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    Post Critique wanted

    Any would be appreciated! It's a foresty area with my character "Straws" the scarecrow holding a leetle mouse. Thanks in advance.

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    You might want to add some more detail in the foreground to separate it from the bg.

    Cute!

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    Firstly the sun is rather small. That's easily remedied. I'd recommend making the line you've used to define the mountain range lighter. Tonally it should be something that's only 25% black or thereabouts. Ideally lighter than the sky immediately above it anyway.

    As for the foreground, the grass nearest the trees is more defined than the grass nearer the scarecrow. That's something that needs addressing too.

    You could also add light lines to the nearest fence where the sun would be hitting it.

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    Hi and this is cute, your character is being over powered by the big fence in the middle and the scene it's self. He needs to be more defined, very blurry and muddy right now - focus on this little chap first then on the scene - Hope this helps - I would lose that extra fence or cut it down in size also I would either move the little guy back or add more foreground so he does not get lost and is more of the focal point... K

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