The paper was rotated to use the landscape position, in a bid to allow more space horizontally. Psychologically, I knew I had more space to spread my drawing to the right, but my brain was not used to this new addition of space. I continued to squeeze my drawing on the right side of my paper.
Selfie #3 and selfie #4 were drawn with my right hand, which is my dominant hand. The continuous line selfie involved drawing while looking into a mirror, to focus on drawing the lines. The drawing is made by spatial placement of lines, done y the motor movement of my hand. I did not look at my paper to control my drawing. These two selfies were drawn in the space of 3-4 minutes apart. They look pretty consistent.
I used a mirror to draw my selfie, with my left hand, which is my non-dominant hand. Another challenge was to avoid looking at my drawing paper, while concentrating on my mirror and not lifting my pen off the paper. The entire drawing has to be made by a continuous line. Yesterday, on Dec. 4, I drew 4 such selfies using my left hand. I also drew these selfies using my right hand, completing two of them.
For ease of comparisons to chart the progress of these selfies, they are numbered chronologically starting from number 1.