Observe contrasting methods in all forms of action.
Evaluate possible outcomes resulting from spontaneity on the one hand, and restraint on the other. Consider the potential effects of impulsive force and that which is refined; note the nature of both reaction and response. Determine ways in which these forces come to a state of equilibrium, and apply these assessments, as warranted, to creative action.
Put simply, weigh the diverse means to attain total aesthetic effect, and experiment without regard to success or failure. In this manner, much is revealed.