What You Will Learn
Building on Recipe 1, The Brow, we will apply a Wind-up to each pose of the brow. This will add a "snap" of anticipation to each change of emotion.
Why Is This Important?
Wind-up between facial poses creates drama and impact as a face moves from one emotion to another. The face can be emphasized, "punched up", or enlivened by adding this sense of getting ready or anticipation before snapping into a new pose. This is a very subtle move, but highly effective. This skill has been used in a broader sense in the Sneeze and Throw recipes in the White Hat recipes, and now by applying Wind-up to The Brow, we up our acting abilities.