Today, we are learning to draw.

DON’T PANIC!

If you are not good at drawing, it might even be helpful. In this case, we are just using simple graphics to help you think clearly.

Warm Up

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Draw squares, rectangles, triangles. Repeat 2-3 times.

Remember to close the gaps carefully.

Please pause and try it yourself.

More Exercise

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Draw block arrows and five point stars.

Please pause and try it yourself.

Drawing People
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If you can draw simple stick figures, it’s great. Let’s try a new one- a star person.

Adjusting the size and gestures, and you can draw a family!

Add props and draw different types of people, such as a boss and an investor.

Family Tree

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Exercise:

Draw your family tree with star people. You may add one prop to each person. Keep it simple and clear.

External Resources
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Check out thenounproject.com and learn to draw basic elects, like circles, squares, etc.

You can use basic elements to construct more shapes, and make your notes interesting.

You can construct a more complex shape, such as cell phone, office, mountain, and challenge.

Be Literal

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Also, avoid stereotyping when you draw people and use political correct language. Just remember to be literal.

For example, when you draw a road map, draw an actual road.

MODULE 6 — VISUAL RESUME

 

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