Just checked out Amy’s Web site. Thanks for the tip on that. Yours are interesting subjects, the pairing is great. Detail is compelling. Setting the figures in the diorama with the back drop is ambitious and well thought out. The detail in the diorama appears to scale, realistic depiction and high level skill. Did you commission the outfits from Amy? Or are they a montage of her stuff? Either way they look really good. The one thing I would say though is the photography does not reflect what you appear to have. The figures are blurry in some, the poses are somewhat dynamic but try twisting the torso one way and the head in the opposite direction now and then. Shoot from below and above not just straight on and light for shadows. Try some black and white or other digital filters. Zoom in and out so all the shots are not the same scale. Like the one where you zoom into the hunters torso. You have cool work there, and please don’t take this the wrong way, the detail is the art form and you have it, the presentation is how we see your art.
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