Today we were inspired by artwork from Gina Lee Kim, who specialises in mixed media seascapes based on watercolour backgrounds. I completed mine and was okay with the colours etc but disliked the sloping horizon. I left it overnight and this morning decided to cut it beneath the textured horizon and reposition the top so the horizon was flat. Of course it didn’t line up properly so I had to trim the edges a bit and, rather than lose half my yacht sails, I chose to keep a sloping top to the picture. I’m much happier with it now.
I used W&N watercolours, watercolour pencils, Dylusions white paint because I didn’t have gouache, light modelling paste, and some scrapbooking paper because my origami paper is hidden in my stash somewhere!