Chorégraphie de la Main or Choreography of the Hand.
What is sketching if not the choreographing of movement for the hand. Instruction that tells the fingers that hold the pen where to go, how lightly to tread, how quickly to dart, or how long to hesitate. It is a dance. It is an art. An art of movement that leaves a line, a dot, a shadow, unlike traditional dance. Once performed, traditional dance is nonexistent, gone. In the twinkling of an eye, a flash of glorious light, all gone. The dancer and the observer are left with nothing tangible, only memories and emotions .
Masterpieces or doodles, creation is creation. Let your hands dance and see what happens.
No musical accompaniment like usual. The scratchy scratchy pen sounds were particular pleasing on this drawing. =)
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