Blind contour drawing involves drawing a shape with one continuous line. As the name implies, when you do a blind contour drawing you draw without looking at your paper. No peeking! Instead, you always keep your eye on the object you are drawing. Go slowly. As your eye moves around the object, you draw a line to follow your eye. It's a really good practice for getting in the right mindset to "see" what you're drawing. I did lots of these in my own arty school days, and now my own College Girl is doing them. So cool!
I love the funny-interesting-line-quality quirkiness of them!