I went back to the painting. Everything was bone dry. I realized that I'd divided the painting in half with cool colors on one side and warm colors on the other so had to integrate that with the boxes more. Anyway, here's where I'm at right now...waiting for the paper to dry again so I can remove the miskit (but a few more boxes to do before that happens).
One good thing about painting with this taped to the wall in the basement/garage is that I'm always walking around there and can look over and see things I might not see if I was painting on it - because I forget to step back and look as much as I stand close and paint!
I have another painting I'll start this coming week - the deck chairs have been tweaked and revised and I took the photo on a cd to have it printed out poster size so I can just trace it onto my tracing paper and then get it onto my watercolor paper and then paint it - it's going to take a while and I want to be careful with the lines so I'll do that while waiting for Four and Twenty to dry in between paintings.
A tip Nick Simmons shared in his workshop: When working with fluid acrylics and wanting to get that fresh paint look back, just spray the whole sheet of paper (when the acrylics are dry) and look at it again - it rejuvenates the look of it and you get that look of just putting down the paint.