Hi, there, I'm from Project-Comment.
I love Lord of Rings, and your attention to detail with the intricate gardening equipment; the lively people Frodo, Sam, and Gandalf; the stunning sky; the beautiful shading of the windows; the well-drawn chimneys; and the fresh, detailed grass with all of those marked blades was incredible. The perspective was very well done with the houses of Bag End and road fading into the distance, and not a lot of artists can nail the perspective the way you did.
However, not all art pieces are perfect.
My main point of criticism is that I do feel like your colors were too vibrant.
I can see that it's your style from viewing your other art pieces, so all I have to say is that art is not just about having the most colorful and brightest colors shining out; you need to learn how to balance the colors. I learned this the hard way myself; it took a while before I trained myself out of this mindset of using straight out bright, blinding colors. I know you could argue that you did add shadows and highlights to you art piece, but if you close your eyes and then reopen them to look at your art piece, you can see instantly that your eyes are drawn straight to that vibrant, powerful green and then to the right because your eyes wanted a break from the malachite. The problem is that your eyes are drawn away from Frodo and Gandalf; this is the part of the art piece that is famous (THE BAZINGA!!! of your art piece) and should be where your eyes are drawn to.
So, my suggestion is that, in the future, tone down your green shades.
Make them more subtle, while the pieces of the art piece that you want to be noticed--make them vibrant and eye-catching!
That way your art has a stronger impact and better technique!
Also, two other small points I think I should bring up:
One, I felt a little squeamish about the little bits of white space around Sam's head. (I don't know why that drives me insane. XD) Maybe, you can try to be more meticulous with covering up unwanted white areas like that. I do notice that you use white space impressively in other places, so this does NOT mean that I want you to get rid of ALL white spaces.
Two, the flowers in the garden feel a little bit rushed. They need more shadows and more dimension; they were drawn a little awkwardly as well. I'll just put it that way. Maybe, you've just haven't gotten a lot of practice drawing patches of flowers. I suggest searching flowers online and practicing drawing them more often; that way your flowers in the future will look fabulous!!!
Overall, I hope this critique helps you improve future art pieces, and I sincerely do love your art style, but there's always room for improvement.
Heck, I bet if you check out my art pieces, you'll see errors I never even noticed!
On the Night of the Blood Moon
For this art piece of mine, I got nailed for the zburator blending into the alicorn too much; not enough ambient, red highlights on the alicorn; "cuteness" (don't ask); and issues with anatomy concerning the alicorn. XD The point is: I'm not perfect either. No one is.
I think I went off on a tangent there.
So, where was I again...?
Anyways, I hope you take this comment to heart.
It took a ridiculously long time to write this. XD