Finally got around to doing this
It has been a while since I really drew something. With 2 kids in the house there is no dearth of medium, at least I get plenty of oil pastels to waste donated by the kids.
So here is some I did except for the line arts, all else is done during this lockdown period. I am not just happy, some of the training from Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain by Betty Edwards has been retained tacitly without my being aware of it.
So overall the experience in this set has been therapeutic, especially with no intoxicants during the period. Finally some detox and art.
அவசரமாக கதவை திறந்து ஓடியதில்
பக்கத்து ரூம் விளக்கும் அணைந்தது
எங்கும் நிழல் பூரணமாய்
Don’t do anything today if it can be done tomorrow
Don’t do it, if someone else can do it better…claim that you can do better things especially when those better things are not needed
Don’t do simple tasks, while it is cheap and efficient… Start trying only after it gets dynamic, complicated, costly and inefficient
Don’t try doing anything alone…and coordinate with at least two busy others, around when/where/how to do, till everyone gives up trying, even to coordinate
Start with principle 1 on the new task, and claim expertise in multi-tasking
Addendum: there was a sixth principle in contention that all above 5 principles work only with tasks that have a compelling reason/objective/vision for gen-z. from my experience reasons are immaterial ab initio.
Empowered here specifically means do whatever in the name of innovation with no support given as money, manpower, useful quick decisions, etc…, and if it does accomplish anything meaningful that is worthy of a press release, sponsor will come pose for a photo with the innovator and talk about the same fantasies and mention ideas that are actively being developed to make the fantasies more real…
Closely related to the idea of innovation as a skill to sell old ideas to older people…especially if they have a budget and some fantasy