The human face is based on Phi and Golden Ratio proportions. The human face abounds with examples of the Golden Ratio, also known as the Golden Section or Divine Proportion. We’ll use a succession of golden ratios to create a golden ruler to understand design in the face:Author: Gary Meisner.
Jul 07, 2014 · Golden ratios / Divine proportions appear in Renaissance art in paintings of religious importance. Da Vinci’s use of the Divine proportion is evident in some of his own works, even before his collaboration with Pacioli.Author: Gary Meisner.
(See Facial attractiveness: evolutionary based research.) Our attraction to another person's body increases if that body is symmetrical and in proportion. Likewise, if a face is in proportion, we are more likely to notice it and find it beautiful. Scientists believe that .