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  1. Caelix3

    Flat affect?

    I don't know if it is a autism thing or more of a depression thing. But I constantly get told I have a flat affect. Today in a meeting at Adult prep program, one of the teachers said I tend to have a flat affect. Which makes me hard to read. That I need to show a face reflecting how I'm feeling...
  2. SalanaEiyungAisis

    Check out this Face Chart, it's wonderful!

    My dear friends, I think I found the solution of our problem reading facial expressions!:smile: It is a wonderful, complete face chart found on deviantArt to help drawing facial expressions properly, but it is wonderfully made in all the little details it points out! Please, have a look...
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