Samanthie - thanks
werepumpkin - I normally do foreground and background at roughly the same time. For some reason, it so happened that I did most of the foreground first in this one, not sure why. And I suppose I’m rendering from mid-tones to extremes; so greys first, dark purples second, light reds / oranges last.
Xeophex - Thanks for your comments. The lighting was just an experiment on the JPG, the original is still the same. I don’t like the warm light either, so I’m not going to keep it. I’ll owrk on the crow soon and see what I can do.
Zephyri - I don’t really have patience, that’s why it’s taking me so long. Glad you like it, and the woman is equally glad she can now look left and right without twisting her whole body.
beelow - Thanks. I’ll probably keep with the original colours, but who knows.
Pat Piper - I think when I get some detail on the people that might bring out the focus. Cheers for dropping by.
omer-n - Entering, leaving, I’ll let you make your own mind up - I always think art is better when the story is left to the viewer. Thanks.
Xeophex - Creepers are a-coming! I’ll do them near the end when I’m tightening up the detail
Nikolay - thanks
RedSquirrel - I’ll be giving the characters a bit of colour soon, but not too much. I want to retain a subdued atmosphere. Thanks for commenting.
MrFreeman - Thanks. Yes, hopefully I’ll submit this when I’m done
paperclip - Me too. It’ll be changed back, honest
sean-a-murray - Thanks. I’ll have a look at the woman’s proportions soon. Maybe she’s deformed. Most of the women I associate with are, in one way or another, so maybe that’s why
robinchyo - This is probably the first piece I’ve done without dramatic lighting - I’m resisting any strong light to keep the atmosphere. It’s hard, but I’ll manage it!