Thanks for looking Yorky, Margarete, Bertoni, Annielu, Pat and Kari.
Annielu, I have included a brief how to for the masa paper
Cut masa and watercolour same size. Draw your image on the smooth side.
Put water in shallow pan and soak paper a few seconds, then very carefully remove and hold up to let it drip.
Crinkle the paper, then spread the paper on a board or plexiglass with the drawing side down. More crinkled, more texture in your final painting.
Use a brush to smooth out the paper and remove any air bubbles.
At this time add some paint to the masa in the colours you will be working in for your painting. Your image in on the underside so things will be reversed. The paint will soak into the paper and at this time don't worry about painting details. This is just adding some colours and where you want some colour and lights and darks. Remember the colours will be lighter when it drys.
Use Elmer's school glue mixed half and half with water and cover your watercolour paper.
Take the watercolour paper and with glue side down and cover the masa.
Use some paper towel, gently wipe and press on the top of the paper to seal it to the masa.
Turn over and dry. Air drying will take overnight.
You then can start on your painting as the drawing will now be on the top.
The watercolours don't flow as well on the masa but just add more water to the paint ...and away you go
Have fun, Kathy