spatial patterns of human bodies

fine arts in view of drawing

beauty contests of female bodies
height of a human stature
harmonious ratios of golden section
proportional spatial ratios in drawings

Page 5.

esoteric geometry of global space
transformations of physic body
variants of patterns for drawings
ideal female figures

perspectives of poses for fashion designers of fashionable clothes  

Ideal patterns of a body for fine arts and design.
The fifth page shows ideal patterns of somatic forms and shapes according to lateral perspectives and non-standard variants of spatial poses or positions of human bodies in geometrical space of phantom linear networks of heptagonal figures.

The information on patterns and perspectives of ideal human bodies can be considered in the fine arts in view of drawing geometrical compositions of modern painting or proportional figures in erotic pictures, and also in graphical designing of spatial harmony of art forms and visual aesthetic proportions of body shapes.
Or geometrical patterns of ideal bodies and spatial perspectives of poses can be interesting to fashion designers of fashionable clothes, and also in view of sports trainings in bodybuilding and shaping.


Ideal patterns of human shapes for fine arts.
Spatial poses and proportions of bodies.

In geometrical linear crossings of heptagon and diheptagon it is possible to construct proportional patterns of ideal human bodies not only in frontal face-to-face projections, that is told on the first page in this section of website, but also in lateral projections or otherwise to tell perspectives. In both cases linear networks of heptagon and derivative heptagonal geometrical figures are parameters of mathematical ratios and proportions which correspond to ideal measurements and sizes of body shapes, that is shown on drawing plans.

proportional patterns and shapes of ideal human bodies for fine arts outlines of mathematical ratios and proportions of ideal corporal shapes

The left plan shows two human figures which correspond to geometrical patterns of ideal proportions of body shapes.
Both figures can correspond to proportions of male and female bodies, namely actual somatic parameters have no basic sexual distinctions. But yellow figure has the high waistline and not big buttocks, and grey figure has low waist and big buttocks, that can be considered as attributes of proportional features in male and female body shapes.
The right plan too shows two yellow and grey human figures which correspond to geometrical patterns of ideal corporal shapes, but each figure corresponds with proportions of a female body.
The shown four figures have different outlines, but in any case they are geometrical patterns according to which in view of fine arts it is possible to draw images or pictures of human bodies with ideal sizes of mathematical ratios and proportions, as drawings will correspond to measurements of the diheptagonal linear network.
The shown patterns are elementary as outlines allow to calculate only key lines of the thigh (hips) and trunk, but diheptagonal linear network can be united with lines of quadraheptagonal network and then in view of fine arts it is possible to calculate and draw more complex outlines of body shapes in lateral or face-to-face geometrical projections, that is shown on following plans.

proportional body positions for modern dances and ballet performances modules of proportional sizes in figures for fashion shows


The left plan shows an ideal pattern of human figure according to lines of diheptagonal network, but outlines of one hand are calculated according to quadraheptagonal linear network, that is shown by red line OM. Namely point M corresponds with geometry of diheptagon, and point O corresponds to geometrical measurements of quadraheptagon which actually is connection of two diheptagons or four heptagons.
The right plan shows a similar ideal pattern of bodily human figure which has other position in space of quadraheptagonal linear network but consists of same geometrical modules which are shown by thick lines.
The module of trunk in the left plan is formed by crossing of lines IB-FA-BK-AH of diheptagonal network, and this module in the right plan is formed by crossing of lines RP-FO-PJ-OQ which correspond with the linear network of quadraheptagonal geometrical figure.
More complex crossings of lines in quadraheptagonal network allow in view of fine arts to draw more various positions of proportional patterns of human bodies in space.
Pay attention that modules of trunk in the left and right plans have different vertical sizes, and consequently the right pattern can be considered as a body which is inclined forward or back, as physical inclination of corporal shapes reduces the visible vertical size.
If linear crossings of two or four heptagons are insufficient for calculations and drawing of ideal corporal proportions of geometrical positions or spatial poses of human bodies in view of fine arts then it is possible to use in addition the triheptagonal linear network, that is shown on following plans.

ideal proportions of human figures and geometrical poses of a body modules of ideal female bodies for photographic studios


Left plan shows the pattern of ideal human figure in which the module of trunk is formed by linear crossing AO-KC-FA-BK where lines KC-FA-BK correspond with diheptagonal network, and red line AO corresponds to geometrical combination of linear networks of diheptagon and triheptagon. Namely the point O is belong to triheptagon, and  measurements of two linear networks are connected in the point A.
And also in points K and C on the left plan there is connection of two of diheptagonal and triheptagonal linear networks, or otherwise to tell union of two geometrical systems.
Right plan shows the pattern of ideal body figure in which the module of trunk is formed by lines OG-JB-DN-BL where JB-DN-BL correspond with the diheptagonal network system, and red line OG in addition corresponds with geometry of triheptagon and quadraheptagon. Namely the point O is one of angles in quadraheptagon, and angles of linear systems of diheptagon and triheptagon are connected in the point G.
The left pattern in view of fine arts allows to calculate and draw somatic shapes in which trunk has turn to the right, and hips have turn to the left. Namely modules of the thigh and trunk in space of geometrical linear systems have positions or poses according to which corporal proportions correspond to different orientations of bottom and top body halves.
The right pattern allows to do drawing of a human figure in which vertical balance of body shapes has inclination to the right, and also trunk has similar turn.
In a similar way within various heptagonal linear networks it is possible to calculate ideal patterns of human bodies and to do drawings of proportional figures of men or women. And also it is possible to measure correct geometrical positions and spatial poses of human bodies in a context of fine arts or aesthetic design. And also in the industry of a fashion and modeling of clothes, or in bodybuilding and shaping.
In particular it is possible to calculate correct spatial poses and perspectives of female and male human bodies at bodybuilding and shaping competitions. Or poses of girl bodies at beauty contests, and also correct proportional movements of top models on podiums during fashion show demonstrations of wear collections.
Or it is possible to measure correct positions and perspectives of a body in photos when top models pose for cameras and show clothes for fashion magazines, that can be interesting not only to wear designers but also in modeling agencies and photographic studios, if to consider photo art as aesthetic harmony of geometrical figures and shapes which influence visual perception and impressions of people.
Or according to ideal patterns of body shapes and various poses of bodies in space of geometrical polygons it is possible to create scenography of modern dances and ballet performances. Namely ballet masters and stage managers can consider spatial positions of ideal patterns and poses of human bodies in linear networks of geometrical figures to create modern ballets and dancing shows.

The following page results calculations and geometrical measurements of real human bodies which differ from ideal patterns of heptagonal linear networks.

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