Stiperstones Ridge watercolour
Lots of small brush strokes of watercolour are added, with each layer allowed to dry, before adding another layer. There are no broad strokes of watercolour paint, as I need to protect all the white areas of the rocks and the paler, yellow gold grass stalks, that lie between the heathers. I don’t use masking fluid or white paint, instead I rely on the paper to be the white.
Stiperstones Ridge was painted using only 3 primary colours. No black, no white, no masking fluid. Just pure watercolour.