Baba Yaga! What a story! It's like Cinderella meets an evil witch with a house on chicken legs! Actually, that's pretty much exactly what it is! I am really excited to work on this, and I am super excited that Lis will be joining us from now on!
OK, so I'll just run through these. In the first one, our heroine, Vasilissa, is meeting the witch for the first time (the witch rides in a mortar, steered by the pestle... I would make these look really banged up and old). The horse that brings the nighttime is riding by, the chicken leg hut is in the background, and there is a fence made of human bones and skulls. Cool!
In the second one, Vasilissa has just been booted out of Baba Yaga's hut, and is running off with a flaming skull.
In the third one, Vasilissa is entering Baba Yaga's hut for the first time. Baba Yaga is beckoning to her (while climbing a human bone ladder - cool!), and the night horseman is riding in the background.
I am leaning towards the first or last one. Thoughts?