Next step on this one, after drawing and then going over the drawn lines with the Elegant Writer pens in black ink and bleeding the color out using a brush with just clean water...
I did use a little Potter's Pink on the petals and it granulates well but isn't as pretty a pink as Rhodonite Genuine, so returned to that favorite instead.
I'm sure the Potter's Pink has it's place - here is a photo I took of it on the palette with the Lunar Red Rock (which is what I used to paint the hint of red bricks in the background). Both are a bit gritty in feel when you add water and mix them on the palette. Funny how pretty the tube color is compared to the actual color of Potter's Pink on the paper...
Potter's Pink - top
Potter's Pink + Manganese Blue Hue mixed
fading out to Manganese Blue Hue and
Mineral Violet (Holbein) at the bottom right edge.
It's fun to play with colors and see what they will do.