Some people have the idea that the
only correct way to draw is in a realistic fashion.
That idea is thrown out as soon as the class begins. The first
lessons deal with what we all did when we started to draw.
We scribbled. Then, we doodled. Finally, we move on
to both structural and nonstructural abstract chalk drawings.
When you doodle or scribble you can't do
anything wrong. When the pressure of doing something "right"
is removed, the whole process is so much more fun.
2000, revised 2012 by Phillip Martin
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