old dog, new tricks

I've never been good at drawing, since elementary school. Whatever happened but I lost all my interest in drawing, crayons or pencils. That said, it is equally appealing to admit that I want to start drawing. Again.

Joi Ito has a post that says

Betty Edwards starts out explaining that drawing is like reading and writing for the right hemisphere of the brain. The right brain deals with spacial and relationship oriented things and is good at dealing with chaos and complexity. She explains that people who are "not good at drawing" typically have strong left brain tendencies which often prevents the right brain from taking charge of drawing. Read on.

After all, who said you can't teach old dog new tricks?


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