is drawing to work out your ideas. Getting your ideas, thoughts,
feelings out of your head and onto paper. These drawings are personal,
they don't have to be for anyone but you. These images can be
fast, messy, temporary.
is observing and making a drawing look like the object or subject
you're drawing. I.e. The zebra that looks like a zebra. Even within
that objective, there's a million styles, ways to draw that zebra.
If you want to share your zebra, please
are drawings you create to speak to a specific audience. You are
crafting a message to share. Often because these images are conveying
something specific, they need to be more refined. Get your point
is about bringing your drawing skills to a group to serve their
work. This is where graphic
facilitation lives. This is about using paper, post-it notes,
markers to do better work because you can visualize what you're
doing. The group can all be on the same page. These are works
in progress, in process.