Trusting the Images

A theory that I’ve been hearing a lot over the last six months is that the illustrations are all badly drawn, biomechanically unsound, and that we should just ignore them if they conflict with [insert speakers preference here]. 

I don’t subscribe to that. I’m willing to entertain the notion that I’m misreading the illustration, or that a particular feature I thought was important or irrelevant is the opposite. But to outright ignore the illustrations because they’re inconvenient is a step too far.

If you don’t agree, this is the wrong blog for you.

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