A small object that will fit in your hand; Pencils; paper (A4)
Drawing mostly relies on what we see but often we end up drawing what we 'think' we see rather than what is actually there. This exercise is about drawing what you feel and it helps us to trust other senses to create interesting marks.
Hold your object in your hand so you can't see it. As you run your fingers over the surface of your object try to draw the marks that you feel. Use different marks, press harder to draw 'hard' textures and try to create form by judging the shape of your object.
Knowing and seeing are intertwined, but by separating them we are forced to consider their relationship. What is the difference between knowing and seeing?