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Old 24-03-2011, 05:02 PM   #11
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Agreeing with elgama about the lights. They stand out a bit too much. Perhaps consider using more like light shafts and get a bit like light-dark-light-dark across the perspective, leading the eyes towards the sand monster. But I like the fact that you work with the smooth transitions, but that could come from the sand in a cool way But perhaps those towers are more like lighthouses, and in that case a large booming like like the one you have should be there...

Scrap and sand sound like a good combo, hinting towards buildings having been swept across previously...

Planet is a pretty nice idea. Not necessary though in my account. Try finding a good position for it and something that might create some creative light or form in the composition
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