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Author:  justin [ Wed Jan 23, 2013 9:31 pm ]
Post subject:  sketch vs drawing so to sort of speak

Is S6 drawing a 'just screw it' right-the-first time drawing?

Is there matrix approved definition for sketch?

Author:  Brett Stuart [ Thu Jan 24, 2013 9:55 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: sketch vs drawing so to sort of speak

There are many stage 6 tools, one of which is drawing. Drawing in stage 6 is a kinesthetic activity. It's entirely right-brained as you feel your way around the drawing. You aren't using a set of dimensional words like in stage 3.

Not sure what you mean by "matrix approved" definition of sketch. Rephrase the question.

Author:  rvtd [ Thu Jan 24, 2013 10:47 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: sketch vs drawing so to sort of speak

Quote:
Not sure what you mean by "matrix approved" definition of sketch. Rephrase the question.


I may be able to help here. Normally a art sketch is done by moving the pencil/charcoal/pen in sketchy motions, which requires lifting the pen/pencil/charcoal from the paper in a rhythmic pattern. In remote viewing, when sketching the S3 of the site, and the S3 dimension words, sketches are sketched by placing the pen on the paper and maintaining paper contact with the pen until the sketched line is completed. Repetitively lifting the pen from the paper in a session in order to literally sketch something can actually cause a break the signal line when doing a remote viewing session.

I've noticed that sketching and drawing in art slightly differs from sketching and drawing in remote viewing sessions. Artists beware.

Author:  RVRobot [ Fri Jan 25, 2013 11:34 am ]
Post subject:  Re: sketch vs drawing so to sort of speak

In RV terminology, the S3 is considered a sketch and the common S6 method is considered a drawing.

However, as bstuart pointed out, there are other S6 tools besides drawing.

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