Drawing can be both means and ends. As a process, it can be revelatory in its directness and intimacy. It can capture the fleeting feeling and record the idea forming. A notebook of drawings is, in this sense, a diary of response. The surprising complexity of nature, our nature, replenishes drawing. Easy generalizations are dispelled as the hand moves with marvelous particularity in response to the feelings that direct it. The rich variety of processes and materials of drawing permits infinite possibilities. As in the other media, the ends are realization, meaning, and expression. In brief, notation or elaborate development, drawing can offer all this without loss of its essential immediacy.