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    This goes back to doing singular focus

    and trying to work just one small area of a plant or object to stand solely on its own as a work of art...it comes down, too often that there is one part, one color, one significant part of a whole which, in the end, either makes or breaks the piece, even on the grandest of scales. And, then again, I could be crazier than a March hare and this is trying to make a silk purse out of a sow's ear. How about some C&C, please?

    This goes back to doing singular focus
    Last edited by MiniChris; 4th April 2011 at 01:05 AM.

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    Re: This goes back to doing singular focus

    Hi Chris,

    My immediate (and rushed) thoughts are;

    If you're going for one thing; the red fern, the strong dark vertical lines in the green background (tree trunks?), conflict/distract.

    I also might clone out, from the bottom left corner; one, two or three of the intruding leaves.

    Must dash,

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    Re: This goes back to doing singular focus

    I like the colours and the backgroubd blur, but I think the blurred red leaves distract from those in focus, and of those some are more so than others.

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