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Old 05-08-2018, 05:42 PM
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ntl: which is the better composition?

Three images of a scene. Which is the better composition? Which do you like best? Why? I plan to do this in oil paint, and it will probably have the person with back to viewer in it, as in drawing 3. Should the painting be in color or greys? I want the mood to be tense, frightening... How can I improve this? C&C appreciated.
1) watercolor 9x12"

2) water soluble graphite 6x9"

3) graphite 5x7" This is the most complete image, and what I want to portray. Is it the best composition? Size will probably be 11x14"
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