Back in the old days, we learned to draw interior illustrations by hand, at a drafting table, late at night with a pot of black coffee, and a stack of albums on the record player. These 2D illustrations showed the perspective of an interior space making it feel 3 dimensional.
I never imagined, as a college sophomore, that my drafting lessons would be inspiration for future coping skills to deal with my Neuroendocrine Cancer. Drawing and thinking in perspective allows you to focus on the issues closest to you and to recede the items placed in the background. That which needs the most attention is placed in the foreground and the supporting details in the background.
Continue reading at: https://www.netcancerawareness.org/2022/01/keeping-a-healthy-perspective/