Not quite as much dark dark as I had originally planned but of course, dark can always be added. I like the repeated patterns...the oval in the basket repeated in the purse handles, the verticals repeated in stair rails and the bolts and the quilt. If I hadn't watched Donna Zagotta's pre-planning in her video I know it would not have been such a strong design.
I definitely will go and read more about pouring now as I really do like the "light" that the pour provides. And the very cool color mixing that happens. I feel the painting "invites you in".
I stuck to three colors (all Winsor Newton) ...auroleon yellow, cobalt blue and permanent rose (with a little ultramarine blue added in the darkest areas). Oranges and greens are all mixed from that triad. It is a quarter sheet size of Arches cold press 140#. I am happy about most of the shapes. But I will have to go back and look it in a day or so. Do you do that too? Sometimes it seems like another painting a few days later. I also like to look at it in a mirror and upside down.