- 1. Are you better at visualizing people than objects? Or worse?
What seems to be mentally different?
2. Are you better at two-dimensional objects than three-dimensional? How so?
- I tend to be better at visualizing objects rather than people. I think it's because there is so much and so many details to focus on when it comes to visualizing people. For objects I find it easier because I can think of a general picture or it may be easier because I use each of these things everyday.
3. Where do you see your image?
- I'm better at visualizing three-dimensional objects because I find it easier to see them in transition and I can flip them around in my mind.
4. Is it out in front of your eyes or back in your skull somewhere or somewhere else?
- I see my image in a general blank space as if they materialized out of thin air. Kind of a black space.
5. What is brought to bear in these instances is a keen sensitivity to a non-modular perceptivity of sense-data. Why might this be important in your field?
- They tend to be in the back of my skull somewhere or kind of in the middle of my mind. I think it's because I also visualize the space around them.
- Well if I continue with animation I might have to be able to visualize an object or person in motion. I am considering switching back to studio art and it may be necessary to visualize a person or object from different angles when I'm drawing, sculpting, or painting them.
Spring 2011 WASHers
8 years ago