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Posts Tagged ‘Hierarchy’
Fear of Failure: learning from mistakes!
Fear of Failure: learning from mistakes!

You will never get better, unless you make mistakes. So this comes up often in my class, it’s a universal obstacle to learning, and improving rapidly. This often leads to a lot of cautious, stiff, even scratchy lines when we draw too. The hesitation, not trusting your hand to do the thing, worry. It doesn’t really help does […]

Deliberate Practice
Deliberate Practice

What is the best way to practice a skill? The method behind the madness of Dynamic Drawing as I teach it is an attempt to address that in a lot of ways. First, check fear at the door. Since I read Dune as a kid I’ve had a litany against fear, used for dealing with […]

Order & Chaos
Order & Chaos

Craft is when we do something well, knowledgeably. We all recognize it. It gets called talent a lot but in truth it’s always the result of practice. The application of craft.

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