Uploaded to Reddit as “Insecure knight”.
Isn’t it interesting how we can get that impression / assumption from a lifeless object?
All because body language.
Insecure body language
That’s basically what this human-shaped figure conveys.
When we think of a knight, first think we imagine is a man with a defying and confident posture, maybe even intimidating.
On this “insecure knight” example above, we see t he total opposite.
The light touch of fingertips as he holds his hans close together, slouched shoulders, crooked/awkward feet position, semi-leaning in… as if he is asking for acceptance, forgiveness.
Now, still don’t think body language is an important subconscious way of communication?
Then think again.