|Here it is with the pencil layer turned off...|
|And this is with the pencil layer turned on.|
The one thing rendered at this stage is the chili itself, based on personal photos of my own actual chili batches over the years. Yum!
Then of course most of the stone structure of the bridge has been copied from the pencil rendering, since the detail of the stone shapes and mortar is essentially a linear rather than tonal problem.
But if you look back at the upper image here, it is clear that the value range within the figures is not yet defined, not to mention the detail. Remember: the goal is to eventually make the pencil rendering layer redundant by putting all its information into the painting itself, and to do that mainly by tonal and textural means rather than in a linear way.
Next: Bringing It All Home