This is probably the best you've posted in a while! I love the colors and the running theme of reds and blues! The white outline around the girls is really nice and vibrant. Their expressions are... smooth-looking, if that makes sense. They look confidently- and solidly-drawn. I think there are some lines drawn in the red-head's hair that could've been removed, but other than that, it's very good.
Two specturms of characterization with a formalized flavour! GAAAHHH it's a pleasure to see your trademark OC portraits!
The characters look scrumptiously charming in their dresses, which complement their figures with its lush singular colours & minimal nature. Juliet (First time I'm seeing her though) has the nuances of a actively outgoing yet balanced character, and such energy is further complemented with her wavy magenta hair and warmly tanned skin-tone. Prim double ear piercings and a four-point star makeup under her Left eye add a gentle touch of sweetness amongst the outgoing feel. Lucy-chan in dress-mode is very austere, which tones down chipper vitality for a weighted grace. Her streakless hair is lush and gives a wholly different layer of aura to her, and the hints of aforementioned vitality are reflected in her smoooth, luminous skin-tone and soulful eyes. star:
This also shows a significant improvement on your behalf, with balanced rendition of smooth body forms amidst breathtakingly lush colour and tone work, your best so far (Although on eyes I personally like how you drew them in [link] & [link] moreso). Anyways Many Thanks for flooring me here, so please keep up your awesome streak!
Hehe, thank you very much! I'm happy you like it! Personally, I as well like the eyes I drew in the other pictures more as well, haha, I was working with photoshop this time though, and couldn't manage to get them right. XD <33333
Very welcome, I Thank You a lot again for this! I can see that you were experimenting with the eye details, I'm sure you'll get it soon. (This version of eyes is also good in its own right though~) I can study/enjoy this all day; great job once again!
Who's Juliet though? How does she play into the story?