Recent work, December 2008

I find that the act of hammering repetitively along with careful attention and observation to the results of those tens of thousands of hammer blows improves my skills. They say practice makes perfect, I would say practice makes you better, more practice makes you better yet, and so on. I've been hammering copper for about three years now, and I don't see any flattening of the learning curve, but I'm making things now I never would have imagined possible a year and a half ago.