I can be loose. Not care about any results or end product. Be crazy, try new techniques.
Paint over what I thought was a perfect lemon to make an even better one or totally screw it up so it doesn't look like any fruit, let alone any lemon.
It doesn't matter. It is about the experience, not ending up with something to frame on a wall.
There is no impact on the cost or the schedule. No one has to approve my ideas. No method has to be documented.
It's just me and the paint and the brush.
The meditation of selecting which brush to use, which direction and type of stroke will apply the blended paint to show what should shown, what allows it to be represented and understood. Nothing more, nothing less. The art of editing to keep it simple. Practice for my architecture.
It all comes back to architecture.
The composition. The balance.
Tapping into new territory without fear, but knowing when to stop.
Adjustments along the way. Self-analysis. Commitment to identify the weaknesses and keep working on it. Don't over work it. Keep it simple.