I was totally not expecting to be mentioned within the description of such an image.
But nonetheless, Congratulations with the popularity of your art works!
By looking at your other images present in the description, I can tell that you've spent a long time with creating every minuet detail of fruit pieces and the little fruit folks. You've must have been working on a sheet of multimedia paper, Size 45 X 60 Centimeters. Or maybe smaller size? I just know that it takes concentration and motion to keep on filling in all the blank spots.
The variety of fruits is very cultured. I see Dragonfriut, Bananas, (or Plantains?) Kiwi's, Watermelon slices, umm...Some sort of green skinned grapefruit, Apple slices, Blueberries, grapes, Cherrie in a flower, Avocado, Some sort of red pear, And two other fruits I can't name.
By looking at what the fruit folks are doing, I can tell that their society is very relaxed. No need to work so much, When there is so much delicious and nutritious food available.
It's also incredible of how white the paper is. An armature artist would always get smudges and miss marks on the area near the subject mater. But here, I see just the slightest instances where you added color outside the lines of what your subject is. This makes your image not perfect art, But very TRUE art. You know this is the real deal. ...I never believe in perfect art anyway.
Also, One cool thing to talk about Traditional art, Is that it's easier to protect. If somebody plagiarizes all the work done towards a digital image, Then it will be hard for the artist to gat back his/her credit. But with traditional art, You OWN the original work in the palm of your hands, If somebody tries to plagiarize it on the web, Just take a selfie with your paper work. Can't argue physical evidence.
Just thought I'd like to through that out there.
That's all I got to say, Just keep doing what your doing.