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The girl with the bird is someone else's character wearing an outfit that I made up for her.
Not sure what else to add. Thanks.
Looks clean and competent enough. What mistakes there are are minor, like the archer figure proportions being a bit off (short body, long arms, a somewhat masculine face), or the moon in that picture being somewhat crowded into the corner.
What do you want help with, specifically?
Just wanted a second, third or fourth set of eyes. I couldn't see anything super wrong with these so I was thinking someone else might. Wanted to draw some other stuff but I also wanted to make sure these checked out beforehand. Like, next time around I'll watch the proportions more.
If you could elaborate more on what you thought made the archer's face masculine, I think that would be helpful. When I drew her, it was my intention to make her a little boyish or plain. I hope I didn't go overboard.
Well, she does look boyish, so you succeeded.
If you want nipicking, you might move the ear a little lower, though. About 1/2 of its height lower.
And if the picture is digital (i.e. won't be ruined by reworking), try to make her a little taller, with a longer body trunk.
The bow is way too thin in the middle; you might want to flesh it out to give that hand something to hold. Normally that's one of the thicker parts of the bow. (I also notice that she is apparently left-handed. )
Cool, makes sense! Thank ya.