Continuing work on the first pass.
I don’t approach all of my paintings in exactly the same way. Some are done start-to-finish in just one sitting, and some have a black-and-white underpainting followed by successive color layers.
This painting will be a series of “passes” – rough approximations to get some basic information down, followed by greater detail and correction. For instance, the carafe of wine has hundreds of cut facets. It would be a substantial piece of work to paint all of that detail while trying to control the color of the wine in the carafe. However, by painting the wine and the general shape of the glass first and letting it dry, it becomes much simpler to paint the detail on top.
I hesitate to show paintings at this point when I approach them with multiple passes. So much of what you see now is not what the final painting will be. But, it establishes a solid foundation for the finished piece.