So, I’m studying last night for an exam I had earlier this morning; we’re allowed a cheat sheet in the form of a single 3″ x 5″ index card, so I’m reviewing notes and writing out key information before transferring it to my card. Now, I’m writing pretty small, but I’m writing very neatly… so I have no idea that there’s a problem.
You would think that if I were falling asleep, my hand would start to trail off, but instead it would seem that I began hallucinating instead — have you ever been writing an email or message and overheard something in the background to find yourself typing it? I’m pretty sure that last night, I began to think I was overhearing a conversation and began to type it instead. Here are a few highlights.
- 7 seven high road [should read ‘7 principles of design’]:
- Line: mark made — record of line length got her email.
- Shape: just another cos I saw one must lust be it.
Representational or non-representational.
- Space: either or mention? Positive or negative don’t we just never mind.
- Texture: surface quality. Defined disappoint.
- coated paper is great for taking be with you.
- uncoated paper great to make prints seem so unreasonable.
line, colour, space, texture, format, shame, reasons.
And the best part of all of this? I had no idea I had written anything off of the mark until this morning, while writing the test, when I referred to the card for help — I was afraid that I was going to get kicked out of the test for laughing at myself.