*ryky Nice, I never thought about using sharpen. Normally what I'd do to sharpen something is start at twice the size I want the image, and once I'm finished shrink the size by half. Due to the way programs try to fit the pixels as long as it's divided by an even number then reducing the size sharpens the picture.
I was looking at this and realized that one of the things that brings the last image "all together" is the shadowing. And I realized a few things about that. Your tutorials are helpful in many ways, I use them to learn how to do things when I paint on canvas (not that I'm any good at it, but I'm learning!) Shadowing and perspective are my worst enemies, I'm getting better with lighting and refraction.