- The image I had in my head rarely matched what I could produce on paper. But I would never have realised this had I not done it
- On the other hand, sometimes I surprised myself and came up with an image that I had not even thought of beforehand. Again, I would never have known this had I not gone ahead and experimented.
- Even through making lots of errors, producing things that I didn't like, or being disappointed that my image did not match what I had in mind, the actual doing it was still enjoyable. How else can you learn if you do not just try, try, try?
|An Edinburgh collage of Calton Hill, Arthur's Seat, and an Eduardo Paolozzi sculpture|