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mASF post by "mag***e@my***.com[ ? ]"
posted on: USENet: newsgroup, December 12, 2000

In article <3A4***2@ao***.com[ ? ]>,
[email protected] wrote:

> I think in the past I
> recommended a couple of non-seduction specific books which not only
> provide a means to learn how to draw or appreciate art but also to get
> into states where you can "awaken" the right brain.
> "Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain" by Dr. Betty Edwards
> "Drawing on the Artist Within" also by Dr. Betty Edwards
> For example, one excercise in learning how to draw from life is to
> at the inverse silhouette (negative space) of an object. A vase with
> flowers, for example. Instead of looking at the vase and the flowers
> and drawing *THAT* on your sketch pad, look at the inverse silhouetted
> shapes (the open air) between those things. Look at the various
> and curves created in the negative space and their distance
> relationships to each other. After a little while, once you are in
> "right brain" zone, you will stop seeing a vase with flowers and
> see all the interesting shapes and lines and colors that make up the
> visual image in front of you.
> In fact, that's what I think a bunch of guys here should try and
> back on. I'm REALLY curious how well people can understand this
> concept. Here's the excercise (should only take 10-20 minutes):


Could you draw a couple of things like that and post them somewhere?
Or at least provide references for known artistic drawings which would
be good examples. For people who are far from arts like myself it is
pretty difficult to understand what you're refering to because there is
no prior experience with these sort of things.

Recently I've been trying to get in touch with my artistic half of the
brain and I think your exercise might be useful. I would say that my
logical half is pretty well developed, but it was not meant to do some
things which are more natural for the artistic half. So trying to use
the former instead of the latter feels like a lot of work (and it is!)
and finding ways to balance the load is paramount to me.

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