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    Dick Allgire Guest

    Default Learning How To Draw

    Most of us remote viewers are terrible at sketching what we see. One dimensional stick figures just don't cut it, so I have decided to learn how to draw. I went to an art store today and purchased a book on drawing perspectives. There are also great booklets on drawing faces, human figures, etc.

    I spent an hour today and I'm already drawing better! When you understand the concept of a horizon and vanishing point, then use a ruler, your sketches look better immediately. There are simple ways to improve your sketches. I will put this book in the HRVG library. I suggest the guild should invest in a set so we can all learn.
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    Dick Allgire Guest

    Default The Shadow Knows

    When I look on Blackboard and see a light source casting shadows in a remote viewing session, I struggle with how to draw the shadow. I finally learned how to do it.

    The angle of the shadow emanates from a point on the horizon, called "The Vanishing Point." I guess that high school geometry was good for something.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dick Allgire View Post
    When I look on Blackboard and see a light source casting shadows in a remote viewing session, I struggle with how to draw the shadow. I finally learned how to do it.

    The angle of the shadow emanates from a point on the horizon, called "The Vanishing Point." I guess that high school geometry was good for something.
    Sigh...still a task for me to work on when I get back. I was just getting good at focusing on the shadow in the ideograms and playfair for visuals. Now, I 'prolly gotta start all over! At least for a little while!

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