Eric and Dylan got sucked into this appealing fantasy because it was an escape from the troubles of everyday life. When you have a place to go — whether it be home, school, a bar, a drug den, or a video game — where things seem perfect, then you go to that place as much as you can. It’s a type of drug — a fantasy — where happiness exists because things make sense, in real life, things didn’t make sense.
- No Easy Answers by Brooks Brown
I love architecture and spaces and structures in general.... but I've never drawn them. I've never had the urge to sketch them out, even. Does that mean I probably shouldn't try to study architecture? Or do some architects just have to learn to sketch in school? I know your advice isn't the word of God, but I'd reallllllly appreciate your advice on this one. Thank you!