Ambidextrous drawing

Angie Chung draws simultaneously with both hands!
[via Neatorama]

14 thoughts on “Ambidextrous drawing

  1. Anonymous says:

    Man I’d give my left arm to be ambidextrous!

  2. hovis says:

    She isn’t starting with any proportional marks, which either suggests that she’s an idiot savant, or she’s SO PRACTICED at making this specific image (with both hands, of course) that she doesn’t need it.

  3. not hovis says:

    oh, how hollow your life must be having to deal with so many who don’t do things as you would…
    perhaps one day you’ll put forth the effort necessary to be a special little snowflake too.

  4. alex says:

    For the most part, she’s simply drawing symmetrically. The movements she makes with one hand are basically the same movements she makes with her other hand. It’s not quite the same thing as drawing, say, a horse with one hand and a perspective drawing with the other one.

  5. steveburnett says:

    The painter Nemo in Portland Oregon often works ambidextrously. As Alex points out, he does mostly draw symmetrically, but he does work from a blank sheet. He’s rearranged his site, but some of the work is visible on the web at
    http://r6xx.com/index.php?act=viewCat&catId=60

  6. mihai says:

    This is news spam guys.

    Id like to see her drawing a man with right hand and a woman with left hand :)

  7. Anonymous says:

    I didn’t really see any drawing going on, just jump cuts to different stages of completeness. The only thing she was doing with both hands was shading. I’d like to see a time-lapse video of her working.

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