Selasa, 17 Maret 2015
To school means to term papers, which suggests back within your lame professors imposing page count minimums on you. How will you turn that 3-page paper into your 5-pager, or stretch 8 pages into 10, so that you could get far from the computer and to downing brews? Listed below are 7 can’t-miss tips for creating your essay longer.
1. Conduct extensive research into the subject after which reflect that scholarship inside the paper itself.
2. Engage inside a close reading of the key small portion text that‘s critical within your central premise.
3. Consider counterarguments within your main thesis, think through them, after which reaffirm that the own argument is correct, offering a point-by-point rebuttal towards the objections from the counterargument.
4. Contemplate and wrestle with historical perspectives. Could they be still valid? How has got the passage of your time affected the legitimacy of these points-of-view?
5. Fall into touch along with your university’s research librarian, who can pull relevant and fascinating texts which you never knew existed.
6. INCREASE THOSE PAGE MARGINS TO 2. 5 INCHES ! ! ! ! ! !
7. Interview an authority after which intersperse his quotes throughout.
Senin, 02 Januari 2012
What a year.
I'm formulating some thoughts to share with you about this project, more on that soon.
Happy New Year and thanks to all of you who have looked in on this project over the course of the year.
Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!
Jumat, 15 April 2011
This is in Claudia Cinquegrana's Moleskine, not mine. It's the large Moleskine sketchbook, not the pocket. Claudia is one of the members in my 2011-2012 sketchbook exchange.
I decided that I was going to free myself from my insanity a little. What do I mean by that? When I started the daily doodle project earlier this year I made the decision to work in the pocket Moleskine sketchbook. Once that was decided it became a bit of a cage to me. I found myself wanting to work in other sketchbooks, but wouldn't allow it. Huh? Yeah, I'm crazy like that. In an effort to not stifle myself further I decided that a few doodles from this daily doodle project would be done in other sketchbooks and given away.
So I guess what I am saying it ... look, I'm a big girl now. Ha-ha. It's those little internal creative battles with self that make artists seem crazy, isn't it?