Feather – Therapy Tales #207

As you can probably tell, this one took me aaaages :)

Based on something I read on World of Psychology about a month ago. The metaphor of a feather is used to demonstrate that you cannot rush the writing/creative process, just as you cannot force the descent of a falling feather (unless you jump on it.. or tie little weights to it.. hmm..) Anyhoo, I thought the same might be said of the therapeutic process.

So there.

And as it took me about a week, I’ve made it into a very sexy poster, gorgeous enough to adorn any therapeutic environment.

Big poster with sexy frame

Small poster without sexy frame

 


 

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  1. Beautiful. :)

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  2. You did a fabulous job catching the feeling of the feather. Did you redraw each frame? I’m way too lazy for that. I always PS my repeats!

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    • A combination.. I think I drew 3 versions of the feather, then rotated, and a couple frames. PS is our friend. Colouring/tinting would have been much easier with coloured pencils :)

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  3. A lot of work must have gone into this. It’s lovely.

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    • cheers ears. It was a bit of a b1tch but I got there in the end.. like so many things :)

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  4. Splinteredones

     /  May 10, 2011

    Pit it on a tshirt! Put it on a tshirt!

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  5. Mommasita

     /  May 11, 2011

    So, it won’t help to cram 30 appointments into 10 weeks vs. 30 weeks?

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    • Well it might, as you could a) spontaneously combust or b) negate all existence, thus reducing the need for therapy in the longer term. ;)

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  6. Elegantly done, bravo!

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