This weekend I focused on my watercolor skills again. Developing my concept of the union of a human race and the universe is really fascinating and awakens my creativity in an unexpected way. Still having my imagination of human entrails and distant galaxies I'm trying to unite them using infinite possibilities of watercolor. It's amazing how my vision develops to find the connection and the perfect solution.
Above you can see my sunny workspace. I like to use St Petersburg watercolors Wite NIght in pans cause I think It's often easier to mix colors directly on the palette than outwardly as it happens when using tubes. I can easly find the best proportion for the color I need, unfortunately violating the principle of the clean palette, I honestly admit. Fun fact is, as you can easly remark, there is a plastic eggs container serving me as a mixing palette. It's really meant to this function! It doesn't absorb the dye, distributing the watercolor is really easy and there are small concavities (made for a single egg) where you can save the color for use in a while. I think the rest of the equipment is rather ordinary but if you've got any questions I'll be happy to answer.
I'm learning. I'm doing the best I can right now, and I'm getting better with it every day - Peter Clifford