Mastering Body Language

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  1. Character Expression: Use body language to reflect your character’s personality and emotions. A slouched posture may convey defeat, while a confident stance exudes strength. Align your body language with the character’s traits and journey.

  2. Physicality in Movement: Pay attention to how your character moves. Differentiate movement patterns based on age, occupation, and emotions. A dancer’s grace or a laborer’s rugged gait can offer valuable insights into character development.

  3. Eye Contact: Master the art of eye contact to convey sincerity, authority, vulnerability, or deceit. Adjust your gaze based on the scene’s context and your character’s intentions.

  4. Spatial Awareness: Understand how your character occupies space. Whether dominating a room or shrinking into the background, spatial awareness enhances the authenticity of your performance.

  5. Physical Subtext: Utilize subtle gestures and touches to convey hidden emotions or intentions. A gentle touch may reveal affection, while a clenched fist can signify tension or anger.

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