Thursday, April 14, 2016

Someone asked why I consider the eyes a match when the quality of the images is so poor, and in one case, the man is wearing dark glasses. But, despite the glasses, you can actually see his eyes better than the other guy's. 

Granted, the quality of the images is poor. But, we have to do the best we can with what we've got. I would describe his eyes as "slitty." By that I mean that they are wider than they are high. You can see that on both in comparison to Oswald. 

It is an effect produced not only by the shape of the eyeball but what he is doing with his eyelids and the tissues below his eyes. Here is a comparison to the modern Rafael, whose eyes are also slitty.

Here is the middle Rafael with fill light.

Slitty eyes. Much wider than they are high. That's how he was, and that's how he is. 

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