I think I now understand "mad scientists". I have pulled out all my favorite art supplies and tools to make changes in this large watercolor painting of a French barn door. I am in a frenzy (what is a frenzy?) and I think I am learning how the Daniel Smith watercolor ground works. You can use it thick for texture or thin to conceal things. I think it's a handy product to have around your studio to use in your watercolor paintings. The painting isn't finished yet, I still have to apply more mad scientist techniques to it.