God the Father is a pure spirit, which means He has no body. I cannot describe then what He "looks like," because that phrase assumes God the Father has a body like ours that we could "look at". Because it is hard for us to think of being without a body, God has given us images or descriptions of Himself that help us picture what He is like. For example, we can think of God as a loving Father who cares for and cherishes His children. The best "picture" of God, however, is Jesus Himself, who said, "Whoever has seen me has seen the Father". As God the Son, Jesus showed us what God the Father is like. He also showed us the Father's perfect love by teaching people, healing the sick, forgiving sins, and, most of all, dying for our sins on the cross. Jesus promised us that if we love God, one day we will see Him in the beatific vision, which means that our hearts and minds will be perfectly united with God. In this "vision of God," we will be completely happy and at peace: We will want nothing.
God does not have a physical appearance as such. He most often appeared as a brilliant light in the Bible and as a form of fire or smoke next most often but He also took the form of a dove, a man (Jesus), and possibly a ram and a donkey as well.
Exodus 24:9-11, 33 and Exodus 11:23 are accounts of ones who reported seeing God. Their descriptions of Him include face, feet, hands, and back parts. Isaiah (Isaiah 6:1,5) stated he saw God. Stephen (Acts 7:56) reported seeing Jesus and God as two separate beings. When Jesus appeared to His apostles following His resurrection, He told them to "Handle me and see, for a spirit hath not flesh and bones as ye see me have." He also ate fish and honeycomb. If Jesus, both as a God and resurrected Being, had a body that could be both seen (recognized) and touched, would He then have to be "unresurrected" to become a spirit that could not be seen? Also if God had the features that those who saw Him reported, what did He do, adopt a form with features similar to humans, be seen, and then change back to an invisible spirit? When I read some of the answers to the initial question asked, they seem to be implying just this.
At Exodus 33:20 it says And he added:" You are not able to see my face, because no man may see me and yet live." Also at John 1:18 it says "No man has seen God at any time; the only-begotten god who is in the bosom position with the Father is the one that has explained him"(That only-begotten god that this verse is speaking of is Jesus of course) One last scripture that i think might help answer your question is at 1John 4:12a "At no time has anyone beheld God." I hoped that helped!:)