And it's bad how I go into paralysis at every stage of painting. Watercolours is like putting on layers and layers of colours, from light to dark. There is this fear that I may ruin something so I sometimes just stay put and leave my eyes to dart around.
At least during my second class, I was more bold, but it still felt like I was bulldozing forward without a clear plan, and that scares me. I want to be more in control when I paint. To logically reach the final image I want to create, but I guess it's hard because I never know what colour will leave my brush after a mix so I cannot really plan? The paintings I've done felt like accidents. :x
Anyway, here're the two pieces I've done (with much help from the teacher :p I'm so thankful he comes by and tells me what's missing, shows me examples of what I can do at the stages I freeze at), they aren't exactly complete yet, too:
And my still-new white watercolour palette and paintbrushes. :> Feels so pro. Hahaha... Hopefully soon, I'll be painting at home too, not just at class. Practice makes perfect and I doubt once a week is a good enough exercise to get to know this medium properly. :/