Looks quite fine, doesn't have to be a masterpiece
2-3: I can see, that on these steps, the eyes go more and more apart from each other, it seems to be your major problem.
Face: you shade to much the "sides" of the nose and "ignore" the rest of the face, that makes it look awkward, also (depends on the sourrounding /light and such) the shadow has to be directed under the nose and hair.
She looks quite maskulin and a bit anorexic, because of that dark color on her cheeks. Same because of the lips, maybe try to make the shape with colors next time
deco: needs shading .__.
maybe you can try to use different sizes of brushes, for a better result
I think that it was very well made but her hair has to much grren and nose is to skinny the lips to me look little too defined but i very much like the goggles!
VISION you had a very nice picture! ORIGINALITY i just put four stars because its not completey orginal u didnt make it yours by doing a background or adding scars or freckles TECHNQUE again very well done the technique could use help but nobodies perfect IMPACT i wasnt wowed about this piece neither disgusted i just would have like to be blown away since you have so much talent
Woah 40? What the...? Yeah it's average 7 unless I'm having trouble with the pose or the face then it goes up to 10-20 haha. But when it works out really good it's one layer with messy lines, one layer with slightly better lines tofigure out where they will go, one layer with neat lines, one layer for skin, one layer for clothes and eyes, then one layer with the hair, oh and the one background layer.
Because I do it like: Base > Basic Shading > Shading 2 > Light > Shine. And there's one each for Skin, Face, Hair, Clothes, and Clothes2/Accessories. Then a layer for effects. \o \ Not even counting background or sketch and line work. Since... if I mess up, I can just delete the clipping mask instead of having to do everything again or pack up the colours. + w+b