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This is a spin off of this question: If you can't draw, is that an indication of low spatial IQ?

In order to draw, you must be able to represent 3D objects in your head and rotate them in any angle.

This is exactly what spatial IQ is.

Then can we conclude that the ability to draw implies a high spatial IQ?

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  • $\begingroup$ "In order to draw, you must be able to represent 3D objects in your head and rotate them in any angle" - are you sure? Maybe for a certain type of drawing, but not "to draw" in general. Consider a machine like a camera and printer; it can capture an image from the world and represent it on another medium ("drawing"). There need not be any intelligence involved, just signal in and matching signal out. $\endgroup$
    – Bryan Krause
    Jan 3 at 18:06

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