As of August 14, the mural crew has filled in most of the remaining colors on the wall. This means that they must apply a second coat - second coats are necessary because the color will not last for very long with a single coat. The first coat often also has small white spots (small indentations in the wall where the brush did not fully apply the color), so the students also need to correct those.
Alan, Gregg, Julia and Aaseia apply second coats.
The crew is utilizing both of the scaffolding on opposite ends of the mural (and a ladder in the middle) to tackle errors.
An example of the white spots that sometimes remain in the first coat.
Removing errors like these is an example of one of the final steps in completing a mural, which means the students' work will soon be done.