Here you see the first pour of the primary colors on Baby Giraffe. First, I wet the entire surface with clean water, then I poured the diluted paint where I wanted that color. I lifted the paper and manually manipulated it until the colors mingled and produced secondary colors - but this is a wild and unpredictable process. One can only hope that colors are in the approximate place you chose for them.
Here is the result after I have allowed most of the paint to run off the painting. It will now dry and await the second and third pours where I will add more of the same primary colors. I used Aureolin, Quinacridone Rose and Pthalo Blue... but next time I will vary the strength of each according to what I want to accomplish for the underlying colors.
Once the next pours are completed and dried, the painting with brushes begins.