She's probably one of the best figures you've ever posted here. I might prefer her to be a little bit more dynamic, however. But I suppose there's something to be said about her personality if she can be so at ease around such powerful and dangerous looking creatures.
As always, your sense of texture is what really makes the image pop. Your mastery of applying texture is almost a character in and of itself. It gives your work a sense of visceral depth. Like, if you reach out to touch it, you might get your hand sliced open! I dig the horns of the creature in the foreground, and the lighting on the details of the horns.
I keep seeing stuff for this Ravine book on DA, but can't find much info about it elsewhere. It might be interesting to know who some of the characters are, and this lady in particular.
I don't like the horns of the creature on the right. The look plastic made from the mid section up and the horn on the right looks like if the waves were a reflection (while the same patch on the right horn looks like a 3d structure). Can't really understand what's between the horns. The composition feels good and the girl being standing on a tail adds to her mysterious fare. I personally would have made her a little bit thinner on her waist, but that's just tastes or character design. I guess her looking so static comes from the direct gaze towards the camera. Colors and lightning are ok, the girl is pretty. And she looks ready to kick ass.
This is amazing. The draconic figures are really good and, for some reason, I do like the way you drew the armor. It makes sense, in more military sense, but doesn't look like metal sheets stamped together. Nicely done.