Lower third is not as important as you think

Neo

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Think about it. Many super heroes show their entire lower third and still people are clueless about their alter egos.

Batman, Flash, Green Lantern, Robin, Captain America, Daredevil, Wolverine ( in the comics), Hawkman, Green Arrow, Zorro etc.

Conclusion: People don't really associate your image with your lower third. You should concentrate in mid face, eyes, roiding, norwood etc. Forget about lower third. It's not a very memorable part of your face.
 

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just lol buddy boyo said:
extreme cope

Then explain how nobody can link their alter egos to their super hero forms ? If lower third is important, how's it not memorable ?

Batman, Flash, Green Lantern, Robin, Captain America, Daredevil, Wolverine ( in the comics), Hawkman, Green Arrow, Zorro etc. 

No fucking body realizes they're the same person as their alter egos. It's not a trait our brains are able to recall that well. It's a feature overrated by lookism.net members and despised in super heroes comics and cinema. And comics and cinema are the most redpill medias out there. Just look at those characters height, bone structure, muscle tone etc.


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strong fuking cope, lower third is what makes a man
 

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madmaxmandem said:
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A good lower third frames the face better so it compliments the midface, same with the neck for men.

When you say lower third doesn't matter you're probably referring to guys who have perfect midfaces/symmetry/features/hair/height to offset lack of lower third.

Imagine the kid below wtih a narrower lower third...


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He has a feminine midface and his lower third offset that and gave him the masculine look, now he looks too girly:

Good post, guys with feminine midfaces must have a strong/square lower third to balance out the proper mix of masculinity/feminity ie. Brad Pitt, Tom Cruise
 
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Lol at basing your theories on fictional characters  :lol:

But yeah, I think upper and middle thirds are more important than lowerthird
 

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Bones don't matter, it's all about the expression and looking cool/charismatic. I'd rather look like Sam Rockwell than any of these square-jawed goofballs.
 
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