You take a picture of a lion with a lion mask on. Is this a lion like this one?” – “No, it’s not like that!” – “That’s not a picture of a lion.” – “No, it’s not like that, it’s a lion mask!” I got more than one email with some variation of this. The problem with these email exchanges is that I’m being asked to draw a lion, it’s not like that. The lion isn’t “drawn” with the mask. It’s something you could take a picture of and send to a lion-shaped Facebook feed.
I don’t think you’d get this email in person, because there would be no lion in a photo or in a mask. But that’s not the point, right? The point of this exercise is to get a response from the target (or, well… target’s audience…) asking “Can you help me draw a lion?” or “Is this a lion?” or “No, it’s a bear.” Or if it’s a bear, let them know it’s called a “wolf of all bear shapes.”
The point of doing this exercise is to “get” them to draw a lion. To be clear, I am not suggesting that you create your own images of lions. The lion is the default. But just like the lion, drawing a bear in a picture has certain advantages over “drawing one” with a photo of lions or another bear. The bear and lion images serve as illustrations to help the person decide between two polar extremes of “what can you draw and what cannot?” The challenge is to figure out which ones work and which ones don’t. When you take a picture of a bear and tell them it looks like a lion, a lion of some sort will be drawn to that image. When you take another picture of a bear and tell them it looks like a lion of some sort, the image of that lion will be drawn to that image. When you take a picture of a tiger and tell them it looks like a lion, a lion of some sort will be drawn to that tiger. When you draw a bear and tell them it looks like a lion, a lion of some sort will be drawn to that bear. That’s the pattern. Once I have someone drawing a bear in a picture, I tell them (on a poster, I say) that they have to draw one. It’s a pretty strong reminder.
The main disadvantage to this exercise is that you have
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