Here are the process photos of my demo atKennedy Arton Saturday.
I got in a bit less than two hours painting in all.
In it's final state, you can see that I have darkened the skin tones to reflect how the light had changed in the studio. The ideal situation would be to have controlled artificial light that remains constant through the session, but conditions are rarely ideal and artists should be able to cope with changing light as our predecessors did before the advent of electricity.
I felt that I had gotten Giuseppe's neck a bit wrong, so I will tweak it and tidy up the painting when I get a chance.