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January 31st, 2007 #1
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Do ask for specific help if you need any, you are sure to get more response and obviously better help!
One big think I would concentrate on is using value effectively, at the moment things are very close in value and perhaps a bit arbitrarily so. Squint and you will see what I mean a bit better. A good guideline to experiment with, but perhaps not be bound to is place a dark object near a light area and a light area near a dark object. Think about a solid lightsource, and how you could use areas to your advantage. You could put the white bunny in shadow, or a darker field. Also, a greater variety of values will add interest; variety is the spice of life after all.
February 2nd, 2007 #3
Ok, thanks for the help! I tried adding more contrast in value, not sure if it's enough though...
I think it felt a little cramped so I added a bit to the sides. Anyone think the foreground tree is awkward or that the picture seems unbalanced? I'm not sure what else to do other than paint in more contrast.