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    Heeey! First post on this forum I think. I've been meaning to participate in this contest for ages, but never really gotten around to it. Anyways, I sortoff liked the topic, so why not.

    Eeeh.. Yea.. I dont really have a good idea tho! But.. I don't care x) Here's my sketch. What I was wondering was, is the character too much of a focus? All the scribbles above the arches will be a mosaic of sorts (based on the legend).

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    Hey Valtam!
    I don't think the bird is too much in focus, and welcome to these forums! (:

    Here's mine
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    Jarkuzy: You need to raise the horizon line waayy up. Either that or redraw everything else. The perspective was better in the previous version. You have a really cool design going on though. Looking forward to see how this progesses.
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    Whoops, indeed!
    Thanks for pointing that out zelda_geek :p
    I'll edit my previous post with the change
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    whoa jarkuzy that is nice!
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    Wait, does this have to be literally the place where the birdies wash themselves or is it just a place with their symbols all over?
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    z0iks, it's up to you but I think it'd be more fun if it was literally the place where the birdies take their bath.
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    Here's my idea... I really need to figure out how to do these environments!?! Good work so far, reminds me of elegant victorian architecture - Joseph Paxton crystal palace kinda stuff. Funnily enough, when that building was built, it attracted lots of Sparrows and Pidgeons, so to manage it they got Hawks, but then couldn't get rid of those!
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    Dont know if I will have the time to finnish this before the deadline, but critique are highly welcome!

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    Corrick Excellent concept corrick been able to solve the interior idea before I did you got my vote hate to say but the geezbo in the middle of the backgrounds feels like it dont fit I dont know maybe move it slighty more to the right
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    Corrick Looks really solid. Right hand side pedestal / bath should probably mirror the left one (?) it seems too low to me. I think the lighting totally sells it.

    I've added colour, not sure I want to do anything else to it!
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