Hey! It's BlightedArt from CA.org, boy I haven't used DA in a while! Lookit all those unread messages! O_O
H'okay, so you really liked Kung Fu Panda didn't you? It shows, the red and green contrasts very well here to make Tigress "pop" from the image. The big thing that I can see here though is similar to the problem you had with the leather coat on your other pic: You have to choose to use lines to define the 3D shape of an object or not.
For example: On Tigress' arm, you can see the dark stripes that curve and bend with the shape of her muscles, the deltoid, the biceps, and the gap between the two etc.
Yet, if you look at her tail, each strip of colour is divided by an almost perfectly straight line. Now, both the curved lines and straight lines are fine, but it might be better to choose one or the other for a pic. In this image you seem to favour the curves and 3D shapes more, so the straight lines look out of place.
And you could have used the curved lines to imply that the tail is flowing towards and away from the camera (a sense of depth), but keep it noted for now.
I love the colours you have used, that definitely seems to be your strong point at the moment, very colourful and lively, and a joy to look at.
Thanks! I must admit that 3D aspect flitted over my mind as i was adding the finishing touches to this, as it does with most of my images! I'll be thinking " Oooh i'm nearly there! I'll be finished with this piece and i can post it up! But argh... that little detail and another... sod it" haha so i'm a bit slack towards the end just like that Veractyl piece so i subconsciously hope no one will notice and put it up anyway. But details are details! And i guess if they look that bad it can't hurt to tweak them here and there! Thanks for pulling that up... the same thing kind of happened with my other kung fu panda piece too! [link] I like your point about using the lines to portray the tail flowing away from the camera. Good point! Thanks very very much for visiting my gallery and giving those insightful tips! Feel free to stop by again