Maurice was completing a drawing exercise at his desk. He had joined art class last semester.
Considering the short span his progress was remarkable.
He was facing a strange situation today. He went to talk to his dad about it.
Maurice: I can draw eyes, nose, lips, hairs, ears pretty well. But somehow the face doesn't seem as one. It looks patchy. I don’t know why. I have wasted several sheets over this. I can’t figure out a way.
Dad: It is simple. Do you want to hear the secret?
Maurice: I’m desperate for it!
Dad: You are drawing the parts perfectly. There’s nothing wrong in perfection. But you are drawing them perfect independent of one another. They have to be in relation with one another if the face needs to look good.