As it happens-Sunday Chatter.

Sorry for the lack of posting yesterday. WordPress is taking April Fool’s day early. Or the proper coding is out celebrating Spring, leaving everything for the New England office.

I was at a Battle of the Bands last night (one of my next door neighbours was in a band playing), in what at one time had been a cinema/live theatre in the 30s.  Now they do concerts.  I spent a great deal of the time watching people.

Now, I could be wrong, but it seems that women are much more facially mobile than man. Their faces seem to be constantly changing. I do not want to say making faces but being ever so expressive. Men on the other hand do not seem to be.  (Yes I am making generalisations).  I am not sure why,

Which leads me to this week’s question. Do you describe your character’s facial expressions very often?


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One Response to As it happens-Sunday Chatter.

  1. skyllairae says:

    Awesome detail to consider! Thanks for the tip 🙂


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