I truly do appreciate the colors you're using! And they do make for an interesting piece to look at. However, I think you need a bit more control of depth and focus in the sense of what to make clear and what to make fuzzy. What got me onto the topic of this is the left jean pant leg, I personally know it's part of the character and her dress, but because it isn't in the same style it feels like it isn't part of her. Sadly, that has a few more implications on the piece than just continuity of the character. At first glance, it looks like she's falling over to the left, with further inspect of that certain piece it makes it seem more balanced, but not having it in the same style/focus does mess with the balance. I would also love to see a bit more detail on the house to help differentiate it from the completely blurred out background. Now this doesn't require a complete detail maker over, just adding more clearly defined edges and reflections. And I've got to say, I'm happy you picked up on the idea that everything reflects light and I can see it in your shadows. I'll have to wait a tad longer to see how you develop on that though because I think you'll be able to tweak and fix some things on your own with it.
But otherwise, it's fun to just do a relaxing drawing for yourself sometimes, I don't know how much I talked about it, but, please, never do a 30 slot raffle again. I want you to be happy, and I was nervous for you going into that because I could see the landslide. I hope you feel better there mate, and as always, feel free to ask me questions or message me!