|“How you try is more important than |
how hard you try.”
― Tim Fargo
Alcohol Inks and Watercolor on Yupo paper
This quote got me thinking about the saying; "Practice doesn't make perfect. Perfect practice makes perfect." I think this is so true, because if you practice doing something inefficiently, you will waste your time and resources. You may never improve your skills. That's why it's important to get qualified guidance right from the start of learning something new. This makes the "trying" much more productive and fulfilling, before bad habits, which are often hard to break, are established and reinforced.
I look forward to seeing some of you at my demo today!
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