With pastels I can just walk away when I'm finished. I've been using vinyl gloves lately so even cleaning my hands has been easier. I didn't like using finger covers or the old rubber gloves. You need to feel the pastels. I've found these "hospital" gloves much better for that. I have been using liquid gloves, a cream, that protect the hands. It is good but you need to stop once in a while, wash the hands and re-apply.
I did use gloves with the oils, too. I'm using the walnut based oils from M. Graham. https://mgraham.com/artists-colors/oil-color/ (The linseed oil in regular oil paint gives me a headache.) They are a little bit softer, the colors seem to soak into each other a bit more. I had to add more highlights after the painting sat for a while. They do have a medium with alkyd which I will try next time. To speed drying and merging layers. I think that would help the colors to sit on top of each other better.
The view is across the street/road from here. I stood in the open garage again. Good to be in the shade for me. I really like the light through the trees and try to capture that. Some artistic license was used to move things around for the composition. I see I didn't sign it ... oops.