Confessions of a researchaholic

October 6, 2018

Seeing the trees but not the forest

Filed under: Real — liyiwei @ 9:15 am

I remember a homework assignment during my first grade asking to fill in the blank among sentences, such as: blah a piece of —- blah. For reasons I could no longer recall, I only looked at the local context but not the whole sentences, and put in answers like: a piece of mouth.
The next day, the teacher summoned me during the lunch break and asked me how come I have a piece of mouth inside my desk.

In my latest sketching, I also focused on only the local details without paying attention to the global structures to begin with.

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Practice drawing an unoccupied office floor

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