This painting is both visually dynamic in its detail and colour vibrancy. Beginning with the composition, the overall piece is both balanced, laid out with an understanding for page porportion and has excellent use of space. I particularly like how you are not afraid of the blank spaces and are not intimidated by the white backdrop, I find this very refreshing.
What instantly struck me about this painting is your competent use of the watercolour medium. Your rag paper seems to be of good quality which I feel augments the delicacy of the picture. This coupled with your apparently intuitive technique with the watercolour, gives the piece an overall ethreal, transient beauty.
The outline and details added to the picture (which I assume was achieved using watercolour pencils) are particularly lovely. I especially love what you did with Snow White's eyes and the horrible witch's wrinkles.
Your depiction of the characters is very well done. Snow White's bushy mane and the Queen's regal robes are what instantly stood out to me, however, the more I look at the witch queen, the more I love your take on her. Overall, I get a very quaint, fairytale feel from this painting which inspires both nostalgia and comfort.
I would question the lack of eyes on the Queen however, I'm not sure what you were looking to depict or achieve there as the subject as a whole does not lend itself to an explaination. Also, the white boarder around the entire painting makes the edges look too sharp and cut off; it looks to me as if it was cropped by accident rather than with a purpose. Perhaps just having the edges of the real painting as your boarder might have looked better.
At any rate, this piece is simply amazing. You managed to turn a generic fairytale into a unique, inspiring painting. The picture is rich in detail and depicts a delicate beauty. Job well done!
...In my childhood, i always remember my blanket made from Serbia ( it's made by wool or cotton or something like that ^^! ) the details about great mountains in south, deep river, raspberries, vines and roses look like antique details from Turkey ..v..v ) i always remember this ^w^