So cute!! I want to know more about the story of this! I like the color pallet that you chose for the dark side! Also the slight touches of high light some where here and there! It made the piece even greater!! This is something that I learned recently,and I think it will be worth to try on your piece. I heard that instead of using black outlines, you can use slight darker color of the objects for the outline. Sorry for the confusing grammar...Hope you a great summer!
Briton I love it!!! I like the color palette you chose and how they are slightly muted to get an old newsprint kind of feeling. One thing I think that could help the piece is the wall behind them. Maybe add more of a brick texture to it and darken the value more. I feel like the value right now is really close to the sky and the grass. I thought it was a hill at first and had to stare for a few minutes before I realized it was a wall. I also love how you drew the grass! I love it!
So cute! I love it! The little foliage marks on the tree are just lovely and the poses of the kids are great! I agree with what DaLynn said about adding some more detail to the wall, since it is a bit unreadable right now. I would also say to add a bit more variance in chroma. Even if you want to keep it mostly muted, I think cranking up the saturation in a few small spots could be nice.
I love your style; the stylization of your characters is adorable, and I love your parallel strokes. I see that there is a narrative going on, but I'm not sure what it is. Honestly, if you gave a description of what was going on that would be fabulous. Also, Aladdin's hat looks like it is about to fall off; maybe just position it so it looks more stable.
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