- Artist response from his first draft has a huge hiatus between the two whereas the best way to have had to response was to slowly take steps from constructions that were already working and had potential. The new concept now needs new forms of brainstorming and is a waste of time.
- Response does create a focal point whereas the first composition does not have one.
- Focal point in this composition still does not connect back to "Deposition" by Caravaggio whereas the focal point was on the mid bottom left on the image plain.
- Use of new shapes "swirls" help create the major movement and connects back to the objective whereas the "Deposition" does the same.
- Use of changing the background color helps create a brighter contrast for the foreground colors and the temperature of the brighter red on the dark "burgundy" red brings out the hue a lot better in comparison to the first composition.
- Use of background within the composition portrays there is no background.
- The balance between the 2 hues create a unity when they reach the focal point from their proximity in the beginning thus helping the movement.
- Loses variety whereas the first composition had much to choose from