Second part of the underpainting process. I basically redid all of the steps as illustrated by the first part. However, redoing a painting was a helpful process, as I know was a bit more comfortable with the feeling of the paint, as well as how the brush and paints would react with the turpenoid. I was able to be a lot thinner in regards to the paint, and in turn got a more solid painting. Considering I would be painting the colors over this underpainting, it would be useful to keep the underpainting fairly thin when possible.