The best sessions, for me, are the ones where I don't have any idea whether I've done anything good when they're over. Cause that means I was so lost in doing that I didn't think about the result of what I was doing. And sometimes the results aren't very good. But it was still a good session. The object of sitting there and drawing for two hours isn't to create Product. It's to be aware for two hours. I think it would be a good exercise for us, just once, to leave everything behind when the session's over. Or give it all to the model. One of my favorite drawings is one I don't have. I was at Harborfest in 2004 for the fireworks display, and I drew a man with his little girl on his shoulders, and it came out beautiful. Totally effortless, and perfect. It was such a fine moment, I gave the drawing to the man. Keeping it felt like it would cheapen the experience.