More info on the project can be seen below the gallery of images. Including links above this text, and within that text below.
What is the Imagined Landscape Project?
It is a few things, beginning with allowing you, the project maker, to have fun; to use your creativity and have some flexibility while also refining your skills in two different media. By this point in the year there will have been many study drawings where you will have experimented, but this is the first "main" project where it is intended to, basically, be totally from your imagination. That isn't to say that you shouldn't use different photos as a reference - in fact using "source material" such as photos is a REALLY good thing to do.
You must use pen and ink and watercolor in this project. You must fit as many of the different techniques you've learned of those two media in your project. No, outlining in pen and ink does not count as a technique. Concentrate more on enhancing and refining your use of stipple and hatch. But don't forget watercolor techniques such as wet on wet, rubber cement, wet on dry, salt, etc.
The main inspiration came from thinking about the Surrealist painters of the 1920's. They developed a way of making images where things didn't really make sense to the average viewer, but for the most part they were excellently painted and looked "realistic" even when they were totally made up subjects. Examples can be seenhere. Or, you could search some of my favorite Surrealist painters, which include: Dali, Magritte, and Ernst.
Be sure you are using images that do and do not look "real". Be sure you are combining images in such a way as to not look like they would be that way in "real life". I want your images to look real, but not. Yes, at the same time.