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Something I messed with a few months back.
I dont have a decent position to critique from, but I would say maybe define the light source a bit better and go for some more extreme values..
Learn some edge control. The sharper the corner on a form, the harder the edge (and vice versa). Think of the difference between a sphere and a cube. I especially dislike that all your crispness exists solely in the line art, and all your brush strokes are a uniformly blurry mess.
I'd recommend you do some color and value studies from reference using brushes with a harder edge. It looks like you are guessing a lot and the background really looks like an afterthought and as a result is very much out of place with the head. Ideally, you'll want to decide on a background first and adapt the character to that rather than the other way around. How your character is lit and how it stands out depends heavily on it's surroundings, so make sure you have surroundings first.
It's not bad, mind, but certainly not good either. Also for future reference, try submitting more recent pieces for critique and give your audience a bit more to work with. "Something I messed with a few months back" isn't really giving us anything except a very nonchalant attitude.