i reread a very interesting book by Nick Meglin last night, titled "on-the-spot drawing". after reading i started thinking more about the origin of making art, the modern illustration industry, cave paintings, art materials, kids books and many other things.
and i came up with something like this (it applies to my own work, but only the work i'm truly happy with)
my drawings travel backwards from my wrist to my mind. for it to move myself and if i'm lucky, others... i have to relax and let the drawing discover new things for me. i am just the passenger not the driver, let the drawing decide which course it set off. too much control from will only lead me to the mind, and an intellectual cloud will dim out the light that was there moments before.