Thanks everyone for the input! I always appreciate good critique. To get the ice sculpture, I simply put the appropriately colored statues on their own layer and made that layer transparent. So, I'm not sure how I'd adjust that. And I agree it is a lot of mountain, but, because of the screens around it, I don't think there's much else I could do with just this screen and still work Bitter Mountain the way its supposed to in Time for the Crown.
@justin-I will take your space concerns with the blue lynels into consideration. This screen is from a quest under construction, so I haven't got to the point of balancing all the enemies out. Thanks for pointing it out, though!
As for my excellent competition:
Joelmacool12: Looks very nice. The purple water up topped tricked my eye at first and it took me a little while to realize what it was, but that's probably mostly because I'm not familiar yet with how the different tilesets depict different things . Once I realized it was a lake, I saw your screen in proper perspective and have no complaints! Very nicely done.
bmc10011: This looks like a cold dungeon! Wondering if those arrows on the floor mean that Link will slide only in those directions, hmm... . Looks like the kind of dungeon I could have fun getting lost in .
Dwarlen: I am so looking forward to playing the Bordale Wood when you get it finished, brother.
Lunaria: No cookies for me, I guess, I have no clue what the music may be haha. Anyway, I like the layout of the screen. The blue mountains and glowing rocks (if that's what they are) make me think this is some kind of foreign, magical world .
Again, good job everyone and thanks for sharing the pictures!