However, though I'm confident the new paint on my critical foothold will make it more slippery, and therefore, the climb more hazardous, it's hard to train one's body to not compensate for the increased hazard. So here was my first attempt to illustrate the increased risk of falling:
That was too easy. This day's temperature and humidity made for optimal adhesion between my climbing shoe and foothold. Plus, my instincts for preservation were strong.
Here's my second attempt:
But I think I over-acted, and I was afraid to simulate a genuine fall.
After two more tries I think my dramatization shows would would happen to me on a less than ideal day:
And last, a bit of climbing on a clean rock.