Before begining the watercolor 'final' of any drawing, I spend hours drawing and sketching drafts, moving from rough schematics of perspective and composition, to more refined, 'plausible' imagery. Here you can see the elements cut out to be rearranged. I choose to think of a sheet of paper as an empty room. The objects determine the rules of the space with scale, detail, and composition. Until the objects are 'grounded' the space is entirely malleable.