gleaming reefs.” — Julian Hillas (aka Julian Dashwood)
Surviving a boring meeting
Study the faces of the people talking. Look at the angles of all their facial features. Compare how far the various parts of the profile stick out. Create the planes of the head. Look at the highlights and the shadows. Study the silhouette. Compare ears.