Seriously; to watch a painting develop on a page? It's amazing. (I'm actually saying, "it's f'n amazing.) To start with a blank piece of paper (and to call it "paper" is really not right, because it's velour or sand paper or clay-coated board and it's 80 grit or 380 grit or 400 grit which makes a big difference) and to see depth appear or movement or one single moment take shape, take life . . . yeah, it's f'n amazing.
And this is what it feels like. Glad you're a part of it.