So I realized like halfway through doing yesterday's comments that that was a lot of replies, all back-to-back, and if i didn't want the forum coding to brutally pipe murder me, I should prooobably start doing them in one post.
Ok this is kinda random but how you bend the stripes on the plaid shirt just friggin astounds me! it looks so smooth? So natural and fitting with the rest of the not patterned clothes? How is that possible? And I also realllllly like the composition of the bottom panel, with the hands framing the MC in that classic picture frame move! Brilliant angle!
Those lovely, l o v e l y color choices! And how the background first looks abstract and then as your eyes slide down the page you realize that it's the hair and blood rain is just g e n i u s bro. I love the way you textured the hair all the way through too -- it gives it weight and substance even when it's in such a complex position!
Everything about your drawing practically screams good use of texture! It gives the drawing a moody atmosphere, and the differences between smoothness between the hair, skin, shirt, and dog fur gives the drawing such a good unique feel! And the black and white, but then glints of dark crimson red in the dog fur is really subtle and really nice. (Also the partially unbuttoned shirt is totally fine, he's got a shirt on and that's all that matters (: )
I love that color palette so much! The rich browns and creams being the foreground, and then the teal in the background gives it an organized feel that goes really well with your style! And speaking of your style, it's so pretty! The way you keep everything clean and fresh-looking, and contrast straight lines against perfect curves is super neat!
The boldness with how you set up your drawing is extremely good! The way you included so many people, and so many props within one drawing is always a super tough challenge, but you equally developed every single aspect in the drawing. Plus, the way you changed the lining underneath the bubble that the woman on the right was blowing looks super cool, with how it makes the bubble look opaque without even having to use color!