1. For my first composition study, I've decided to take a look at a background from Disney's Lilo and Stitch. The emphasis is clearly seen on Lilo and Nani's house, which is the first thing you'll easily notice, of course. There's also a lot of economy used with trees and the mountains, and some continuity for the dirt path leading up to the house.
Some of the trees are palm while others are birch, giving some variety to the pic.
2. The second one for today is a waterfall background from Disney's Pocahontas. Now, the first thing I notice is the economy used, from much of the mountain and the rock formations, and even those tree leaves in the foreground. But what especially impressed me is the rhythm and balance this piece has. The two giant stones are on the opposite sides of each other, giving symmetrical balance, as well as the rhythm of the rock formations, with smaller stone platforms on the middle and sides, with the two giant stones in between them. I also see a smooth, lumpy rhythm within the mountain cliff itself, and the tree leaves on the top left to help balance out the rocky cliff on the top right.
3. I have no clue where this is from, I'm sure someone will tell me. Anyway, the first thing I notice is the boy being lost in the forest, but this pic has a variety in the light to dark transition, with the boy being in the middle. There's lots of economy, repetition and continuity within the trees in this picture, and I can even see a rhythm going from fewer trees on the left side to more trees on the right side.