Tillith is an interesting source of inspiration.
However I've noticed that she does not obscure her faces with masses of color.
It seems what she is going for ... is facial expression... or emotion. That is kind of tricky as 'less is more' when it comes to working expression into a face.
So all I'm saying is the arrows and the great reams of red ... seem to mask your subject.
Many artists believe in 'paint it big and paint it red.'
So what I'm saying is ... when you look at your image ... do the arrows and the billows of red ... support your subject ... or is the subject ... the red?
In which case ... because there are many comments about the slaughter of elephants for ivory ... if you removed the face and substituted an elephant ... the painting might have a greater resonance with the viewer.
Just some comments because you have excellent drafting skills ... you might take what Tillith does ... and add your own spin on it ... by changing the subject matter yet keeping the technique ... much like a singer is said to 'make a song their own' .
Wow ... didn't mean to go one like that ... but ... your image got me thinking overtime.
Remember ... you don't want viewers to look at your work ... and say to themselves ... hmmm ... looks like a Tilltith.
What you want is for viewers to look at your work and think ... hmmm .... looks like an Illuster. Yes?