For Parts 1- 5 see previous posts on making this painting.
So here is the painting from beginning to end. I'm supplying a bit of a narrative about what happened in each stage. This painting was was not "thought" out, but each move was a response to what was there. In the narrative I'm describing what I see from looking at the photo of the stage.
There was no real plan, except to respond to the initial colour choices and marks made haphazardly at the beginning.
Stage 1: a painting I was not happy with that I decided to paint over:
Stage 2: I chose and mixed some colour to start with and covered as much as the first painting as I needed to in order to start fresh and loose.
Stage 4: more warm colour black, white and grey. More graphic/drawn elements.
Stage 5: Calm it down bring it together, cover some of the black and the red with grey, and white, bring up some of the yellow.
Stage 6: Bring in blue, calm down the reds and orange, bring it all together even more by breaking up the black more.
Stage 7: Bring it way down in brightness, bring in finer graphic elements. See what happens, then go from there.
Stage 8: Warm up the cold yellows, liven up some of the dull parts to bring back life and movement.