There is a lot of snobbery in art that I hope to abolish during my time as a fine artist. "A master never reveals his secrets" is probably the biggest load of selfish crock to befall this hobby. A true master has an apprentice. Someone who has taken their personal exploration of a discipline and is able to translate that into a learn-able format is a true master, not just a genius. It isn't the outcome that we should be craving, but rather the process that holds most of the reward, because within process the greatest amount of growing happens.