How to Draw on the Middle Side of the Brain
Forget that How to Draw on the Right Side of the Brain stuff
or even how to draw of the left side of the brain as the only
thing there is drawing the wrong conclusion. On this page, we'll
teach you how to draw on the middle side of the brain.
Did you even know that you had a middle side of your brain? If
you had half a brain, you'd know that. Okay, so you didn't even
realize that you have more than a right hemisphere and left hemisphere
when it comes to the brain.
The middle brain is called the corpus callosum. A corpus delicti
on the other hand is a dead body due to a crime. A corpus delicti
in Corpus Christi is self-explanatory. The middle brain of a dead
body in Texas therefore is the corpus delicti corpus callosum
in Corpus Christi. I rest my case. Or so it would seem.
Now let's get back to how to draw on the middle side of your
brain. Some people think that being ambidextrous or partially
amphibious will help. This is a common myth. Drawing is something
that anyone can do with either hand, toes, mouth and other openings.
But, how does one learn to draw on the middle side of the brain?
This is not as much of a brain teaser as it may seem.
First, you need to shave the top of your head. Second you need
an incision on the top of your head made by a scalpel. Third you'll
need a saw to open up your skull. Fourth you'll need to spread
your skull apart a bit. And, the fifth and final step is to take
you pencil, pen, watercolor, paints or whatever medium you choose
and start drawing on the middle part of your brain.
Your artwork may not turn out to be a colossal masterpiece but
what do you expect when drawing on your own corpus callosum?
Note: only do this under the supervision of a neurosurgeon.