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- Oct 7, 2018
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I think some people think in 3 dimensions more easily than two. I can deal with physical models of 3D objects much more readily than I can mentally come up with a two dimensional drawing. I've had one or two arty types (back from the days when I used to flat with fine arts students) comment that everything I did always had depth or was always 3 dimensional.IDK, some people have a better sense for shapes in 3D for example. Or better (finer) hand eye coordination. Or whatever. Different brains aren't equally good at the same tasks. I'm not saying those people can't draw only that they might need some additional scaffolding that other people don't. I do agree that it's a Carnegie Hall kind of affair though, for anyone.
Funnily enough my mother used to teach structural geology papers which require the ability to visualise things in 3 dimensions. She commented that the distribution of marks you saw from those courses were always bimodal. You got the folks who could and the folks who couldn't. She thought that some people had the cognitive faculties to visualise stuff in 3 dimensions and some people didn't, and that tended to be the main element in whether people could really grasp the material.