Do the two scenes keeping in mind my objectives as well as you can.
The scenes created thus far were directed by me and have the characters as I desired them - so that art is likely more reflective of my tastes than not. Also, I envisioned the art as being desirable for younger aged persons as well because the book can be enjoyed by middle grade up.
So proceed. I will not interfere. I do want things to look realistic though - Dorothy did not look realistic - her pose appeared artificial because in the story she was not unconscious as she mounted the lion. Perhaps, you could make her look exhausted....
I could not tell the plant was eating the baby without really studying it and in the story the baby was hanging there as a husk - the plants do not eat people they drain their life force and fluids.
In any event - proceed. I have made many a mistake in life - the current direction of my art could surely be one.