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    i did some thumbnails, i guess... im trying to improve would like some input, thank you. (ps. i know the first 3 are really bad and dont have enough contrast)

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    You're right about the first three. Why not add some foreground elements in a darker value. That'll improve the 1-2-3 read. (Foreground, middle ground, background)

    Number 4 is a bit difficult to read, is the mountain in the background or in the middle ground? In number 5 you have a nice read. Although I'm kinda missing a good background read, it still works. Number 6 is my favorite. The only thing missing is a good foreground element and some darker values. Maybe add a big ol' evergreen tree to the left. Like you did in number 5.

    I think that'll improve it

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    i had to do some more, these are really fun!

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