I had a "professional" auragraph done for me at a seminar. Upon receiving mine, I asked a lot of questions as to how the artist "saw" what to draw. I assumed she was looking at my aura (hence, the label "auragraph"), but I was told it was similar to a card or rune reading, only in picture form. Intrigued, I thought that anyone that was intuitive could experiment with this unique entertaining concept.
In preparation for the meeting, I constructed printed papers with a large circle in the center, a line at the top for the person's name, and 4 lines at the bottom for an interpretation of the 4 most prevalent images within the drawing. It gave a uniformity to the end product, and the visual that everyone had received a similar art form. Each person wrote their name in the upper right corner, and then the papers were collected and redistributed to different fellow attendees, who actually then did the drawing (reading) for that person.
When everyone was finished, each person said which name was on their paper and explained their intuitive drawing for that person. Some were very insightful.......to say the least.......and this was the first time they had ever heard of this concept. Anyone that was having a hard time analyzing their own drawn shapes and colors, raised it up for the entire group to view, and everyone contributed their thoughts as to a possible interpretation of the individual elements, and the artist, at that point, chose what resonated more closely to their "feelings" of what they had drawn and completed the last four lines at the bottom.
In the end......everyone had a fun and interesting time, including me......amazing!