Based on the principles from above, students moved on to hand drawings. Students first completed a series of Blind Contours where they only look at their hand, and never look at their paper when drawing. The results look very much like scribbles, but again, it trains the eye to slow down and break the hand into lines, and shapes. Students then move on by glancing at their paper only when their pencil is not moving. They only draw when looking at their hands. When you draw something without looking at it, a lot of the information is lost, and therefore as a result the image is less accurate.