I don't know, but looking back at that, for some reason, even though you havn't deviated how Chloe looks, she seems to look like she's got more of a defined torso. Maybe it's the effect those coloured lines have?
I don't know what technique/program you used to color this so sorry if I sound obnoxious, but coloring the lines by selecting them in your lineart layer (assuming you have one) and coloring over them in a layer above the lineart, then hiding the regular lineart layer is a fast way to do it.
idk, haha, colored lines shouldn't be long and difficult to do.
Coloring the lines....You mean instead of black lines you use ones matching the internal colors, right?
I can only speak in my amature way, but I don't think that style would sell to me either. I would think the lines would still need to be a darker shade to define the character's form, and that wouldn't bring about much change in the end result. Maybe photo-realistic drawing would gain from the colored line method, but comic/cartoon styles I don't think would get a lot out of it.
Anyway, the pic still looks good. Especially your shading. I've never gotten that level of cell-shade style to look that good. Very nice.
I like the technique, but I think you should use it only when you want the image to be softer. As someone stated before, what makes your art stand out from others is the bold lines in your black and white. I can think of a couple of your pieces that would benefit greatly from the coloured line treatment