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    Same environments sounds good to me. Maybe we can work with a similar color palette or a single but important color (example: the girls clothes are red in every pic) too.

    Environment: Maybe a street in the poorest part of a city, but forest sounds cool too.

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    I was thinking of doing a more cartoony, expressive style. The same environment and color palette idea sounds good to me. I think the idea have having the environment being in a contemporary poor part of the city is good, it is unique and interesting. I really like the idea of find the egg in a garbage can like Monika said. Do you guys want to go ahead and do something like that?

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    it sounds great to me!

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    Great

    Then the thing left is the color palette. Sice It's a childrens Book, I would use warm colors, something like yellow, red, brown and warm grey.

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    Yeah, you're right Skorpi, we must definately use warm colours... I was thinking about similar colours to the ones used in this (great!!!) picture: LINK I love that contrast between warm oranges and cold blues. We could use warms to create the girl and the background would be more cold, think its a nice way to separate character from the background (and the character is still the most important)

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    Great, I think that will work
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    sketchy time! my first rough doodle, anatomy&proportions are a liiiitle bit off.

    And what about that google wave thing?

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    That color scheme looks good to me. I'll try to do some sketches tonight.

    Also I just started a Google Wave for us. I haven't used it very much before but it seems pretty easy.

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    @monika: I really like the scene. It tells a story

    I tihnk the google wave works well, thank ou for the invitation Liffey

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    Nice sketch Monika. I think the girl should look more surprised though.

    I'll upload my sketch tonight.

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    wooow, Liffey, that sketch looks awesome!

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    @liffey: Thet looks really cool, I like your style.

    I finished the outlines, I'll colorate it with wather color ( and then i have to retouch some mistakes )

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    Here is my composition sketch... sorry for not being too active the last couple days. Been trying to get my finals out of the way.

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