anyway seems a bit odd that her face and breast armor are the most in-focus part of the work. her? hood needs to be a bit more in focus. the mist at her legs just needs a bit less definition and needs to be a bit paler. fog does not reflect sunlight and color that much.
you have some perspective issues with the arrows in the quiver they seem to be pointing in a different direction of the mouth of her quiver giving it a refraction feel.
I also suggest you look at some references for fetching on the arrows the poofy look is not good and neither is the shading and highlights compared to the rest of the picture.
the arm also is a bit skinny.
but other than that its looking pretty good. you just need to use more references.
If you were too see some of my other work you'd see how much of a challenge this was and I know I can still make many improvements.
The arrows were one of the last things, I guess I was rushing it a bit towards the end. Thanks for the tips on the mist too it's my first "background" so defiantly room for improvement.
Thanks for all your critique, there isn't a single part that won't help me improve and I really appreciate it as I don't get feedback often, This art style is defiantly something I'll be trying to improve on.
HA Neither do I want to think of the stuff I drew back in school, It's all safely stored in the attic at my parents so I can always remind myself how much I've improved even if I still have much to learn. Especially with digital.
I've never been one for drawing landscapes, My boyfriend say I should do a scifi scene, like a city street of some sort. I don't even know where to start but it may be a good technical challenge.
if you are interested in drawing landscapes I suggest drawing from life or at least photos until you understand better understand how they are constructed as well as how light affects color especilly over long distances.