By now you’re probably thinking, ‘I know, I’ve already played a few mind games.
I’ve drawn them on paper, I know how to draw them on a computer, I can do this.’
The answer to this question is, of course, ‘Yes, of sorts.’
But if you don’t want to draw the mind games you have to actually draw them.
Here are the steps you should take in order to draw your own mind games: 1.
Draw a blank canvas.
Draw an imaginary blank canvas, using the pencil or the pen.
Draw lines that match the shape of your drawing.
If you’re drawing lines of colour, you can also draw lines of white, and lines of black.
Draw your mind game.
Add a mental element to the drawing.
For example, you might want to add an inner voice to the mind game, or a smiley face.
When you’re finished, review the drawing and see if it still works.
If it doesn’t, don’t worry.
You can always redraw it. 6.
Draw another blank canvas using the same technique, using your own mental image.
Add more mental elements to the draw.
You might want a mental picture of yourself.
You could add some words to your drawing to make it more personal.
Draw something more realistic, such as a building.
Add an image of a person to the brain.
Add another mental image, such a bird.
Draw other mind games on the canvas.
Finish the drawing, and you’ll have a mind game that you can play with your family or friends.
Mind games are one of the most fun and addictive games ever invented, because they are so easy to make and can be done in seconds.
You need to be prepared to do this in order for them to be effective.
For more ideas on mind games and how to make them, see Mind Games 101.
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