For Warning - I may be frank. Don't take it too personally:
It's an impressive piece, I'll say that It's edgy, the colors and the lineart is bold, just like the character.
A few details that previous commenters might not have mentioned: The shadows could be a little lighter or the cross-hatching for that part of the body can be made a different color, just so we can see the specific cross-hatching. I'm a little iffy about the shiny look on the character's skin. It looks as though his skin is super smooth (think a dolphin, a whale or a wet suit or imagine that the character is covered in oil, haha). Also, I'm confused as to why there's a red glare at the bottom. Is it emanating from his hand? Does he have a superglove or some super aura that is coming from his hand? Is this supposed to be foreground mist? It's kind of distracting me from the awesome center of the piece, which I'm assuming is supposed to be the character in the middle of the debris around him.
But that's all I have to say Overall, it made a big impact on me because of what I said at the start. Good luck in your endeavors!
thank u for ur critic! well, i eat critic for breakfast! ^^, just kidding. I think it's what most of us here are for aside from sharing our artworks we want also to learn from others and so saying it could be by means of copying their styles or taking some tutorials. and so doing, we acquire many knowledge that it's up to us which one we like and fits our style and artistic attitude.. Thanks for pointing about the white part on the skin that makes it like so shiny. i've learned several techniques on how to do skin, but i don't know this one struck me. Maybe bcoz art is seeing things in an artistic way. Hence, there are different techniques. I think as an artist, critics,tutorials and emulating idols are boosters so they say u just need to pick what suits u best! Keep up the good work too!
Great work wit the coloring choices in this picture. I think the shiny suit and skin really give off a super hero effect. My favorite part of this picture is actually the red glow on his arm. It gives off a supernatural appearance and works well with the green tints in the background. My only suggestion would be that some of the shading in the arm isn't quite smooth. You use a range of skin tones, but they don't always transition smoothly from one to another.
thank u so much for ur wonderful words! really appreciate them a lot! Thanks too for the lil critic. i agree with u. sometimes though using different tones will not always be asured of a smooth transition! Thanks for the time!^^,
Nice job! The shading is pretty smooth, and the colors are very well balanced! Something I did notice was that perhaps lightening his overall skin tone would really make the details on his face stand out a bit more. But other than that, this is a really good piece! The colors are very lifelike!