Another interesting description of a man I found in my book goes as follows;
'A small head with a jockey cap, a skimpy little checked jacket that was made out of air. The man was seven feet tall but very narrow in the shoulders, incredibly thin, and his face, please note, had a jeering look about it.'
To make him look 'jeering' I mad his face and feet pointy. I think there's something subconsciously 'jeering' or provoking about someone with pointed features. As if attention is being directly focused on you. For example one might feel if a question is asked it's being imposed rather than implied.