As I am usually picky on art, I don't have many favorite artists, but you have definitely captured my imagination in many different ways. I find myself wishing to be able to draw and create more as I am inspired by your art. The detail that is put into your creations is just amazing. My own pieces are only mediocre at best. Great art, I really enjoy it a lot. It really is amazing!
Looks real interesting and alien like. Very detailed on the skin and bone structure. However I do see something that does not quite work. And I only am saying it because i do like your creativity. Judging by the teeth I would say that this is supposed to be a predator. Though the amount and position of the eyes gives it a very alien look, eyes on the side of the head is not a good position for a predator. A predator's food moves and runs, so the predator needs to be able to see and have depth prospective to be able to see the pray right up to the point it picks it up with its teeth or claws. The eye arrangement you have here is good for looking all around it, and that is a feature for hurbavors to have a fair warning of things that would eat it. In order for this beasty to see in front of it, it would have to turn its head almost like how a bird would.
But I do find the design very interesting, makes me want to look at your other stuff
Interesting how the eyes are along the lower jaw. It'd have lots of trouble watching for predators from above, which leads me to believe this fellow is an apex predator, and he isn't afraid of anything. Fantastic juxtaposition of insect and reptile physiology.
Excellent work and detail, I admire the depth of your work.
Conceptually speaking though, the eyes on the underside of a predator's jaw makes no sense... as evolution-wise, that would make the creature more prone to attack from trapped pray (as well as making it harder to see what's above). Just my 2 cents.
Otherwise, good work. ^^ Brings me back to all the creatures I used to scribble on my notebooks in high school... heh (in terms of concept, I mean. I'd cut off a thumb to paint/draw like you can)