My first real crossing with watercolor painting happened when I was at the university. I realized that it is like a good horse, you need to know how to handle the horse, and otherwise you could be lose control of it. But once you know the horse well, it will take you wherever you want to go. I usually use the “Wet-in-Wet and Dry Brush Techniques” watercolor skills in my work; my preferences are the quality of thickness and the intense contrast of color. Most of my works are figure painting, using blocks of color, lines, texture, and atmosphere.