The colors are spectacular, and you have portrayed Psylocke in absolutely fine form, in more ways than one. If there's anything I like about it in particular, it's how you have the light shine off her swords and how you have her sash flow in the air, like you've just caught her at the tail end of her latest battle and she's not quite stopped yet. Her face is beautiful, with an expression of cold steel that shows just how determined and ready she is to keep on fighting if there are more fights to be fought. You, good friend, have created a masterpiece.
You're welcome. As someone I presumed took their craft seriously, I wanted to focus on assessing and critiquing the details in how you put together that Psylocke portrait rather than just gushing about how awesome it was. What good is it to say "it's great" if you don't say why it's great?
Also, I've looked through your gallery, and I've noticed that you're rather fond of characters that could be said to be anti-heroes, if they're not actually villains. I liked your Spider-Woman picture, although I will say that the only time Jessica was actually a villain was when she was being impersonated by the Skrull Queen in the lead-up to Secret Invasion. I wouldn't count her time with HYDRA because HYDRA basically tricked her and she wasn't really working for them as a deliberate choice. That quibble aside, you really do excellent work and I'll be looking forward to following you on this site.
Hell, yes, I am. Been into this since the tender age of eight, although it wasn't until about age 20 or so that I really began to appreciate the breadth and depth of it all, and with that came added appreciation for the characters. And I'll be looking forward to your next Spider-Woman pin-up. Speaking of Spider-Women, though, have you ever thought of doing one of Julia Carpenter?
Considering Julia Carpenter was indirectly the inspiration for Spider-Man's black costume, she gets extra points. Not to mention that when she became Arachne in Omega Flight, she got her costume redesigned so that it was mostly black, no white thigh-high boots or elbow-length gloves. Have to say, I liked it a little better than her classic.