In Part 6, I analyze the painting. Once I know what I need to do to complete it, I get to work making final adjustments to the composition by modifying colors, values and shapes. You can view Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5.
Here's my analysis:
The bottom left line of the main dark value shape needs to be broken a bit more - it looks a little too long and solid to my eye.
I may connect, or imply a connection between the two dark value shapes.
The center of interest on the right side of the painting needs a little lighter value to make it pop better against the dark value shape.
I make the changes and am satisfied that is all I need to complete the painting. I add my signature and call it done. Thanks for watching the process, and I hope it was helpful for you.
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