Monday, January 12, 2015

The Basic Principles of Human Art

The methods of Human Art are based on proven principles of art, design, color and psychology. They draw connections between our physical features, or what can be observed, and our personality and thought process. 

The main principles used in observation are:

Color: Refers to the colors on a color wheel a person relates to (i.e. pure color, pastels, etc.), as well as contrast (light to dark).

Line: When observing bone structure, what types of lines are seen? Parallel, curves, angles, circles, etc. May also be observed in the way a person stands and moves.

Sound: This refers to a person’s volume (loud, soft, something in between), as well as the way that sound comes across (is it fast, animated, deliberate, calm?).

Movement:  They way a person walks, sits, gestures, etc. Observe whether they are still, bouncy, graceful, etc.



Through years of research and observation, Human Art has discovered how the different elements of these principles cluster together and teach us things about an individual. Based on these observations, Human Art has identified four personality types, know as designs or harmonies. Named for the color wheels they relate to, each individual is a unique combination, or equation, of these four harmonies. 

Click Here to learn more about the Four Harmonies 

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