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Honor awkwardness: Engaging your brain

Honor awkwardness: Engaging your brain: Creative Exercises to Spark Original Thinking
Honor awkwardness: Engaging your brain: Creative Exercises to Spark Original Thinking

This activity uses a red crayon and white paper. In this video, you draw an object with your non-dominant hand. Using your non-dominant hand to draw with a childhood tool like a crayon activates your brain in a way that is very different than the control and formality of a classic drawing tool. Striving for some sort of accuracy or perfection is impossible and the awkwardness of the results are always more expressive.

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Design Illustration Drawing

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