In this picture, I have done some negative painting around some of the petals, and am adding some of the detailing inside the flower.
In this photograph I am pouring my greens on the very wet paper. I used a large medicine eye-dropper to suck up some of the excess paint at this time
In this stage I am adding the second color, which is a warm red-violet. I allow it to run and mingle with the violet already on the surface
The drawing is complete and mask has been added to protect the whites around the outide of each petal in the flowers. I am using a wide watercolor wash brush to wet the paper. I want the entire surface to be wet, but not in puddles because I will be adding much wet paint to the surface. I will be using liquid acrylic inks mixed with water for the pouring stage because once the ink is dry, it will not be lifted by my brushes when I am doing the detailing and negative painting with watercolors.