I love clicking on those pictures and seeing that brushwork. Are you going to let those dry before going back into them again? You have not completely covered your preliminary drawing will you cover those areas before attacking what you did to this point?
I will go in and touch up whatever hangs out that bothers me when I next work on the painting. I like the painting pretty much as is, so I will probably leave it brushy and loose. I will hit the painting with retouch varnish first. It is hard to match paint to colors already dry on the canvas, but even harder if that color is dried in.I will also take a long hard look at it in a mirror and see if any faults I missed appear that way.
The other question was:I often do a grisialle outdoors. Often I put about 60% of my session into it. I used Gamblins alkyd medium Galkyd, I thinned it out by about a third. The oil primed panels I make are thirstier than those made with acrylic gesso or that have canvas bonded to them, so I was getting very fast drying times. By the time I finished the grisialle it was pretty much dry, which I like.
I will start a new series of posts tomorrow night, see you then.