A quick visualization learned from reading Dan Roam's Draw to Win.
I'm currently reading Dan Roam's latest publication, Draw to Win: A crash course on how to lead, sell, and innovate with your visual mind. I really enjoyed his previous books and already am enjoying this one. Below is a video of the author promoting the book.
I'm working with several ADEs on a multitouch book called 'Sketchnoting for Teaching and Learning.' We're in the final throes of getting it revised and ready for download (hopefully next month).
This an extended version of something that is mostly iPad instruments with a couple of live guitars on top.
A video being produced in support of an online class we are planning to offer with Global Online Academy.
I was looking for tutorial videos about making interesting 3D lettering and stumbled upon a video about overhead view perspective drawing. I decided to give it a shot in EE. Sped up video is below (I missed recording part of it).
Following a mention by Seth Godin in Tim Ferris' podcast, I am giving the audiobook version of David Graeber's Debt: The first 5000 years a listen. It's certainly interesting, but not knowing much about the author before and then looking to find out more about him, I have more recently learned that there is a whole realm of provoking perspectives and thinking behind, around, and ahead of his work. Here is a conversation between Brian Eno and David Graeber.
I created a short trace-animation, sped it up 2x, and set it to a tune I was working on last week. I am working zoomed in the entire time until the whole image is revealed at the end for a moment.
Here is a new extended track based on something that was originally quite arhythmic.
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