These are REALLY cute. I really like what you have going on here.
Is the grid in the top images supposed to be a net or a wire fence? If the latter, I have a hard time believing they could bend it that much. If the former, why are they climbing on it? I guess I just don't quite understand what is going on or what the location is in that first one.
I feel like there should be some sort of support to the bar they are sitting on in the second.
I love the third! Maybe as an artist I just think its the most fun. I would move both the artist and the other two a little bit closer to the center though--I know you should stand far from your subject when drawing, but the middle just feels a bit empty to me.
Those are just my gut reactions. Overall, great work, I really like your designs here.
This is an interesting discussion as the colors for Rapunzel's dress are actually pulled directly out of the reddish/orange stripes in the boys shirt. (I wonder if the added shadows that Lee White pointed out that would fall from the boy onto Rapunzel will help set her in the scene better than adjusting the color?) I will have to see what happens.
I had also tried (while creating this) a few variations on the color of the flowers in her hair but I did not want them to be a perfect match to the colors of her dress - it became a little too matchy-matchy if that makes sense. And I also did want to draw attention to her hair as its what makes her special and magical.
But going back to the color story here - the colors on the horse (and the 6 pointed star shapes) are taken from the city of Chicago flag to help tie it back into the Chicago Lighthouse theme and the boy and his horse being from Chicago. And it just so happens to also tie into what the boy is wearing.
I love how you all are helping me to revisit this piece and challenging me to see this from different points of view! Thank you!!!