I really want to like this, I do. Except that as soon as I look at it, I don't see the amazing detail, color, shading, form... I see tits. This is ridiculous. Katarina is a DAMN sexy woman and I love her for it, but with boobs like that she just looks stupid, and its distracting from her and from the art itself. Its a shame, it had such potential...
I faved this and it insisted I leave a comment, so I love this picture but it also depresses me, I work extremely hard everyday, pushing to become as good as everyone else I see as I'm told hours of work, research, exploration of programs, how to videos, classes, yet I still can't see and create in this manner, I don't understand how work and dedication just isn't paying off in the same way that your able to create such insane works of heart most likely straight from your head. I applaud your work, and will continue to claw my way up in hopes of one day entering the field of art that you and a large handful of my other piers seem to be in. That's my comment.
creating good art is easy. first and foremost don't aspire to be "as good" as someone else; with such a mindset you create mental limitations rather than generating enthusiasm. practise as often as you can using your own ideas and sketches and allow your own style to develop. besides, your own mistakes will always be far more apparent to you - this is the fundamental difference between looking at your own work and that of someone else's. anyways, apologies for the lazy-ass style of typing I have employed in this comment, might be spelling mistakes etc, hope it's not too abominable
There will always be someone you feel is better then you, or draws with an element that you wish you could add more to your own art, and I can bet my heart on it that this person didn't just start automatically drawing like this. It takes passion and lots of practice and also you need to have a love for it, in creating stuff, and also being able to enjoy your own art while adding elements of other art into it to create your own style! Goodluck!
normally i wouldn't bother to reply, but it caught my eye. and i had a look at your gallery. now, i know you're not asking for a critique, nor am i anyone of any real worth listening to, but i thought maybe it might help to give you some information anyway. imagination cannot be taught, you can get all the technical help in the world but if you don't have the imagination to envisage what you want then you'll create what others do. also, while you have an idea of composition and muscle groups, your images tend to be quite rigid and stock. your poses dont look "fluid" enough. lastly, your line work needs a bit more cleaning. you're RIGHT inbetween solid linework and the sketchy style that many people successfully do. pick one.
i hope this helps. (i have all the same problems i mentioned above, so i don't claim to be any better than you are. and i also dont have my adobe suite installed so i cant do any fresh work >_<)