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Post question about s6 process...
Ed Dames wrote:
You'll need two sheets of paper: one is your S6 worksheet (the one that you draw upon) and the other is a S6 template, upon which you write the newly arising word-ideas. The S6 template has the same columns as the S4 template.

If you are working with modelling compound, instead of a S6 worksheet, you'll require the S6 template, as well.


this is ed's post to S6 process...
i can assume that in s6, after analysis(40mins later)
we need two sheets of paper...
first,one is s6 worksheet for drawing...
second,the others is s6 template like s4 as ed said above...
and which one is first??first drawing or second s6 template...
sometimes i found out some rv pro's in upper s6 paper...
they marked s6[1]like this...
"[1]"means just pointing the analytical sketch aspect on S.T???

the reason why i ask this is even though i bought Master tips seminar dvd...
there were no explanations about s6 in detail...
i want to know exact process in s6....
help me rv pros....
and thanks......


Thu May 02, 2013 3:30 pm
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Post Re: question about s6 process...
This is typically taught during 1x1 advanced training. But here is the cliff-notes version of how a S6 drawing is performed.

-Mark [1] (element one) on something you wish to explore on the ST.
-Create the templates as described
-Briefly touch your pen on the [1] on the ST to prompt unconscious then begin your S6 drawing
-If you begin to stall out while drawing, or if unconscious delivers descriptor terms switch over to the S4/S6 template and record any descriptors that enter awareness
-Return to producing your drawing, repeat as necessary
-Those new to S6 can stay in the S6 protocol for only a few minutes. Advanced viewers can continue for much longer before saturating

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thanks...


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Post Re: question about s6 process...
hi..RVrobot...
i come to have a question while drawing....
when i draw in s6[1],[2]..whatever...
should i have connected separated drawing full of paper??
because judging from rv pro's s6 in posting here,
they used to draw one object roughly in s6[1]

which is correct???


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Thu May 09, 2013 9:42 am
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If I understand the question properly, each element ([1], [2], etc) gets its own page.

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