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    Input...morrre input...

    Heyyy...

    I´m pretty new around here and need some advice on this one...
    Any ideas, sugestions or modifications I need to do.

    Thanks for looking, see ya...

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    I think you should rework her legs so she lookes more steady. Feels like she's about to fall to our right. The legs also lookes a bit to fat and missformed.. maby you could(compositionwice) avoid covering the house with the gate in that way.. She has a weird twisted face and thats cool but since her right eye is not meeting her nose the same way as her left eye does she lookes just made with bad proportions unless you twist it even more so it becomes clear that she is a real twisted little girl(sorry if i'm unclear.. hard to explain.)

    I like the tim burton feel of the pic.. good luck.. and maby add some grass or stones,details whatever on the ground...

    It's the sketchbook.. I don't get the html stuff
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    Totally clear dude, saw it all but didn´t see it...yet haha.

    Gonna work on it, see ya...

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    Sorry one more thing... What does she do there? Is it her mansion? Is she with us and we're about to enter.... I guess it's her mansion... Than if it's her mansion, does she keep us from getting in or welcoming us... By her expression I would say she is welcoming us(with a:welcome to my hell smile)...
    But should'nt then the gate be open?(and if so,, we could conviniently see the mansion clear from this view)..

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    I agree on the gate, perhaps you should use the gate to frame the mansion.

    She doesn't quite feel like she's part of the environment, although that is probably just be the stage that the painting is at. I agree that you may want to adjust her so she's standing more firmly on the ground. Her stance should be a little wider if she's managing to hold up that scythe. Although there is a lot of moonlight, she seems to be too brightly lit, though that could be because she is possibly little bit too evenly lit. I don't know what you have planned for the piece as it progresses, but you may want to block in some compositional elements to soften those sharp corners at the edge of the painting in the foreground.

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    I forgot to add that I like it :-)

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    Rihana: Thanks, been busy on it while you where here. I know about the to even light and the hard edges, gonna work on that.
    Still finding out how to paint with PS...but I´ll tweak it till it´s GOOD haha...

    Here´s the update...

    See ya.

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    Very cool work. I'm liking where this is going.

    The thing I would add to it, would probably be some shadows around the gates and the girl as well where they meet the ground. And the fencing towards the right still appears bare. I have a thing about filling empty places. It does however direct more view towards the girl and the mansion. Maybe also some pools or drops of blood on the ground from the blade?? Just some thoughts.

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    Johanerik: Was doing it while you where typing this haha, thanks

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