The colouring of this piece is natural yet bold, and I love the sense of space it has; that city in the background looks huge because of the texturing of it, and this building they're standing on really looks like it's soaring above it (though it looks sort of far away from the other buildings; maybe that suggests a sense of journey). The sky doesn't have a lot of definition, but it's not really the focus of the piece.
As for the characters, their designs are excellent and subdued; cool and urban. They stand out in the picture, but not with heavy inking or any conventional technique: their darker, stronger colours and the detailed, stylish folds of their clothes make them really pop out. I like the front character's attitude, looking stoically over the city, silently considering all the opportunities and adventure that await there. The way the building is tilted slightly downward seems sort of like it's encouraging him to go out there and find some adventure.
The second character, standing further back from the edge, also gives the picture a different mood: rather than just the main character, a lone figure over the city, it seems like he has a friend who is also thinking about what's down in the city. Maybe he'll get in some adventures with him? His pose, and his standing behind the other character, suggests he's more laid-back about the idea, and is willing to follow the main character to whatever adventure he might find.
The design on the bird thing is cool: it looks almost art-deco, but also sort of horrifying, with its beady eyes and bony beak. It suggests that the city could have a bit of a dark side.
i think this critique is exaggerated. my pieces dont deserve that D=
I've seen a lot of works on DeviantArt whose praise is violently exaggerated, and the artist either doesn't bat an eye at it or gives a half-hearted "Thanks, I know." I gave my honest take on your drawing, and your humbleness about it is refreshing.
i know how much i had to improve my work, my difficults to gain my money, to entry in better projects, is clear to me how far for my targets i`m. the deviant fame is good, but have a lot of tactics to receive pageviews on deviantart. you can alternate, with boobs, comic fanarts, gore, game fanarts, manga fanarts, and combinate it. game fanarts with boobs, games with gore...
The way I see it, DeviantArt is kind of a sandbox, where we just play around and try out new things, or things that aren't going to do very well in the professional art industry. It's here that we can practice and learn how art works, but it must be important to keep it all in perspective: the goal is to improve as an artist and be able to pursue it as far as you need to. I think it is worth pointing out when someone in the sandbox does particularly well, though; I hope my critique didn't simply sound like flattery, because I think you're going in a good direction.