Work in progress. It’s an effort at arriving at a method of defining hierarchies of colour. Alright, on one level this is a very simple thing – all in the image is essentially of an earthy tone except for the man of steel. This is enabled by the fact that the action in the image is a stand-alone element, cut off from the environment. I’ve chosen to make it this simple. What would happen if I wanted to set up an actual colour scheme for the background, the environment? What I’m trying to do is figure out what the likes of Jon Foster are doing when they set their colours against one another in an organised chaos of harmony. When it works it is totally invisible.