I’ve discovered an intriguing book, Watercolorists at Work, by Susan E. Meyer and Norman Kent, published in 1972. There are 25 artists and a painting by each, broken into five steps. All begin with a sketch, but the process from there changes quite a bit. I’m finding it absorbing to follow along. My finished little painting of Tore Asplund’s moody street scene in France is pretty silly looking, but it was such fun.