Fragg: Looking good. I see what you're trying to aim for. I would suggest showing her right foot if you can?
Helio: Thanks for the pointer with the "sunny spot". I was a little blind to it being a focal point of sorts so I'm now taking that into the equation. Regards to your own idea, have you looked at it from greyscale? Perhaps this'll clarify your lights and darks for you a little better?
Aldodark: Cheers man. I think your idea works better the other way- tribesmen, lightning then storm god seeing as the tribesmen are calling up the god.
Aonodori: Yeah, I agree with smolin it works better your original way :)
Oaodh: Art is always about simpicity mate. Its best to work with only 2 colours and use a 3rd as your accent.
Jaytea: Hi, thanks for the advice. I've been moving the structure around constantly trying to find the balance I'm looking for. Still not quite there, though I feel I'm getting there. Regarding your own idea, i think the cloud directly infront of your characters needs to go or at least toned down. There's a nice contrast between lights and darks working throughout your idea.
Aceoni: Looking good. Not too sure what you're aiming for. Looking forward to seeing more.
Jojamamida: I hope you make the deadline.
CareldeWinter: leave it a day or two and then you'll know if its done or not. Personally, I'd say yes- YOU'RE DONE!!!!!
Noahbradley: Looks good. I'd move your character more to the left and leaning into the picture rather than out of the picture. That way you're bringing the eye back into your work.
So I've flipped my painting horizontally just to get feedback on whether or not it works better this way- looking for balance. Currently I'm targeting the foreground structure and the clouds. I'm planning on changing the hub area to show more of the city + I think I'll need to curve areas a little to work with the background area. The "bridge" section, I'm still toying with. Feedback/suggestions on improving encouraged.