Tick-Tock Bathroom scenes
I have a couple of scenarios for the bathroom scene in my book. The top one is flipped because I realized that it's partner page would be cut off if I didn't change the position. Of course, now the turtle on the rug is backward and the picture doesn't look as good to me. Maybe I can just shrink the other a bit. ANYWAY, the top two are my newest version. I didn't really like the lower one-especially the clock but, now, I kind of like the lower version but still not crazy about that clock. Maybe I should combine different elements. I work long and hard and don't think I can do another change but then, I still see things wrong and need o fix them. I am, however getting closer to feeling done. Seems like I have been working on this forever but, I am learning a lot. It looks primitive and crooked and the colors might be odd combos but I'm starting to feel good about it so I know I'm getting close to the end. I'm also ready to start learning some digital so I can make fixes without redrawing everything over and over again Thank goodness for graphite paper and my copy machine as tools or it would be even longer. Sorry this is long. I am ready (and a little afraid) for your professional inputs Thanks!
Rich Chabot last edited by
@Marsha-Kay-Ottum-Owen I like the comp in the bottom piece so the idea of combining the turtle clock with the bottom piece would look good. Would give the bathroom that underwater kid decor.
Christine Garner last edited by
I think the angle and composition in the lower piece is working well, I think If you do what Rich suggests and also keep the green tiles around the wall as that brings it together as a nice colour scheme for the bathroom and looks friendlier than the blank wall.
@Christine-Garner thanks. That's kind of what I was thinking. Thanks so much.
Lee Holland last edited by
I do agree with what people have said. love the angle you have on the bottom piece. well done.