Draw a dragon? That’s easy!Posted on July 13th, 2006 No comments
In Brain Age, one of the things you are asked to do is draw things from memory without any reference. You’re just up and asked to draw a giraffe or chainsaw or rhinoceros from memory, and then you can compare what you’ve drawn with a real drawing of the item. It’s supposed to activate your pre-frontal cortex or some such.
Anyway, this morning, I was asked to draw a dragon. A dragon? That’s easy! First draw an S. Then, draw a more different S. Close it up real nice, and then add some teeth using consummate Vs. Add some legs and some wings, and …
Apparantly, that’s not what they had in mind.