When I have something specific in mind that I want to create. I can get close, but then cannot quite get over the finish line. Now, usually that almost-there result is good, but it is not exactly what I had in mind. I put in a lot of effort to get the last little bit, fail to do so, and then quit in frustration.
To be clear, this is not the only way, or even the typical way, to create something. Most often, there is a less specific final goal. I want this feature, and maybe these colors and this rough layout. The other details in my mental picture are less specific. Often just placeholders to be decided later.
Today’s picture, as with almost all in this series, is an example of the alternate development process.