Thank you! This one is a little plain on-screen, because the whole point actually is the dimensionality of the piece - the green band of paper incomes forward by about a third of an inch, so it looks more interesting in real life.
Haha, it's a little difficult to figure out what to do with cut-paper pieces that haven't been specifically commissioned, because I don't really have a place to store them until/if I sell them. IRL, this one is currently sitting on my dresser atop a pile of art stuff. XD
Eee, thanks! I've been trying to play around with more interesting shadows/lighting in my digital work lately, since my cut-paper pieces tend to have neutral lighting, so I thought I should try to experiment more with traditional stuff too.