This is in Inktense (which is water soluble) and ink, so I hope this “qualifies”. It is 12 x 9, in a Strathmore Visual Journal, 140CP, which I will never buy again. I am still getting the hang of the Inktense, and not very good at landscapes in general. I put some wax resist stick on the water to retain some sparkle, but maybe I didn’t use enough, so the Intense just painted over it. The foreground trees do not look very natural, as I just wanted to finish with this. To me, it seems as if there is no advantage to using that to watercolor. One must make sure all of the pigment is dissolved, so it does not lift upon application of additional layers. They do not dry nearly as intense as when wet. To get very intense color, one must leave pigment undissolved.
Any and alltips greatly appreciated.
Any and all