It's in the 90% finished range, I think. But I'm putting it aside to let my mind settle on it a bit, and evaluate if whether or not that last 10% is necessary or if just redundant. We'll see.
I don't have a title, yet. This piece is coming from the same place as the other "Untitled" work is with all the colored banding. But this work is pooling a biomechanical-like mess of ink fields and markings that coalesce into a picture that feels like the surface of a pool, with a backlog of spirits and elfs poking through the fields of ink marks and lines. I know it's hard to see at this size, but this piece is 24x24". It isn't about emphasizing recognizably apparent beings. It's more about sensing a subtle presence in the MESS. I treat every inch as if it's breathing. If this painting were a living thing, what would it be doing?
Update, March 19, 2010: I've decided to call this piece "Willow".