Left Brain is saying: You know the deal. When you draw the top of the pot, think about persepctive and watch out for the edges – that it’s not pointy or like a pancake.
Right Brain: Looks and looks and decides to just draw anyway.
Left Brain: Now look at your drawing.
Right Brain: Looks. Knows something isn’t quite right.
Left Brain: You’ve done a pancake. The top of the pot looks far too round, like you’re over the top of it. I think you need to review a few tips from Liz Steele (blog post) and Koosje Koene (video).
Right Brain: (Feeling a bit beaten) Yes, you’re right.
As I’ve mentioned in Left brain, right brain shenanigans drawing and creativity does need both sides of the brain (!) but I have to say, perspective drawing and explanations for it escapes me sometimes. I kind of get it but not quite.
Methinks it’s Left Brain’s fault for not getting it. But it could be Right Brain’s fault for not seeing properly.