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Upside Down Ship

Another example of fooling the brain – turn the original drawing upside down and draw the empty spaces. It’s doubtful that to keep doing this will improve my drawing, but it does show that if I draw what I see and not be influenced by my brain’s preconceived ideas (are you listening L-Brain?), then it should encourage me to look at a subject properly.

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