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Re: caring about drawing


From: Patricia Knott (pknott_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Wed Jul 23 2003 - 21:08:37 PDT

This is exactly my point! Why can't we bring that spontaneity to drawing?

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> Subject: Re: caring about drawing
> I think the reason kids are more experimental with photography is
> because they get instant feedback, no huge amount of time invested like
> they have when they spend eons on a drawing. That time committment
> thing makes them uptight..."WHAT IF IT GOOF???"
> goes through their time to start over, need to be done and on
> to the next big project. I think it boils down to time. If they can
> just let go and enjoy the process the do better. And planning a photo
> is fun and can get really crazy and dramatic by manipulating light and
> camera angles. Just click, click, click away and have fun doing it!.
> Linda
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