andrew, Im going to stick my neck out and say, on behalf of all us
here on ganoksin, we all wish your daily progress continues along your
I didnt keep a day by day diary of my work when I started in 1968,
but I did find the other day, my duplicate invoice book with my 1st
Interesting reading, especially comparing it to my invoice book from
last year. some 45 yrs later.
So you will also find some time in the future, you will look back on
your early years the progress your making at this time.
How many years of practice does it take a pianist to learn that
skill to the point thy can interpret Chopin’s revoutionary study? or a
violin student to master one of Motzart’s violin conchertos? So is
the learning time frame with our work.
Its important to know what has been achieved before by others, its
give the beginner a goal at which to aim.
And dont ever forget!! if its been done before it can be done again.
When you have mastered the skills and techniques you will then move
on to interpret the medium in your chosen way…
As yet we dont know whether the passion in your heart is strong
enough to carry you through all the trials and struggles ahead of
In my case its still there as strong as it was all those yrs ago, I
still have to make something beautiful every day.
Yesterday, I came to the end of this weeks work, what I was
comissioned to do.
I then spent half of the day continuing the structural steel work
needed, to modify my tractor driven log splitter, upgrading it from
11 tons to 22 tons., im looking forward to using it knowing its
something I designed and made and then work with it the way I want.
I for one look forward to seeing the pin youve been working on.