furry demon... with a molten rock hand...
If i were you i`d concentrate on figure drawing, colour theory learn my fundamentals and stay
away from digital for just a little while. You obviously have some understanding of how light should work -
for example the furry`s armour is nicely rendered in places but you loose track of the forms.
The first demon is undestinguishable from the background you could try to tone it down a bit. Hope this helps :]
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The armor in the second is great and volumous, but the wolf inside it falls on its face in comparasin; it has no volume, very little tonal variation and the outlines are quite cartoony. You should strive for consistency in the style you choose. His body also seems very regimented and defined, a common newbie mistake; muscles are not flexed and perfectly defined all the time.
The first suffers from the use of too much black and not enough variation in hue. The yellow is overwhelming and it's hard to find anything within it.
Overall, life drawing and some reading on colour theory around the forum might help out.