How do you all handle mistakes in your creativity projects? I've dabbled in watercolour landscapes for most of my adult life - never exhibited or sold, and can go years without going anywhere near a paint brush - but I've always struggled coping with my disasters - of which there have been countless. When I feel a painting start to go wrong, anger and frustration start to take hold and it inevitably results in me going into an internal rage during which I will purposely destroy the painting by daubing paint everywhere, followed by the screwing up of the painting and probably the launching of a few heavy objects at the nearest wall. Now I know how laughably immature this all sounds, but it's something over which I feel I have no control. The odd thing is, this doesn't happen with my writing. In the case of writing that isn't going well, I simply lose interest, calmly and matter-of-factly. Anyone else struggle with frustration when their creativity projects go wrong?