Anthony I am pretty infatuated with these images, you can really render human faces and emotion with a sensitivity that that i could only dream of achieving.
"In Richard William's book "The Animator's Survival Kit" he mentions how he knew a lot of the best draftsman in the industry during the silver age of animation (Milt Kahl, Frank Thomas, Ollie Johnson, etc.) and they all constantly felt like they were lacking as an artist and needed to get better. I think it's just that constant hunger to improve that makes a lot of great painters. "
I remember that at a certain point in describing his own life-long ambition at drawing he talks about re-learning to draw from a sculptors point of view.
you can make human faces exceptionally well... but as my eyes move away the other objects seem to be created with less affection and attention. Not that rendering everything to the same degree is always a good idea but if you tried to think about the forms and textures of other details with more intensity you could find some new and exciting avenues.