Yes, my brain tells me this repeatedly! Demonstrations offer the opportunity to draw from life and to relish what has been given to you. Julie sank into the comfy chair and eventually became one with that chair as she relaxed. The excitement was there for me....the notion of a winter nap. At the end of the session, I was quite satisfied with the overall feel of the work but felt that there were several issues that still needed to be resolved. At home, I worked a bit...maybe a half hour, but understood the danger of "fixing"...where areas do become neater, tidier, but at what cost? .....at reducing the energy of the work. Ask me how I learned this lesson. Ask anyone who has ever worked in watercolor. Sometimes I look around at model sessions and classes and see well-versed artists repeatedly stroking (licking) areas again and again to no avail.....trying to get it "right". It takes a long while to learn to trust yourself...to trust what you see...to realize that every stroke is valid, that every stroke, every mark, every squiggle is valid. Trust......yeah, I get it now....hopefully it will stick.