The bright eyes, shining with this creative excitement, already seeing the whole picture are the best part here, you've nailed it! Also, the round-up perspective recreates the feeling of absorbedness when working on ones own pieces, everything rotates around it in the mind. A warp into the creativity-hole. This is master, thank you for that.
No, I don't. I've been drawing digitally for 2 years so I have my experiences. I like to explore the drawing thing by my own, it's works better for me because then I really get to know what it takes to make the picture look good. I want to "feel" it, or something like that XD
It's very beautifully done. It's a very colourful and decorative piece. I don't know how you've managed to handle the distorted perspective so well - talent, I suppose^^ I'm dying to ask....is that you in the picture? Do you have dark hair? It is a very "shiny" piece - you've done that deliberately^^ I love it, actually. I love the brightness and the shinyness.
That eye peeking out from beneath the pen on the tablet....and the faces drawn on the pages in front of you...^^
Fawh! Don't worry about that shine to your drawings. Digitally or traditionally.
Even if it's the most popular style you posses. It's your trademark that's what I believe anyways. It's the style that makes it your own. If it helps and you want to... well change your kind of coloring style. Watch speed paints and such on Youtube or look up pictures that give you a variety of coloring styles. Then practice that kind of style that pulls at your heart strings and add your own look to it. That's what sorta helped me create my own coloring style experiment and try new things. c:
But, either way, Don't stray to far from what defines your uniqueness.