OK, I'm not completely disappointed in this. This is my first attempt at actually painting with watercolors other than doodling with them with the kids or painting as a kids. It actually came out a lot better than I thought it would. The inspiration came from a watercolor tutorial I saw on YouTube. It's supposed to be misty mountains at sunset. What this experience really taught me is that quality counts with watercolors. I bought a cheap pallet thinking I only wanted to play around so buying a more expensive set wasn't necessary. Oh my, is it ever necessary. I really struggled to get any kind of depth of color out of the pallet. They stayed washed out and weak no matter how hard I tried to pick up more color. As a result I am currently sporting a bluish-purple thumb and middle finger from trying to squeeze color out of the brush to get it to give up some richer color. I am really eager to explore watercolors further, however, I think it's going to have to wait until I get higher quality paints.