This is from an early reader book I did. It wasn't the most exciting material in the world, but I kinda like the funky look of the street and houses. This was on Arches 140 lb, with Van Gogh watercolor tubes and my old two-dollar set of kids watercolors that I started out with about four years ago. I usually work by wetting the individual areas right before I paint them, working wet-in-wet. It's easier to blend and fix things that way, and gives me a little more time. You have to work pretty quickly with watercolor, but then wait for some drying time, which is kind of sadistic when you think about it.