shake it off
I have found that I need to take time to have a palette cleaning exercise after I finish a round of mixed medium. I need a way to focus on one particular skill rather than the scattered assembly of attaching things with my mixed medium adventures. With this need to cleanse the palette I have automatically been drawn to watercolors. Watercolors have a diverse range of colors and uses—but they also have a narrow skill set. Being able to focus on this one skill with essentially limitless color and design ranges gives me an outlet for my creativity without having to think too much about complex materials.