Interesting perspective, but Twilight needs a little work. Her right back leg doesn't read properly, there are too many facets and details on her face to give her that pleasing cartoony look, her hair reads 'graying', her ear is not erect and doesn't appear really attached to her head, and her eyelashes are a little droopy. I feel like her stance should be changed too. I understand drawing faces from that angle is really tough, and you have TONS of good textures and other elements. Your dynamic lighting really draws attention; that's what made me click on it. Your colors appear expertly selected. And I LOVE how all attention is focused on the mysterious figure in front of ... is that the mirror from EG? Well, anyway. Muahahaha! I like fanfic!
I'm sorry. It's never my intention to offend anyone. Criticism is just a simulated response that the public would already have. I just saw magnificent elements in a well done piece (with stunning perspective, I might add) and felt responsible to help work out anything keeping it from perfection. I apologize for entering so rapid-fire; please forgive me, but I just get so into it and carried away... Anyway, I gave you something here. Now you know what the average Joe's first impression would be. So you can use that to improve your methods and be a better, more successful artist! 8D Doesn't that make you happy? I guess not everybody's on DA for that reason, so just do whatever you want with the information I shared, and please forgive me for being blatant. I wanna help make successful and happy artists.
Aren't you a bit harsh to him? He wanted to do you a favor and you act like he _literally_ slapped you in the face. And I agree with him. Aside from the fact that your picture has some issues on which it could be improved (though, I have to add here, I don't care so much about them personally, I like the picture anyway, and I'm not really into giving useful critiques), a good critique is something an artist can always need. If you want to accept it and follow the advice is of course your decision, but acting like it's an insult is exaggerated and unfair. Giving critiques on a piece of art is part of a healthy environment on an artist page and should be encouraged, not suppressed.