Visual thinking practice: Expressing emotion


"Visual thinking is the practice of using pictures (the viewing of pictures
and the making of pictures) to enhance your ability to solve problems, think
about complex issues and communicate effectively. 

Are you ready to work on your visual thinking skills? You don’t have to be
an artist. Pick up a pen or pencil and try the following exercise.
The face is the most instantaneous and recognizable way human beings
communicate their emotional state. Drawing facial expressions can help you
understand them better, and also will enhance your observation and visual
communication skills…"

Dave Gray
Communication Nation

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