I'll definitely have to touch-up the chef as I need to rework the background around him. There really isn't enough contrast between the background yellow and the fleshtone. I'll probably mix the yellow with a touch of white to help create more contrast, but also because the yellow is so transparent, it doesn't cover anything! So, sketchy pencil lines are still visible after several coats, not to mention painted lines that are no longer needed. That's why you see patches of white around the figure - those are areas that needed to be covered (the big splotches of white, however, are future vegetables - and there'll be a lot more of them).
I always like seeing the panel in a photograph because "issues" are clearly visible (they're not as obvious when you're staring at the panel close-up). My goal isn't necesarrily to have a completely anatomically correct figure - especially since the chef is quite a "character" - but there are often things that bother me and seeing a photo often helps me identify them. Oh, and I know he only has half of a mustache. No point in painting the other half until the background gets reworked.
|Again, details will be adjusted and sharpened - but you get the idea.|