@Black: You'll be further impressed then as detail is a priority in my style. No problem, that's what I have TastyTastyBabies for, and others willing to give it.
@TastyTastyBabies: 1st: Hahaha, sorry! XD But I knew you couldn't resist to "d'aw", no one can towards her. Yuck, I hated the way I did the hands. I wanted them to look different from human hands, after all she's pretty far from human, but the hatching is what needs work on them. Necessarily, I don't have issues with hands, but I'm a speed artist and that can create flaws. I've been told my style tends to elongate body parts that usually're shorter (don't even dare to make a remark towards that. >c), so don't worry you're the not the first to say that. Heh...
2nd: That's one of my folded-paper pieces. I shorten the size of the paper so I can draw on a smaller scale. It's either turns out good, or not so good. I suppose we know how "Bang" turned out?
Yeah, I wouldn't worry too much about the sense of flow in the hair. My art teacher was pretty strict with that little flaw in my style, and had me fix it. I still like draw outwards curls, but tend to keep them in the correct direction. Thank you, though.
3rd: Splendid! I'm glad it pleased you - it's a current piece, after all. Well that potential stiffness maybe from the way her arms are pointing out. They probably needed more curving. I'll keep note of that for future drawings. (Towards nitpicks: Agreed, I shouldn't have overdid it with the length, I was trying to make the end curl, but failed to do so. Aw, come on. XD The misplaced wrinkles are a big part of my style. I try to keep it strayed from anime and achieve some kind of realism, but I don't want it too realistic. Naw, I'll keep the wrinkles in. So sorry! X3) So, overall, I did well? Excellent!