Here is a finished painting called 'Missing', it's about 23cm x 31cm. I called it missing as colour wise I thought it wasn't super strong. It looked really good black and white but I think because most of the little images are composed on one colour it didn't create a strong feel for the eye.(the plant is just green, the coffin is mostly yellow) I mostly look at a few things in my painting visually. first is form, how well the images are drawn, and how well they balance together before colour. Second is idea, do they tell a story, to they work together. This is something I haven't been creating much of the last month as I just want to create without that. Lastly is colour, is it colourful, is it like cotton candy to the eye. All these things makes a good Basco5 painting. So sometimes I create something where it is missing these elements. I think it's also important for me to let go and love mistakes, they are the part that makes me go forward. I tend to get really stuck on routine, it is something I'm always battling with.