“Where’s Ball?” Some thoughts on the limits of language and developing visual thinking skills.

From April 23 to May 22, I’m posting a hand drawn visual every day on Twitter. I would generally describe myself as someone who can’t draw. That said, I want to develop my visual thinking skills and drawing skills. The only way to get better at something is to practice — and so I’ll just share my practice, no matter how bad I think it might be with the world via the Internet.

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I am a world traveler, part-time road warrior, and home body all wrapped up in one gadget-loving package. Writer, photographer, chef, and aspiring artist.

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I am a world traveler, part-time road warrior, and home body all wrapped up in one gadget-loving package. Writer, photographer, chef, and aspiring artist.

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