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    The value of the green makes it too innoculous...

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    Nice root network. I like the feel of it like looking out of a dark cave. On the bottom right there is a lot of ambiguous detail, It's not well defined and It doesn't show what's going on. I want to see what's down in that corner because the composition of the piece pushes the eye towards it. Then it leave it hanging by not providing enough detail. I know the focal point is the green sprout but it's too light and hard to see as it is.

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    OK. I will keep working on the bottom.

    I think I keep having problems with the greens, perhaps I do have enough greens variety, I will work on that.

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