Not a bad picture. The colours are really moving and I admire the dimension you put into this picture. The anatomy is almost flawless. It's a good outfit for the character too. The one thing I'd like to point out is I find the way you did the main focus on the picture more towards the top of the image (the really colourful hair, the background's position). The background and the hair especialdly distract me from the main focus. Perhaps you were attempting to get the viewer to look at the head of the girl more? Well, maybe you should distribute the background better because the legs are almost invisible to me because my focus is really the hair and the position of the background.
Good work with this though. You did pretty good in general.
I'm not a premium member, so I can't post it in the proper critique box, but I thought I'd give my small critique here, if you don't mind:
First off: Awesome, awesome job! I honestly can't stop looking at it. The balance between your color choices and lighting are outstanding.
However, I have to say that the small mass of multitude of colors at the top create for a confusing (and partially distracting) view from the rest of the illustration. It's hard to tell if it's a source of light (which is what my best guess would be), and if it is, the viewer might ask why isn't it reflected appropriately throughout the rest of her figure? It is also hard to if that is her hair reflecting a multitude of light sources. If so, it prompts the viewer to ask the same question of why they're not reflected anywhere else on her figure. Going a little farther, it's also hard to tell if those colors a part of the character's hair. If so, it doesn't flow with the varying directions of the character's hair.
Thanks! Well I honestly don't know much about the character. I had to google her. Apparently the glow from her powers are those colors. I tried to show she's a blonde normally and the colors are part of her power. I prob coulda flowed it more but I wanted to stay away from too much glowy over rendered colors and focus the attention on the form.
I went and googled her. I have to say, it now makes complete sense! lol Having seen a few illustrations, I think I will retract my statement, but it could perhaps be useful in keeping Karolina neophytes such as a myself in mind.
Your choice of colours and execution of them in such a way are superb ...while remaining deviantly modest at the same time.
Your technique in the volume you create and choice or blurring/sharpening are magical elements that really make a simple [though masterful] pencil drawing [by someone like Randy] really pop in, truly, the best ways.