When most people think of Winslow Homer, they think of his amazing oil paintings. But he was also the master of watercolor. This is the last in a series of exercises on "still water" and it was time to try another technique. This is Winslow Homer's "Fishing Boats, Key West" -- or rather it's an attempt to copy it and his style. His original painting was actually watercolor and graphite on a woven linen. I attempted to get some of the same speckled look by dry-brushing.