So I made this as a presentation for 'college' this year. It's the first time I used charcoal to draw something. The drawings with pencil seemed a lot better, and the background was a super-quick solution I came up with a few moments before the actual presentation, so it's not really what I wanted it to be.
I follow what directly translates to 'social readaptationsciences'. Our courses are mostly for helping children with all sorts of issues. Going from just parenting, growing up, learning-disabilities and different types of handicap.
We had to make a presentation about what we learned from a 'practice' course. We learned to entertain with humor, music, exercising, etc. So the principle goes like this:
We're a flat hand. The things we learn along the way will be on our minds from now on. Step by step, we learn to steady our hand. It will slowly evolve into something more sophisticated. Our hand will one day learn to walk. As if it's something more than the flathand it once was. We loosen up, and travel onwards. We don't know what will work, and what will go wrong. We just know we need to keep going. And we'll walk steadier the more we learn.
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