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Posted by  Hiko Takeda AIA RIBA on June 08, 2003 at 08:39:00:

In Reply to:  WHAT ARE GOOD THINGS TO DRAW WHEN I AM YOUNG? posted by Justin Hui on May 14, 2003 at 14:57:42:

People, people, people, trees, trees, trees, anything social and horticultural - in every medium. Learn to perceive is the key. Engage brain to motor manual skills. Draw right-side up, sideways, upside-down, backwards, with left and right hands, without looking at the paper you're drawing on. Draw to "clients" sitting across you right-side up to them - effortless-extemporaneous action. All of these to build acute awareness and confidence, to become an effective pictorial story teller (of your ideas and concepts as you grow into an Architect) to rise above the mediocres who only know how to punch keyboard, move mouse, write and talk fancy. Master them all while you're young. All the best - be amongst the best, HT.

 
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