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    my next environment layout

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    Should work. Add a bit more "paper" to the bottom, so the water is not crowded out of the picture.

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    just a quick update here with a WIP. Any thoughts so far?my next environment layout

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    I agree with Arenhaus, a bit more canvas at the bottom wouldn't hurt. My eyes follow the waterfall down and the painting abruptly cuts off. You might consider adding some object/person(s) of interest down there, too, since that's where the painting's attention inevitably falls. Something more interesting than just rocks and water.

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    Here's my finished piece!my next environment layout

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    Overall its not bad, and has some strong points but there is a basic perspective problem. If we are looking up at the collumns, then we would not see the top of the water. The lip of the watefalls is above our eyeline. The waterfalls as it stands is not very convincing. You need to break up the water so that is not one glassy mass.
    The predominance of blue is overwhelming. Why would the rock and stucture be blue?

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