I got the idea for this one from a Mike Winger video (but I can't remember which one). In it he answered a listener question about why it seemed like God didn't always provide a way of escape. In his case, he nearly burned down his neighborhood playing with fire as a kid. He knew he shouldn't be playing with fire, but he did it anyway, not expecting the little flame to spread so quickly in the dry brush. We tend to play with temptation, but when it turns into a big fire, -then- we wonder how that could have happened.
This was 100% watercolor and brush pen, and took about three days of working on and off. I sketched it, then used a lightboard to redraw. Then I inked on the new clean drawing. I also did these all pretty large, about 5x7", then scanned them and stitched them together.
Below is the original brainstorming page, along with one of the pages of final watercolor drawings.