I think the colors work well together and good variety of texture.I like your use of transparencyand I like the shapesSam
I think you incorporated your textures really well in this. Lots of different things are going on, but you've really made it work as a combination. The orange things (fire?) look cool, but I would like if one of them varied in some way from the other one, maybe turned, changed in size, etc.
I think some of the shapes in this could use some help! The snake body looks a bit lumpy and could be smoother/more organic. I love the shapes in the hair, though, and the textures are quite nice!
the textures give this piece a collage/handmade look that reminds me a little of Eric Carle stuff, very nice!
I really enjoy some of the textures you added to this- especially in the hair, and the blueish fin/spine. I do agree with Maya that the actual body of the monster seems a bit lumpy/careless. I think just evening it out a bit would really add a lot to this piece.
This is pretty wild. I love the texture of the hair and fire. You used texture in every opportunity which is nice.
I like the wide variety of textures you used. Even though its flat and two dimensional the gesture makes it look like its sitting in a 3D space
I really like that you're experimenting with so many different textures - it's great the each part of his body uses something different. It really helps give him a lot of personality, and makes him more interesting to view. I think that you start to do some really cool things with transparency in this piece as well - where his long back-fin overlaps his body. keep pushing that! It's totally working. Maybe you could add a couple other shapes along the bottom of his body - on his tail - to help bend him in space? I love the way you've also done the tone-on-tone texture. The only other thing I think you could do is add some brush texture to the edge of his tail fin so you incorporate a similar texture that you used in his hair and front fins? Maybe it'll help bring your eye around to that side. Great job, Reba.