My first approach with the watercolor was born from the fascination caused by the "stain". I liked to find out, after the drying time, what that layer of water and pigment had produced. The "stain" did not always recreate something pleasing to my eye, but little by little I learned to guide it gently, to understand its needs, to follow its will, and then adapt it to what gratified me.
I love its independent essence. You draw the line by loading it with more or less pigment, with more or less water, but it freely decides where to stop, perhaps helped a little by events, but always autonomous.