I would like to say that first when I first saw this it looked really well done. The contrast and the lightness of the picture were great! The only thing I would like to see is bringing the viewer more meanings, like when it comes to colour choices, expressions, as well as things running through your mind while you were creating it. Just to fully understand the meaning of this work you did. For example everything that I do in my work serves a purpose, every colour, how I do the media, exploring beyond more than 'reality', going beyond the border, ect. Like probably one main thing people will say is something like "It looks great" ect, so show people what your work means. I liked the one dark side I think it's really interesting like to me it shows light on one side, but more darker (emotionally speaking) on the other. So excellent job!
Lets start off my saying - beautiful technique! Upon first glace it looks fully 2D but when looking at it you get a sense of a 3D echo. The deep blue of the eyes is hypnotising and you've created a relatively orginaly sense of recessional space on the white of the piece. All in all, it is extremely captiviting. It has a juxtaposition of a haunted soul challenging you with an unbreaking stare and a gentle innocent child silently watching the world go by. The watercolours are very well used, and the colur palatte is perfectly suited to the tone of the work. I'd love to see you experiment further!