Well, actually I've never criticized anything so "official" so I will be the most fair as possible, and the reason that I've decided to do this is because this piece simply captivated me.
I fell in love Luna's character from the first moment I saw it in your gallery, captivates me that she does not need a body "teen vogue" for the notes, in fact its beauty comes from those chubby curves, is something Not many artists can achieve in our work, and you do not you do it just fine but have made this technique a virtue.
also noteworthy that much force is enhanced eh character with the impact of black and white hires only panadas possess, many use the aforementioned contrast, adding the red to give you more energy to work, but I break that paradigm with pink, which provides the image with an atmosphere of softness and tenderness that is very pleasant.
Finally mention those details that provide that special touch to the work, and are the tattoo on the birth of her breasts and the other on her hips, which is a really lovely and evocative detail, and the expression on his face that denotes a " painful sensuality "besides that special glow that helps you a certain way this dficiendo" HEY MIRALA, SENSUAL IS MOON AND YOU GOING TO DO ABOUT IT??? ".
There are small details like dirt the graphite distrubed some, but I've seen your work and it is a matter of style, a style that works very well urbanized.
I think in the end this is a very personal criticism and do not see many buts to drawing and it works very well for what you're expressing and working, but if I mention it's a pose quite recurrent in this field, but still did it your version was very different from the others and that you recognize.