|Turning World. Watercolor and crayon.|
Approximately 11 x 9 inches
I also like the addition of Caran D'Ache water soluble crayons, which have a nice effect (they can either add texture or completely smooth out the surface depending on how they're applied.)
Turning World is a fun experiment on 300 lb Fabriano rough watercolor paper using Daniel Smith Quinacridone Burnt Orange, Carbazole Violet, Ceruleun Blue, and Indigo. Then I went back over with two colors of crayon--one's a light blue and one's a pale gray.
The most important part of this post, though, is the photo. I've grumbled before about how hard it is to get accurate photos of watercolors. I just bought a tripod (hello focus!) and a lightbox with a couple of natural lights. What a difference. I didn't really have to edit this photo at all, except to crop it and adjust the resolution. I'm thinking it was a very worthwhile investment.