Where to begin, my first impression has everything to do with playfulness of your creation, the reflects not only in coloring you've chosen but also the pose of your character. Line work is precisely done (as far as it goes) and makes interesting contrast with spontaneous splatters of watercolor. I appreciate that you went further than to stick with violet and added a glimpse of warmth, red and yellow.
On the other hand, two things disturb me a little - line work appears to be cut in the middle of the composition, which unbalances it (in my opinion, of course), and than the eyes, often so very important for every picture, I don't know where they lead me but I sense a mischief, a twinkle of slyness there ^^ Perhaps this was an intention, though.
Overall, good job on your pictures, best wishes to the future
You were fair, BUT you forgot to tell her to add shades and highlights to make it balanced. As for me, sometimes I can see I made a fat lines and after the coloring I can see that the lines look thinner.
Thank you so much! I appreciate the time you put into critiquing as well as the support and constructive criticism. I'll work on the fading out of lineart. Thanks again!