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Anna Debenham
One of the best pieces of advice was from my Year Two teacher, on how to draw a bicycle: "Spend twice as much time _looking_ at it than drawing it". I apply that to so many areas. More time listening than talking. More observing than doing. The outcome will always be better.
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💖Taudry Hepburn💖 Jul 2
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"Measure twice, cut once" had wider applicability than it first appears!
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Daniel Schildt Jul 2
More time spent following where the industry is going instead of blindly trying to figure out how to solve problems.
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Anna Debenham Jul 2
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Thanks, Mr Silver. Hope you're still giving out that great advice. And sorry for using your shirt as a handkerchief on multiple occasions.
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Aaron Jul 2
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This concept comes up in the book Zig Zag. Such a great lesson!
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Ben Clarke Jul 2
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Bang on
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Carlos V Jul 3
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In the Army they say "measure twice, cut once"
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Frank Juval Aug 1
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It's one of the first things I was taught in art school. Draw what you *see* not what you know.
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