Thinking about control: control that humans seek to impose always on their environment, their work, their lives. In drawing, control guides the implement on and across the paper. How can we call upon looseness, freedom and innovation in drawings if we go into our practice always with the intention of a specific result? I posit that if the materials are allowed to travel at their own pace, if media are laid down without expectation, they can form their own relationships. Incidental drawings do this whether I posit anything at all, but documenting the discovery is important. Here are a few more.