The thing that impresses me in this art, is that how you have made the bird. this might be the best art about birds that I have ever seen, when you look at It's hair(that's what we call in Iran), the face, eyes and ... , the only think that you will think of is that no way that this art is made with computer, you'll only think that It's captured with a camera (I hope that this isn't photographed XD). This art shows that people are nice and can be friends with nature and animals.Like how the bird is calm and is standing on the human's finger. There are lots of arts in your gallery that are amazing but this art is my most favorite.I might not know about English well (not my first language) but I can tell my true feelings about this art. Hope you can always make arts like this and be the best
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This is stunning. I honestly do not see any real flaws in this, and you have done an excellent job.
However, since you seem to be trying to go for a natural and storybook-like feel, you may wish to change the border. In itself, it works well, but to complete the piece and match the rest of the image, maybe change it to a branch sort of border. I don't mean the big thick ones that every gothic girl on here puts around all of her pieces, but maybe a half border (two joining sides), with a single (or two) thin branches (or something along those lines). You could even do two small corner ones on opposite side of the image. The key is to be subtle, keep with the idea, and make it blend in with the rest of the piece (in terms of theme).
The bird standing on the finger might also need work. At a glance, i thought that it was just (very well) pasted onto the image of the hand, but on closer inspection, I saw that it was merely the lightness of the background behind it that made it look like that. The background itself does not need to be changed, just the way that it is 'lit' around the feet (since this is a blotchy effect background). The top of the bird's head also has a shadow, whereas, if it naturally sat on the finger, there would not be so much of one (in terms of the hand's light source being from the top).
Other than that, this is a wonderful piece, and the best I have seen yet in your gallery. With a few very minor touch ups, it has high commercial value.