One of, or probably the main, reason I love pouring a layer of transparent paint on a blank canvas is just to see what happens if I leave it alone after it hits the surface. I have never had this result before and now am wondering if I could ever get it again. The only factors I can think of that may have come into play here are the suffocating heat of the day, which made for fast drying, and the fact that I used paint thinner again rather than turpentine to liquify the the paint before pouring it. I was also careful when I stretched the canvas not to leave any loose or shallow spots in order to encourage the liquid to flow off freely rather than pool itself.
Although the surface is dry enough to “stick” now as long as it’s not disturbed, it’s not dry enough to draw on. I can hardly wait to get my next drawing going on this one and see where it takes me!