Separating as many paint layers as possible according to the composition was necessary in order to keep control of future individual adjustments. I finished all the layering with a basic neutral lighting and turned off the line layer (Fig.11 & Fig.12).
I then began refining the folds on the dress, the lighting on the woman and tree, and added leaves on the ground (Fig.13).
At this point, it became important to readjust the general darkness and color saturation on all the layers, and I continued developing the details and light on the dress. I was starting to have a better idea of what the final image was going to look like, but there was still a long way and many adjustments to go (Fig.14).