I notice that in many drawings no background. Do you use them only when necessary. I do not think it's bad because the background sometimes is unnecessary. When I look at a drawing like this my focus is directed to the character, in this case the always wonderful Chloe. I do not know why I mentioned it, perhaps by the desire to say something beyond a simple, "Cool!" Anyway, one more successful work in your portfolio.
I understood you. And this idea of "pin-up" is very good, and after talking with a friend I've been thinking about my own character, Deborah. Perhaps more interesting is that she is a pin up, so I could use her in many different situations and with a greater amount of supporting characters. Then I think of a story and elaborate on their characters.
I don't really MIND black-cased-everything, but WOULD YOU COMPANIES STOP USING DARK GRAY TEXT ON BLACK BACKGROUNDS FOR BUTTON LABELS PLEASE? Not all of us have the eyesight of a teenager (or thermal vision if that's what the f**k it takes to read them). Jeez Louise. At least I could read black-on-beige.