It's always good if I don't quite know what I'm doing and just dive in. The mistakes are painful but I find in my art nine times out of ten it's better when I don't know what I'm doing. It's hard for me to make orderly pretty things. I admire those artists and I often psych myself out to try to be like that. But what's more important to me these days is to express personal growth and not be afraid of my work changing.