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  • Thank you very much for the helpful feedback - here's the new one...

     

    I do see your point with all the gratouitous partial nudity. Fighting half naked in the snow does not make a hell of lot of sense.

     

    How did one describe the image in a german forum: "Old man's fantasies from the early eighties".

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    17 hours ago, Carstenm said:

    How did one describe the image in a german forum: "Old man's fantasies from the early eighties".

    :D

     

    one thing that caught my eye immediately:

     

    one of the mountains in the background just scratches the underside of the dragons neck, a good example of a staging mistake. either make the mountain lower, so there's a good amount of space between it and the neck, or make the mountain a good bit higher, so its tip is cut off by the neck. in general avoid stuff in the fore- and background being to close to each other, intersections are fine, just make them obvious then.  same goes for the mountain between her legs, either make it much lower, or move it a bit to the left or the right. i'd just make it much flatter and also move it a little to the right, so it's not centered between her legs.

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    I agree with everything Everfresh has said.  I also think if the camera was lower and slightly angled up into the characters you'd have a more powerful shot.  Play around with subtle camera positions - they can make a huge impact.  Read more about this in regards to film making.

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    1 hour ago, Carstenm said:

    And here comes the queen of the Nile...

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    i like that one as lot. 2 lighting-related things:

     

    1. her right foot is a bit blown out

    2. her right arm position is a bit hard to read because most of it is in the shadows. maybe adjust the lighting a bit or adjust the position of her arm.

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