It's a very good piece, it wasn't by chance I clicked on it in the 1st place the composition, coloring, which I envy you for color palette, and the trace is well executed on almost all of her body, nonetheless if you allow me to point out something that could improve, is her legs, I personally find them way too skinny. Unless this character is explicitly this way, I would really like to see her on the classic heroine prototype, with nice and full roundy legs and hips, compared to the rest of her body, her legs even look below the expected average as I said.
Nice job dude, really nice. I'm a big fan of Invincible and Alphonse Mucha's style and you've put the 2 together sweetly. Shading on the legs and especially around the knees is excellent. Plus the hands are well really well done too. She looks nice and elegant.
Because this SCREAMS their energy-vibrancy-design-and beauty. I admire the work on the hands and fingers, and her posture is elegant and gentile---yet her face is more poised.
This is nitpickey, so Im sorry if it bothers you---but I almost have a desire to see a more driven look in her eyes. It's like her body is inviting, and her beauty is alluring, but her eyes have a hint of ferocity---just the right hint, that reminds that she is not to be trifled with. It would only take a soft frown, or a glimmer in her iris/pupil. It's tricky, and I might not be doing a good job explaining myself, but it's just a suggestion. The piece, as it stands, is a work of beauty.
BTW---sorry for the bland invitation on you're page. Didn't mean to give the impression I wasn't really looking at your work.
I adore this illustration. I am not artistically competent, so I'd say it's halfway between Alphonse Mucha and my favourite comics style. But there must be much better comparisons. Anyway, it's just so good.