- I like the theme with this. It seems that Tootie has got a stroke of luck and became the "older" sister and now it's time for payback for what Vicky did to her.... (It's sort of funny, actually! XD)
- Ack! I like how adorable and cute Vicky's toddler expression is! She pleading her sister not to get payback. XD
- Tootie's finger (the one that is pointing) is cartoonish big and fat which doesn't fit with the semi-realistic style of this artwork.
- Tootie's torso seems skinny compared to her hips which make it looks unproportionate.
Hope this helps! ^_^
Looks like the tables have turned in this image right here. I like how you have the words in the bubbles easy to read, and they are evenly spaced from each other. The edge between the words and the bubbles appears to be consistent, and it shows that you took great care into ensuring it doesn’t look crowded. We can also follow the conversation starting from top and making are way to the bottom. We know who’s speaking, and we can see the emotions not only in the words, but in the faces. Looks like Tootie is enjoying it now.
Their age difference is seen very well from here. Vicky looks like a little girl, and her clothes are baggy here. Her sister looks fully grown. Her goggles also show her age, as well as her outfit since growing up, the details are there.
The background is very nice, and it goes well with helping the characters pop out, but also setting them into an environment. I still feel the characters here are colored and shaded quite nice, but the colors (at least the darker colors that is), could use some more highlights so we can see the details in them. They’re darkened a bit too much. Using colors other than black (or on the grey scale for that matter), to make up the dark color would be helpful. It’ll let us see all the necessary details, and would also brighten up the picture a bit. From the heavy shadows and darkened color, make the characters appear as if a heavy spot light is over them.
Over all though you’ve done an excellent job on this picture here. I rather like the use of having colored outlines for the background to pop out the characters, and the bright color in itself seems quite fitting with the attitude that’s going on here. The shading on the characters look nice, and could be shaded with a color that’s a bit brighter, at least so the two sisters are a bit more vibrant.
Great job, and keep up the good work.
LMK if you'd like more comments from me or not! I don't want to be overbearing and make it feel like I'm picking on you specifically but I'm also really excited how much you improved
Other than that it looks awesome