Wow... that's amazing... I like the color scheme. How did you pick the colors? I'm guessing a strong base(blue), ????(dark brown), and then a supporting color(light brown)?
I'm interested in becoming better color co-ordinated and this seems like a good example of what i'd like to look like, but I'm hoping to understand how you got this so I can extend and adapt it to my style.
I absolutely love this! The background is ringing a giant bell though, and I'm tempted to say Kingdom Hearts-like, but I feel like it's something else, something from before I even knew about that and it gives the piece a feel to it that makes it stand out more! This is amazing!
In terms of "did I draw her correctly" The posture is pretty good. It's a pretty good picture with a bit of artistic license. It doesn't give me a massive smack of "bows don't work that way!"
- When you stand to shoot, you want your feet planted nice and solid, shoulder wicth apart and flat on the ground. Makes your aim solid, but it's not a huge deal here.
- When you draw, your drawing arm (the one closest to your face) has an anchor point somewhere around the nose/jaw/mouth/cheek area that you become physically accustomed to. She's holding her draw a little low, but this a is a problem with pretty much all archery drawings because it often obscures the face, which we want to show the viewer. As I said, artistic license.
Compliments on the background, though. Really pretty design and good colour scheme.