I, like most people in the Carolinas, was iced in on Tuesday so I decided to try my hand at some watercolors. Keep in mind that I'm predominantly a black & white artist with minimal color background. (I haven't tried watercolor since I was about 12-13 years old!) I played it safe here with the hopes of something presenting itself in the process. The biggest lesson I learned this go around...your tools have a lot to do with the process. I had a really small brush trying to create large moving imagery that watercolor is known for on a 9 x 12 piece of paper. (mistake #1) Until I can get a few different sized brushes I've since decided to cut the paper down and work much smaller. We'll see how that goes! Until then, here's attempt #1 - Mike Mignola's Hellboy!