It is so different I actually loved it!
Hm, thanks for critique, I should work on these things more carefully in the future, even it's a kind of abstraction, yep.
Come on guys, the crazy composition is clearly intentional. ever heard of abstraction?
I think he's talking about some "questionable" decisions like the white part above the nose and some thick and rough lines. It's not clear what you're trying to show us with some stuff like the white blob on his face, random scarf/tail things and random lines in the background. The point is: The composition is messed up, you're not properly conveying the story you're trying to tell. Proportion issues with sun and land, the horizon line is not clear. Also perspective issues with the face. I suggest you study a lot of composition if you're planning on doing 'landscape' illustrations like this one. Hope this helps.
Yes, of course I looked at random photos of wolfs in the process, because I can't draw objects from my memory only.Oh, I seem to understand the problem: you confused by stylistic difference between background and wolf, right? Well I really didn't payattention to background and didn't handling it using dithering and other techniques, wolf was a main thing to me.It's maybe my fault that i hadn't thought about all of this. Sorry.Heneceforth I'll try post something teally worthwile and cool and not to spread unfinished sketches and concepts!
I have no idea what to judge because I don't know what's intentional and what's not. I will say, however, that the wolf looks quite round. Were any photo references used?