Lucky or unlucky you decide
chrisaakins last edited by chrisaakins
I haven’t really been able to keep up this month and so I have this half done entry for March. What do you guys think? If I finished this up does it have a clear story and a good composition? Or should I trash it and move on with my life?
I was thinking “Chancy the Rabbit has an unlucky turn of events that may be mitigated by landing in a soft field of clover. His lucky duck sidekick never filed him yet!”
I threw in some items associated with luck…
What can be done to fix this?
(After I submitted it I realized if I could have a black cat in there that caused his swerving off the road, that would be genius but I think that might make the picture too busy and crowded. It already feels crowded to me)
AngelinaKizz last edited by
@chrisaakins go for it. You don’t have anything to lose, by finishing it. I like it, I think the story is better than at the start where his luck had run out and it felt like he was plunging to his demise.