- Based off of the brainstorming and inspiration artist went from trying to connect both compositions into one whereas he still didn't focus on which was working in the first composition.
- Artist went back to the first composition and used it as inspiration for itself whereas he just flipped the piece and created his composition that was the "Deposition" by Caravaggio to an extent and added a new source of inspiration which is conducting a 2-D non objective piece into a visual 3-D view towards the audience.
- The use of triangles and implied triangles support the minor movement which connects back to the Caravaggio painting, as well as supports the major movement throughout the composition.
- The visual weight at the top left portrays the shade background from the "Deposition" that pushes down on the piece create weight and moves the viewers eyes back down towards the focal point.
- The inner tube that starts from the bottom left help starts the major movement and moves the viewers eyes towards the combination of 2-D, and 3-D shapes being used.
- Focal point is strong and is noticeable but not the point it takes away from the visual movement.
- A small portion of repetition may still need to be implemented.
- The use of 3-D, and 2-D shapes is the artist's strongest point his weakest would be the use of repetition so that the variety of the different shapes will not stand out from one another whereas the variety should create a unity and they should all connect back to one another thus creating the major movement.
- The use of the 3-D material shapes helps the artist piece connect with the viewer and they feel as though the shapes are in the round and can be viewed from different angles instead of just the flat surface