ok, this was siiick But, uhm, he's holding his bow kinda wierd (especially his right hand). Would've looked a little more natural if he was grabbing it from below, rather than from above. That's just my opinion though
ah, okay, real art feedback time! Color -that's the first thing. (Actually - red panda. that's the first thing). But, the color scheme is - and keep in mind I'm not an artist so I don't quite know how to talk about it - your use of color drew me in. From teh reflection on on the ice/snow/blood on the bottom ,to the hazy background, I tihnk you've really got that down! Also, it tells a lot to a story, I think. I feel like there's ambient lighting here, from an unknown upwards source that, as said, draws the viewer in, places us right there before the Archer. So whatever exploration you're doing it's wonderful. Course as you painted this many months ago, I'm sure you're superbly skilled already anyways. The other interesting bit here is the attention to texture in some bits and others where it is hazy, makes it sort of photographic like. Draws the eyes in certain directions, and the fallen creature looks so real, as though you could reach out and touch it. The one thing an eensy bit lacking is depth. Now, that could be the tree in the background, but then if you look just over the Red panda's head there is a sharp line between his fur and the tree that makes it seem a little bit cut-out-and-paste. While I commend the lighting, the shadows could go deeper, more contrast. Anways, it's stunning!
This is the most amazing painting I have seen yet. I really like how you drew the fur on Azan and the bow makes him a true hunter. And I like how you painted the blood on the ice, I mean you made this so realistic. It looks so 3D. Nice work. Keep it up.