I structured the materials not only for efficient learning, but also for quick reference. Because of this you can easily refer back to the course materials over and over again and easily find what you are looking for. In all the course units, each step-by-step procedure, technique, and principle is on a separate page, and all the tips and cautions relative to that topic are listed together. So if you are painting reflected light, you know exactly where to go for tips on that subject – the page on reflected light.
As an aside, this is why I wrote the course in the first place – I knew there were many “gems” of knowledge buried deep in the notes I took during the workshops I have taken over the years, but they were simply too difficult to find again. In some cases I ended up going back to the same instructor, spending another $2,000 for tuition and travel for a week-long workshop and hearing the same thing I was told during the last workshop I attended!
By structuring my own personal notes in this way, I now have access to all the knowledge that used to be buried.