Your art is very lovely and creative, however, you need to work a bit on foreshortening the nose. I see it's a bit of a problem in several of your paintings. They are so close to right, but off by just a bit. Lovely color use and nice, flowing lines. Congratulations on the DD.
Exquisitely beautiful. I love the variance in the shade and tone. I'm glad you let the colours "run" into each other instead of having them form distinct strands of hair. The monarch butterflies are intensely lovely as well. You must have mapped them carefully to be sure you left the "white" spots for the outer edges. Unless you added in the white spots later? I like the shading on her eyes.
This picture immediately made me think "What I think I look like" (You know those comparison pictures "what my friends think I look like" "what my family thinks I look like" "what I really look like") When I imagine how others see me, I hope they see someone strong and beautiful. I intensely associate with two animals--the butterfly and the fox, and I think this drawing encompasses both! (The fox elements I see in the bushy luxuriant hair and the fact that foxes can be all the colours you've featured in the hair, even the dark blue!) There is something spiritually freeing about a rainbow, and when I think of how I want to appear to others, it is a living rainbow (the aurora borialis), ever changing and full of surprises. Bringing encouragement after the rain. Even the title "In love with nature" describes me very well. My heart is in the wild woods, no matter what current mundane task I may be doing.
Astonishingly, except for the eyebrows (mine are naturally thinner) this drawing could be me! I have that exact shade of blue eyes, that nose, those cheekbones, and those ridiculously large lips. I sincerely doubt my own hair cascades as epic-ally as the drawing does, but it is wild and wavy and all over the place. On my best days it appears like that. (I don't style it--it just does it on its own).
I wonder who your model is for this painting and if we might be distantly related.