Everything comes out as a cliché.
An overly familiar face says little other than, “this is what a face is supposed to look like.”
My meditation focuses on questions: What are the pieces that make up this familiar face? What does an eye look like? What does MY eye look like? What about a nose or an eyebrow or an ear?
The mental distraction of what I think a face should look like, gets in the way of drawing what MY face really looks like.
This post is by Kaitlin Fitzmahan.
My challenge to myself – and I now extend to you all – is to LOOK. Really LOOK at who you are and not who you think you are.
Perception versus reality – is there a difference?
I don’t know, but I’m curious to explore.