Having only discovered this artist today, I find myself amazed at their technique - the beautiful, expressive and temperamental brush-strokes coupled with the white outline creates bold and striking artwork, which is simply a pleasure to behold for my sake. It's a technique I always adored and secretly wished I could accomplish myself, but sadly that is not to be. I am much more comfortable leaving that in the capable hands of artists such as tsukiko-kiyomidzu
This particular artwork immediately grabbed my attention with how the colours and rough shading mixed with subtle, beautiful gradient creates a metallic look to this character, something which is not easy to do in any medium. The fact that the hands are only sketched in there and that the head is cut off as it is draws attention to the colours and shading and allows the mind to be absorbed and wander at the same time. I'm afraid I can't say a lot of constructive things at all, as I find myself simply gushing over this painting, but if I've managed to at least praise it proficiently, I'll consider my job done.
All-in-all, an amazing piece from an artist with an amazing gallery.