Just came to see this drawing again and noticed that I didn't review it! And I do want to review this one because I really like it. Especially your accident, I like black :3.
But really, the black really does it, in my humble opinion. I like the drawing, the statue is very very neat and symmetrical (I hate things that have to be symmetrical, and they hate me), plus the folds, if they are folds, look really nice and are well-placed.
The guy, or girl, standing in front of the statue looks really nice as well, I remember you telling about it but I'm terribly sorry to say I forgot who it was. The claymore is pwetty too, although you could have coloured the sheath a bit more thoroughly, it looks a bit rushed now. To many roughness visible, if you get what I mean.
Also, the wings are indeed very impressive, and actually look like wings. Unlike my creations, maybe you've happened to have caught a glance of my failures in the wings-subject?
Anyway, hmm, maybe I should have divided the pros and cons a bit more, I don't see the structure in my comment any more.. Ah well, now a few cons then, to justify why I didn't gave you the last half star :P. Yeah, the houses, they look a bit like they could be houses made of jelly for little gummibears. Nah, maybe that's a bit exaggerating, but the lines do look rather wobbly and skewed :P. So that's half a star, because the blackness that really makes the stars stand out and really give you that night-feeling, make it alright again.
As a little detail I would like to add that you did well on the stars, you haven't drawn too many nor have you drawn too few. Maybe it's just me, but I think a starry sky can quickly look like a with snow covered black hole. A black hole in space, don't get me wrong xD.
So it's a 4.5/5 for you! Congratulations, and may I also add that I was happy to follow it's part of the process of making which happened during class? Great job!