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Watercolour was a form of painting that used pastel (PROSE: Legacy) to form very abstract and smudged colours used to portray objects. (PROSE: The Ancestor Cell, The Taint) When left out in the rain, watercolour works would have all their colours run together and form one huge jumble of paint. (PROSE: Dominion) Even without contact with water, watercolour paintings quickly faded out. (PROSE: Time Zero)
Watercolour was among the hobbies that, along with beekeeping, the Eleventh Doctor hoped to take up in his final days. (TV: The Name of the Doctor) Susan Foreman painted the landscape of 1843 Jabalhabad in watercolour. (PROSE: All-Consuming Fire) J. M. W. Turner was a famous watercolourist whose paintings frequently featured skies with crackling lightning. (PROSE: The Hollow Men) Alec Palmer was a talented watercolourist. (TV: Hide) Mary Minett, a painter saw the people of the world as watercolours, be they bright and pale or dark and violent. (PROSE: Casualties of War) Mrs Rogers had a book on the subject, Watercolour Challenge, which inspired her to attempt to make her own watercolour. However, most of her work ended looking identical: "a sea of black, punctured by yellow and pink stars". (PROSE: The Sleep of Reason) Candy DuFries always carried with her a battered leather satchel full of watercolours. (PROSE: Eternity Weeps)
Hotel Galaxian had beautiful watercolours lining the walls. (PROSE: The Murder Game) When the Triumph was turned into an emergency hospital, Jamie McCrimmon was confused to wake up in a hospital bed in a fancy room with a watercolour interpretation of a riverside scene hanging on the wall with a brass frame. (PROSE: The Final Sanction)