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Re: Robin the Burrow
I'm new, but shouldn't a resubmit say "resubmit" somewhere on the thumbnail so people know to vote again?
Comments on the design: I like the color choices, especially the snake's green emphasizing its shape and it being central to the design. The core of the design is the snake getting yanked, which is a great idea. The snake also has great detail on the scales and how they're stretched around the corners. It has a very nice realistic head also.
The major problem, though, is the other details that *detract* from the snake. It's a great idea to have the bunny using its food as a sword and shield, but in this design it's too small to be easily seen and detracts from the main image - the snake. Same for the carrots in the ground... they're nice carrots, but why bother?
I'd suggest having the bunnies, or one bunny, merely cowering in the corner; exaggerate the snake's "yipe!" expression to be more cartoony (sorry but I don't think a realistic snake head serves you here), and move the robin back a little so the snake's tail bends as sharply as the rest of it does. A sharp bend would also bring the motion back to the robin more. Save the carrot sword idea for a separate design.
Hope this is useful to you.
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