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Re: What causes Low-Ability in Drawing?


Date: Fri Aug 03 2001 - 08:42:32 PDT

Couldn't agree with you more! I always tell the kids that " drawing begins
with SEE " and they naturally correct me and say "NO! It begins with D!"
... then the explanation begins. I tell them not to trust their memory,
there are too many things stored there.... just LOOK! Blind contours are a
great way to reinforce this and drwaing without picking up the pencil.
Robin in PA