Colour: choose 3 colours a red, a blue and a yellow. I want the composition to be quite bright so I have chosen: lemon yellow, alizarin and ultramarine blue. But if you wanted a more autumn theme you could choose: ultramarine, lemon and burnt sienna or cobalt, raw sienna and alizarine. It's important to test your colours on scrap paper before starting.
If you don't like the colours - you won't like your painting
|Spray the paper with clean water, don't soak the paper you want some dry white parts. Drop on a yellow then blue and allow to mingle||Tip the board to allow paint to flow. Scoop up large puddles with kitchen paper or a clean brush. Try to leave some small white areas||Use your finger in a circular motion to give some grape shapes|
|DRY, the paper should be completely flat. Paint in the background round the grape shapes and blend the outer edge. Do small areas. DRY||Paint the small negative shapes between the grapes (redrawing the grapes if necessary with a watercolour crayon). Leave some small stalks|