There's madness to my method. I'm sure that most "traditional" watercolour painters would be aghast to see me flinging masking fluid around willy nilly (that's the white stuff you can see here; it's usually applied very precisely in very specific areas). And on these big pieces I'm doing (the one above is 36 x 36"), it's easier to pour paint than brush it on, at least at the beginning.
After a few missteps of a technical nature, I have also started a large (30 x 40") wildflowers piece. To give you an idea of the size, here it is on my back deck table (today's studio space):
If one of these turns out well, I plan to have it ready to show at the Artwalk in the Square coming up the weekend after next!