quote KahariusDude that sounds perfect. I'll try experimenting more with a different stock this time but go for a similar style.
As for colors, Raz is, unsurprisingly, spot on. Try either changing your background colours or using a different background altogether so that it complements your focal point. Here's a small tip. You can sample two colours at a time, right? Sample a dark one and a light one from the stock image itself, and try implementing those in your background. I use that quite often, usually to good effect.
quote IscariotYeah that's right, I could experiment setting it somewhere along the sides and see what I can come up with.Dilute, have you considered setting the stock somewhere that's not dead-center? you'd have a lot more space on one end or the other depending on where you move her.
not fond of those red bubbles in the background myself. the colors are too dark to really make anything out, but I see some sort of buildings behind the stock. colors could use some blending. you've got dark crimson, hints of green, blue, and orange. some sort of base theme would go a long way in adding a sense of uniformity to the piece.
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