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@Braden-Hallett First of all kudos to the great silhouette of the main character with the reflected light on the rock face. What an ingenious way to solve this problem.
I wonder if the perspective of the crater is wonky. With it being raised so much it still reads as a caldera rather than an impact crater. What if you let the background ground extend more past the crater? or flattened the crater a little? I mean it still reads well and I am being a nitpicky ex-science person here...
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@braden-hallett It hasn't been mentioned and I think it would help that perhaps the boy would be singed a bit after all he did grab hold and lift the star into his wagon, and if it has left little glowing parts behind it would have left something on him. I liked more smoke personally.
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@braden-hallett love this!the idea is phenomenal! I d seriously consider giving the boy an animal friend, to share his joy of finding this huge treasure.Shared joy is double the joy!!
or flattened the crater a little?
I think that's probably my best bet! I'll do that
It hasn't been mentioned and I think it would help that perhaps the boy would be singed a bit after all he did grab hold and lift the star into his wagon,
I'm thinking of adding some oven mitts! He definitely would be a tad singed I'll be adding the smoke back in once I've figured a few other things out
I d seriously consider giving the boy an animal friend
Perhaps some terrified wildlife still shocked by the blast from the impact?
If not done it's close to done! I'm gonna put it away for a few days and come back to it
Okay, with some rim light NOW it's done
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@braden-hallett I love seeing how your concept evolved!
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It's been really fun to watch this progress and evolve. The finished piece is significantly better which goes to show that community is kind of awesome.
@jeremiahbrown Definitely a product of this community and my critique group!
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@braden-hallett Love it! That star-shaped hole is a perfect touch!
ruth last edited by
@braden-hallett Brilliant! Love seeing how it all came together. And the kid's manic expression really made me laugh.