Dang, low angles and mean destruction mesh all too well! Amazing effort on this, the detailing shows immensely! Your destruction artwork generally has plenty to look at in it as it is, but this one got some wonderful extra attention! The bridge fragmenting apart at various cracked seams and the structure showing plenty of stress on all levels as debris crumbles on down below already looks excellent, to say nothing of the train cars bursting apart like party poppers from this gigantic duo stomping the daylights outta 'em! Their wheels are off-course, doors falling off the hinges, the locks between cars snapping apart and flinging them away and even further off the track... it's truly something!
Heck I haven't even brought up much about the POV itself yet, and everyone knows how much I adore that! Good work on managing a stomping pose while still keeping the view of everything important, including the crunchery! Composition was key in making this, lots of ways it could've gone wrong had you not taken caution. Shoe and sole focus is plenty present despite it not being an incoming stomp view, which is fresh for such a shot! You also managed to hide the pantsu thanks to the composition, yooooou. Rem's shielding carried over to Lini, I see! Thanks, dA.
Expressions are great, Lini's having a grand time and Rem's show of smug entertainment with a slightly open smile is new! Body language works out though their arm positions look a tad silly like they're doing a jig, and foreshortening did take a bit of a toll on how they look. Nevertheless it's done competently and as I said, functions well. Not too much you can do with arms in such a setup other than have them pumped up for the destroy, after all! Superb work, a great way to close out the stream!