Primary layering is mixing primary colours on the paper - each layer must be dry before doing the next layer.
All the layers (I did about 20), were done wet into wet.
First, yellow - there is about 3 layers here ...
Before I started on the blue, I did some adjustments with more yellow and red layers. There is an impression of a roof, and I had to remember to lift out the paint after each layer! I didn't use masking fluid as it had to remain quite soft.
I then added blue layers, before painting in some trees.
I made final adjustments with some more red and blue layers.
This looks quite Turner-esque to me!
It is only when we are no longer fearful
that we begin to create.