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    The Mackrel Slip...

    First a rough picture,no detail, just suggested form....The Second Picture is part of the first,I cropped it because I thought that part looked more interesting .
    I have started to put some detail in on the steps and the vegatation...and coloured in some distant stuff to just get the feel of it....Quite a change from the original Idea, but thats how I work,and often use the bit that comes out best... seemed like a good plan...Jack.
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    Cropped version of the above...

    I cropped this bit off and continued the progress,any thoughts???...Jack.
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    Interesting evolution Jack.

    I think it is a good choice to crop, as an option. However, I would reduce the height/size of the steps to the right. In this larger context they have gotten noticeably impossible for a person to use. They look feet high. Either that or you are going to need more large things in that foremost area to give it a reasonable context.

    Other than that it's a really cool and well created scene. Lots to look at.
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    The cropped version is great, but I liked the original, fuller version as well. Looks like the "uncut" version could take forever to finish.

    All in all, another visually appealing piece!
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