The urge to make marks seems to be almost as natural as breathing. The goal is to be as free as a child and yet somehow make use of learned and sophisticated skills. Care perhaps, but not control. Launch the intention, let your skills come into play, and watch what happens.
Many of these drawings were made following the methods passed on from Cecil Collins, for instance using multiple instruments at the same time, and or both hands, maybe not looking or holding a quill pen from the tip of the feather. There was always a model. Control in the normal sense became increasingly difficult, until, if you were lucky, you gave up the idea of control altogether. It’s one of the best lessons I ever learned. Sound scary? Have a go. It’s only a drawing. There will be plenty more.