Hello, My name is Anna and I shall give a critique on this lovely work of yours.
Let's start with the plus point:
- I really love your use of color, it is very warm and it dictates the mood in the work very passionately. It really gives you a sense of where this work is at and what kind of mood you are going for.
Also, your use of shading is a very good choice, for it is shading with an opposite color of the color you used for your light, giving even more sense of depth and mood in your work.
-The light, color is one thing but the light is very important as well. As I have noticed in this work, you can see that you try to use lighting to your advantage and try to show it in a way that it makes sense, creating the illusion it is really there.
- Your choice to have objects in the foreground is a very good choice, it gives us an idea of depth in the piece which is very important.
Now for a few points, you could improve on:
- As I said earlier, you really try to do the lighting right, but in some spots in this piece, it distracts from the work, simply because they don't seem very natural or necessary. I get what you're going for, sometimes keeping it simple will make the piece even stronger.
For example, the flower next to the window on the floor is lit up, but you don't really see what light is shining upon it, so it makes you think about it for a while and really distracts from the work.
As a great artist once said: More is less.
- Another thing I would like to point out is the use of line art or not. In this piece, I see you have used like art for some things, yet not for others. This is not too distracting but it does lead to an inconsistent work. It makes the viewer a bit confused about what they should expect to see, lines or not.
Like I said, it's not too big of a deal, but could make the difference between a good artwork and a great artwork.
These are my points for what you could improve form wise! I hope it helped you and that it did not seem very unfair.
Anyhow you're really on a great track to becoming amazing! I would love to see more work of yours in the future!