In my career as a cartoonist, I noticed something interesting.
No matter where you go on the planet, you can find a five
year old that is not only capable of drawing, but is eager to draw.
Then, they turn six.
Then, shortly after, they turn 35—and they draw like a
five-year-old. So what happened between the ages of five and six.
And why do most of us draw like we're five? The answer seems
pretty obvious, right? We stopped at the age of five.
Then we told ourselves; we weren't “born to be artists”
The years flew by. We saw others and considered them to be artists,
but they weren't artists at all. They were just continuing to draw,
while we continued to watch.
Which brings us to the conclusion that it's too late to learn
It's more than apparent that we can't draw a straight line. And if
we've waited all these years, surely it's impossible to catch up.
Surely we need to put in over 10,000 hours just to get to a level
that would impress our family and friends.
The reality is different
Since 2010, we've been conducting the cartooning course (named
after the famous Leonardo Da Vinci). And year after year, students
are amazed, even embarrassed at the attention they get after barely
six months of instruction. The reality is that you don't need to
draw straight lines at all. You draw squiggly lines, “circly”
circles and in a short while you're creating art.
But this isn't about art…
It isn't about your blog, or drawing cartoons for your books and
presentations. It isn't even about impressing your family. This is
about achieving what seems like the impossible.
We've gone much too far believing in the concept of inborn talent
Since 2010, we've had over 197 clients who've suspended that
the idea of “inborn talent” and trusted the Psychotactics system.
And they've changed the way they look at themselves.
Would you like to get out of your comfort zone and get into the fun
Would you like a challenge that enables you to release that
creativity you're not sure about?
Would you like to be five again?
As they say, “the proof of the pudding is in the eating”.
Judge for yourself at: https://www.psychotactics.com/davinci