Using colors Red, Green, Indigo and Black from MSPaint.
Critique is welcome, but bear in mind I'm probably not nearly as talented as you are(I'm not being sarcastic)
Obvious inspiration is obvious :)
Thanks a lot for your comments. Please note that although I searched for inspiration on a well known piece from the site(And a great one, for that matter), I specifically tried not to use the same technique(And even not the same pallete, so I could to try harder to develop my own method, and hopefully learn something in the process). I tried to mix the colors not to achieve new ones(Witch is much harder on a small scale and with less saturation), but to try and achieve a "boney" texture, and overall make the piece look less "plastic". Anyway, I'll try to inprove on that, and maybe adjust some parts that don't quite fit what I was looking for(The green lines on the upper side being one of them)
Yes, the anatomy looks terrible :( . For me, particularly the unaligned cheeks, the teeth, and the nose. I'm trying to improve on that, too(Practice makes perfect, right?).
Agreed with felchqueen. Even if you've gone a slightly different way than your inspiration, the main problem here is the lack of correct anatomy. Doesn't matter whether you're using 3 shades of bone colour or RGB - it ends up looking weird if you haven't really studied and practiced the drawing of skulls.
I don't think you've studied your inspiration enough, you've clumped the colours together (particularly the blue) so I don't think you're going to get the effect you desired. A good attempt none the less.:)