My kids are constantly churning out small masterpieces. They are deft and uninhibited and are able to draw the world exactly how they see it, i.e. without proper perspective and proportion. Adult artists employ various exercises that might recapture a childlike approach to drawing. For example, drawing (or painting) with the left hand if you are right handed, or closing one's eyes to create a contour drawing without letting your hand leave the page. An approach I frequently take is to turn my paintings upside down to work on them. I also like to turn my paintings sideways. Although I am a fan of George Baselitz, I would never turn all of my paintings upside down to sign and hang them as Baselitz does. This never made much sense to me. I prefer to turn a Baselitz painting "right side up" to look at it. "Right side up" meaning, following gravity.