1. Learn your craft thoroughly, reading everything you can about the traditions and conventions of the craft, as well as experiments on the modern cutting edge.
2. Begin each project with few assumptions about the methods you will use. Let the needs of the project, most of which you won't know until after you've gotten your feet wet, determine your approach.
3. Experiment as early and as often and as inexpensively as possible. Make lots of mistakes when mistakes are cheap.
Sunday, December 11, 2005
No matter your craft. Words to live by from Randy Thom:
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