Well everyone is welcome to critique. thats why there's a comment feature on the site. Now as for taking it to heart?
1) it's a pinup it's just for fun. try not to take it so serious. 2) it's faved by 80 or so people so it's doing its job. (ie) people like it. 3) I used a porn star for the reference on the body, so there's where I got the boobs. 4) I looked over your stuff and it's NICE WORK! all of it, but if any of these folks; [link][link][link] threw my a critique, it would cary more weight.
5) I've been doing this professionally for over 25 years for people like Disney, Pixar, Playboy, Paramount pictures, globally recognized folks so my confidence level is pretty rock solid
Really, so if my art was better than, and only than, would you take my criticism seriously?
Last time I checked you don't have to be a Van Gogh to give serious, sound, and accurate criticism. Yes, I am still in high school and I do have a long way to go before I become remotely "good" in my trade; however, for all you know, I could be in medical studies classes right know (thus, giving me the right to state that I "know human anatomy and physiology"). It's nice to see that you size up others' art to see if their criticism is valid before you read it; that's professional.
Thus far, all you've done is make excuses for your art. It doesn't make you any more credible to state how many people have favorited this piece, your employers, or how long you've been in the business (which, by the way, you don't necessarily have to be good to be in the business) rather, it makes you seem quite arrogant.
I guess you only want criticism from the Van Goghs of the business, so I'll step aside as I cannot give criticism, for I have not been in the business for 25 years.