There isn't much to say about this masterpiece (it speaks for itslef). I particularly love the way the face had been drawn: not a rounded one (as we are used to seeing in other portraits of Jessica Rabbit) but a long one (which, in my opinion, makes her much more real). The ability to enhanche her beauty with very few black lines is remarkable. The noise and the colours give a kind of magic atmosphere to the portrait. Also the fact that it's your first digital work and you drew it without a graphic table, gives you extra credit. Well done, indeed.