I was inspired after creating my zines, to continue looking at creating hints of landscapes rather than the landscape itself. I wanted to try using a different material, and decided on watercolour paints as it is possible for the paint to move and change without much influence from myself. It was also a way of using colour to portray diverse types of landscapes. My aim was to take this sketchbook on my travels with me and paint while travelling, in attempt to accurately portray the emotions and movement of the landscape I am surrounded by. However, one of the consequences of painting while travelling iis that there are other outside factors influencing what is produced, such as wind, and weather conditions controlling the movement of the watercolours. However, I believe that this has had a more positive influence on what I am creating than negative, as it twists the original concept of what a landscape is. One of the things I like about using watercolour, is that it can dry fast while outside, and using a small-scale sketchbook minimises the issues I had while oil painting outside in the woods.