I draw almost every evening for a spell. I used to think of myself as someone who "couldn't draw." I'm still pretty inept, but I now can draw--clumsily but with a certain awkward charm. It is a cliché that the drummer's most valuable asset is not a fast right foot but a good set of ears. Similarly, the relevant cliché is that drawing is mainly about seeing, not about manipulating the pencil. I'd play the drums every night if I could. Drawing is quieter.