Blog posts typically require titles, and the title should theoretically relate to the subject matter of the post. If I don't know what to call something I use cool adjectives like "batik" or "psychedelic" or "abstract" in the title. Generic enough to work for a vast array of styles, yet retro enough to sound creative. Now that I've said it, look for bloggers around the world to use these terms. Because I have that kind of influence. Right.
I did some simple watercolor backgrounds in a 5x8" watercolor moleskine journal. I painted bits of watercolor, then dabbed the pages ad infinitim with a paper towel which made the coolest dots. And the paper towels were looking pretty cool too. Kept adding layers (which blend together unlike acrylics); the pages got wetter and wetter and more and more... blah. Tempted to tear them out, but that breaks a golden rule of some type in some book of some sort. When they were dry several days later, I liked them! So as the late afternoon sun streamed through the translucent drapes, I sat at the dining room table with my trusty black superfine nib PITT pen and... doodled. It was dreamy. The line was as smooth and consistent as ever, even on a watercolored background. What incredible paper. Watercolor mandala love.