I saw something that caught my eye in the latest Watercolour magazine (shipped from the UK). I wanted to see if I could do something similar. While the middle "water" was wet, I laid torn bits of spider webbing over it and put a piece of paper on top of it and then some books - and let it dry before pulling off the spider webbing.
It looks like a beach scene, with the wave ready to crash onto the beach.
No photo reference, just began with watercolor on a half sheet. Wiping the color on with a large flat brush. Breaking up the design and coming up with some organic shapes. I tacked it onto my bulletin board and drizzled acrylic inks over it and let them run down down down.
Not finished but close.
Land and Sea No. 1 (1/2 sheet watercolor paper)
This was a lot brighter before the acrylic ink dried. I'll have to remember that the bright acrylic inks dry duller and more muted.