This research examines Thomas Hardy’s multi-thematic novel Far from the Madding Crowd based on its artistic techniques and characters’ mobility. Hardy’s novel revolves around serious human values and virtues such as love, marriage, socialization, and naturalization. Such thematic values are basic themes that this paper explores their aesthetic techniques. Meanwhile, the paper tries to interpret Hardy's novel in the light of concepts of thematization and characterization, which trace the mentalities and consciousness of his major characters in the intended narrative. Hardy’s artistic vision towards male and female characters is the center of this paper, for both genders undergo various stages of transformation based on each character’s dreams, expectations, desires, and hopes. The robust characterization of males and females is strikingly sketched in Far from the Madding Crowd. Hardy’s characters’ mobility largely depends on their rooted visions and fragmented expectations; they undergo various phases of vicissitudes in their life scheme. Hardy presents his characters who are controlled by inevitable factors and conflicts with both nature and society.