Working in pairs, one of the participants describes an object and the other has to draw it just listening to the description. Then all participants corroborate the veracity of their drawing with the object that their partner was describing.
Form pairs and decide who will be the cartoonist and the witness of the fire.
Sit on the floor, back to back, where the circle is outlined. As a witness you must sit in the inner part of the circle facing the “EVIDENCE” boxes and the cartoonist with your back to the witness.
The facilitator shows the same object, in the evidence box, to each witness and they must memorize as many details of it. The witness can touch the object.
At the start signal, the witnesses begin to describe with synonyms, onomatopoeic sounds, guiding phrases, the qualities of the object, without naming it or saying what it is useful for. Remember to speak quietly.
The cartoonists make a sketch of the object described by the witness.
When finished, the draftsmen show the sketches to see how close it is to the original object.