Another process you’ll see as we’re going
along and using these different pieces of paper is that, if I’m going to use this piece,
and say I cut out a part from this area here, I’m not going to just cut out that part and
then toss out the rest of this paper. And that sort of becomes a little bit of the messy
business with doing collage work. I’m always keeping my scraps. And again, that’s why I
have all these different, various sizes of plastic bags, so that I can keep the scraps
in if it begins to sort of become too much of a mess, or cluttering up your working area.
Because you never know when you’re going to need that hue again, you’re never going to
know when you need that tone again, so any of these papers that I’ve already cut parts
out on, I sort of tend to keep around. Because I tend to like certain parts, and then want
to go back into it, and maybe I need a little small area that needs that same pattern or
same color again. So you always want to sort of have them all handy, and again, the plastic
bags are a great way to distinguish the different colors, so you can have one color in one bag
and not get it mixed up with the rest.