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The perspective is all over the place in your drawing. Axe boy is mostly 2D while the angel wings are just at impossible proportions. There's no realistic way anyone would see the wings like that from any angle. Her body is implied to be above my perspective, per the upward view of her hood and of her palm, and her wings are almost circling around me, but I also have a perspective of her wings from above, thus putting the two perspectives in direct contradiction when one considers the whole image.
Also, the angel's left hand looks weird. It's like a lizard foot or something. You probably could've fit another finger there, and maybe straightened out that finger there as well, and the last one could've easily been implied, but otherwise her 3rd finger easily looks like a pinky while she clearly has a thumb, so this just means she only has a middle finger or pointer finger, which definitively makes for the effect of missing fingers, rather than implying the rest of her hand, as you do well with axe man's left hand. One last tidbit on axe man is his axe. The left side of his axe rests on his shoulder rather well, but this visual is not here for the right side. He's holding his axe below his shoulder. If he was only holding it on his left shoulder, the axe would be at a slant, so it should be popping out forward much more to account for this visual discrepancy. Otherwise, one can only assume axeman has some sort of hump he's resting the right part of his axe on if they wish to rationalize it. The book you did really well though, the lines accentuate it rather smoothly while being unobtrusive to the image.