One of the screener questions used in the pre autism diagnosis questionnaire is whether you're a big picture or a small details person. I have no idea how to answer that question. As I'm sure I've written before (although I can't put my cursor on where or when to link) when I was a systems … [Read more...] about Big details, small picture.
I've a little moleskine book I've been drawing in for some time now. It's easy to look back and see how much I've improved. Noses are still difficult, but I'm getting proportions of faces better I think. There's starting to be expression in the eyes - or am I looking at it too … [Read more...] about Sketching.
To me. (I can't define it for anyone else. And if you don't experience it, you do NOT get to define it for us or to draw us as suffering monsters. If you could refrain from that, that would be nice?) Back to me. Actually I think you *can* see it in my face. It's that little worry line … [Read more...] about What Autism is
That's a big word for splitting yourself up into lots of different pieces isn't it? Tell you one thing, I'm going to have to get a whole lot more organised. Hm. Anyway, I've launched the new reviews/competitions/money making/money saving site over at Not Just Kids Stuff. There's a Shopkins … [Read more...] about Diversification.
As I mentioned a while ago, (dear 15 year old me) I have spent most of my life convinced I couldn't draw. When I took up photography a while back, I started seeing things differently. And then I started drawing. To begin with, I wasn't quite sure what to do, or what I was interested in drawing, … [Read more...] about Learning to draw: my journey so far.