Alright, first time for the first critique on something, if I'm accepted, okay, stay calm!
Alright, let;s begin.
I don't recall Chrysalis being chained like this in a cave, and it's memorable and will leave an impact on me for sure, it leaves me asking questions and inspires me to write fanfiction.
(I'm a writer by nature, NOT an art critic).
I like the way you don't show her face, only her eyes. If I wasn't part of this show I would be even more terrified of this picture because her face is unknown, we as the MLP:FIm audience know her face, but that only makes it slightly less scary.
Clearly Chrysalis is angry, but at who? Who captured her? Why? When? Where?
Can CHrysalis ever possibly escape? What is the glowing green magic on the chains? Her magic or something to keep her in those chains and true form instead?
Excellent use of light and shadow and a great way to make the audience have their own interpretation, the best piece of art is one that has many ways to be interpreted (but that doesn't correlate to abstract or modern art!)
I have no complaints about this.
gives me an idea for a naruto fanfic...he falls through a hole in the sidewalk,and down down he goes...at the bottom...a narrow tunnel...at the end of the tunnell...this...And all narutos childhood love to feed her like a bottomless bucket...all because she would never call him a monster or demon.(shes been called those possibly before...so..she knows the feeling.)