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Snakefrog - created by DanielaOwergoor

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I hope I have understood the idea ...


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Nikkayla: (5 years and 1442 days ago)

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avatar CMYK46
CMYK46 says:

Good blend, but the background hues are too close to your creature's...try to make it stand out more.

avatar Lamantine
Lamantine says:

Really nice! Blending is very good; maybe you would like to add some orange or teal tint to the image just to create a mood, but that's just IMO Good luck anyway!

author says:

Thank you for the comments guys!

I arranged the BG, I gave it a certain distance ... Hope I have been good!

avatar CMYK46
CMYK46 says:

Author, I don't see any difference.
EDIT: Looks much better now IMO.

avatar MossyB
MossyB says:

The frog-snake is too similar in tone to the grassy background. Perhaps a wee bit of a warming filter on the background to give it a hint of a color difference...

avatar aheman
aheman says:

the frog-part is too sharp compared to the snake part, should be the same sharpness, then will it look a whole.

To make the picture more interesting, should let it coil-up a prey... etc. The background cannot bring out the creature as the main focus.

The legs, to me, is not necessary

avatar robvdn
robvdn says:

I disagree with all of the above!

Great blending, great find of sources and great thinking about the colors. This would be a species that would benefit from having colors which blend in the surroundings. Good entry!

author says:

Guys, thank you for all the tips! So many that I even lost on what I should change.
So let's share:

MossyB & Lamantine: BG, I left in a lighter green than the creature.
Really everything was matched before, but I have not changed much, ok? Thanks!

CMYK: what I'd done before was to cut the top of the sky, sorry, I had not really changed the tone, I've forgot that. But now, yes! Thanks!

Aheman: the sharp decrease of the frog's head, I hope you can see the difference. But I decided to keep the little leg, I thought it would be a way to be different ... But thank you!

author says:

Rob: Thank you for approving the work the way it was, but at some points I had to agree with people above.
However, I hope that the changes have not been much disapproved by you, after all, are still consistent. Thank you!

avatar Drivenslush

Nifty!!! (and that's all I gots to say. hehehe)

avatar jeddazen
jeddazen says:

i love it and find it very believable... but would have liked to see it on rocks... more the place you might expect to find a rough scale critter ilike this

avatar Draco
Draco says:

It really does look like a new species, GL!

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