A study has revealed that artists’ brains are ‘structurally different’ from the rest of us. The small study, published in the journal NeuroImage, detailed the results of brain scans taken from 21 art students and 23 non-artists. The scans used a voxel-based morphometry to reveal that artists have more neural matter in the parts of their brain relating to visual imagery and fine motor control. Lead author of the study, Rebecca Chamberlain from KU Leuven, Belgium, told BBC News that she was interested in finding out how artists saw the world differently. “The people who are better at drawing really seem to have more developed structures in regions…
I always knew there was something wrong with me!
Robocop - The Making of the Suit.
I still have yet to see the film. I’ve been lazy and just haven’t bothered to get around to it. lol. But I love the skill and artistry put into making the suit. Not to mention 3D printers getting used for not just making generic trinkets or toys.
Jesus.. I’m not kidding I just heard doves cooing outside my window and I thought it was coming from my stomach .. Oog— Pen (@buenothebear) April 20, 2014