Hey Sophie, well as I look at this illo I think the general picture feels right. You've paid attention to the shades, the dept with the road and the forest, love the glass of the window. I notice that you have spend time on these details and it serves the painting well!It looks like a very innocent and charming painting! Poor girl, she doesn't have a clue of what is about to come... :(GreetsLeen
Oh, by the way, I just took a little glim's on your website (on studio B, isn't it??), and there is some wonderful work to be seen!! I especially love the beaver!! :)
Very sweet illo. I like the way the flowers frame the lower part. Good job.
Very nice composition! Very sweet indeed. I really don't have anything to say except that you did a really great job on. I agree that the flowers are a wonderful way to frame the picture. Great detail.V
very nice & she looks very sweet...too bad that wolf is near!
Thanks for the encouraging comments!
Great image Sophie! I love the colors. One thing small bit of advice would be to show the scene a few minutes after what you've shown here. Let the viewer see who is behind the door, even if Red Riding Hood can't see who it is yet. It would add tension for young viewers/readers that don't know the story yet.
Nice work Sophie, she looks all innocent and unsuspecting & the path coming up to the door gives depth. I like Stephanie's idea that the tension could be increased by showing the reader the wolf - maybe through the window would work?
Lovely piece. I like the amount of detail you used and the feel of depth with the path. I would take a look at Red though. Her body seems a little too close to the door. Or maybe move the visible part of her legs back a little. She seems a little unbalanced to my eye. Maybe add a little movement to her - standing on one tip-toe, or have her hood blow off. Her skirts blowing back, but nothing else.Overall however, I think you've got a lovely and charming painting here! (the wood on the door is very well done).
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