Moving right along. Would you want to try this: Put a little of the warm light from the sky into the reflection on the side of the vehicle—it won't look out of place, and the color-contrast will pop out the arm a bit more. I like where it's headed, almost there.
Suggest a touch of shadow from the hand on the ground below it?
Jeff beat me to the punch already. Busy as heck recently with AJ's 11th birthday (can you believe it!!??), did you miss me?
ok, I tried to post a comment and it didn't show, so I will try again.If it were my picture, I would add a much darker shadow on the arm, and a sharper highlight edge. Everything is looking great but due to how strong your light sorce is and shadows etc on the other stuff, the arm looks flat comparatively.
It is great to watch this develop!I noticed how you switched from left arm, in the first version, to right arm, in the "New Arm" post. which would also mean you rolled the victim over onto it's stomach. while i had a hard time imagining how the victim would fit, and if facing forward with that much arm sticking out the elbow should bend, but without being so OCD it looks better and "deader".
Are you supposed to feel sorry for the murder victim in mystery tales?Because your picture makes me feel sad for the victim, murdered in her car in the middle of a ransacked mess.
Shadow from the arm sounds good,warm light from sky in side of vehicle- check, highlights- yeah baby yeah. I am confident all this would have been in the last touches, great to be getting such great feedback from the support team. Sheila with her background in forensics would be good too. Go Steve go.
Liking the more dusk-like tones and am agreeing with the comments above.
Thanks for all that good stuff. I'm going to be wrapping it up in the next couple of days and all your comments will be taken into account.Thanks all.
I have enjoyed watching this grow. Great work and I love the title!!
Thanks Pamela, I'm going to finish up tomorrow so I hope you check back.
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