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Its six months since I started my training and I 've noticed that my completed site templates still consist of a mass of basic geometrical shapes and dont resemble anything where as other peoples depict easily identifiable structures, people etc.
Is this somthing I should be concerned about? or just a matter of practice practice


Wed Aug 08, 2007 9:36 am
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Most likely the problem exists when transferring the S2 dimension descriptors to the S3 analytical sketch. Can you post a session for review?

Also, get the book 'Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain' by Betty Edwards. It will help you in S3 and S6.


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Also, some viewers are moving beyond the S.T. and posting Stage 6 work.

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Thanks for the reply, I will post my last session tomorrow if you dont mind having a look over it.
As for S6, way beyond me at the moment.


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S3(A): 'huge' not sketched

S3(B): 'thick' not sketched

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What was the target reference material or cue?

I'll take a closer look in a moment.


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Comments In Addition:

P1: Don't put a / between the TRNs. Put the first quartet on one line, the second on the next (for convention).

P6: I think you're making that ideogram too slowly


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Sorry,this was the target

http://i101.photobucket.com/albums/m71/ ... 6-4190.jpg


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Clay,

I would suggest that the reason your S3's analytical sketches are simple primitives is because you need more dimensional data. Before I slammed into the learning-curve wall I was getting on the order of at least 10 to 20 dimensional percepts, that really improved my analytical sketches and in turn my ST's which of course made it very easy to see that I was on target.

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Thanks for your input folks.


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