IS the composition working ok on this?
You're sick. You hear me? Sick! Ok, on to the composition... I think you should add a bit more space on the right side, so that the main action is more or less centered. Also I'd try to work some interesting detail into the background rather than just muddy blobby shapes. Careful with the giraffe proportions too.
Please study giraffes a little. Even if it's meant to be a cartoon (because I wasn't sure), you should know where to emphasize and where not to.
Especially pay attention to the size of the head and the thickness of the neck, as well as the size of the thigh compared to the ribcage/chest.
Ok Played around with the background some more as well as redlined the giraffes. Are the proportions better? The complete anatomy doesn't need to be exact since this is a demonic version of a giraffe rather than an actual giraffe.
I am still toying with the lighting and layout.
Yes the proportions are definitely better. I would still reduce the slope of the backside a little as it seems a bit too strong currently. The legs are also about as long as the neck from the elbow down, so they could use a little extra length but I guess that's a nitpick.
As for the lighting, I think you could widen the range of values you're using, more towards black and more towards white.
I'm curious to see where you'll take this though. It seems quite a disturbing image.
I have been concentrating more on the environment before working on the giraffes themselves. The bodies of the damned shall be tied to the 'limbs' of the rock formations. I am thinking the background light will be coming from a distant magma pool (suggested not shown). Definitely liking this better then the previous stage.
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