I could have written a long critique, but today I simply do not have time. So i will list it out
-Beautiful details to the...um..."bot" Very good attention to detail, esp. to the chainsaw and the armour. The cracks on the armour tell a long operation history of this...um..."bot" sorry i hadn't watched the movie yet. Anyway the "bot" itself is close to perfect, bravo.
-the choppers though... They seemed out of place, in term of perspective and angle, the birds too. Why? Cause they seem a little too big compared to the massive robot, giving the impression that they are running head on into the robot's head. Suggestion, minimize the size a little more and perhaps, you could place it over the shoulder of the robot and overlay it over the bot a little (in terms of layers) to give an impression that it's in the forefront, and its small. The birds, I suggest they could be removed...
-Now the water is truly stunning work. The effect and the particles are drawn in a way they look like tsunamis, a result that has been properly achieved. The bouy is right there to demonstrate the effect, very well placed. And the shadow of the chainsaw underwater gave a good sense of depth. Also there is a sense of depth of field in the water effect, very nice. One little detail is missing, the area of the bicep and the chainsaw contacting the water does not have HUGE waves. Without them, the jeager(ok i just noticed you wrote the name up there) would have seem to be stalled there. This is not what the jeager is doing, right?
-The background, namely the buildings surrounding the character and the sky has been rendered beautifully and realistically as if it were plucked from real life.
Colours has been well used, my favourite is the colour of the sea. In overall the picture has been really well done. Its beautiful piece of work.
This is a very well done piece, I'm no expert on art but I thought I'd give you my opinion of it The sense of scale and power is really obvious, you've almost got a sort of 'comic-book' level of action going on, which makes it very eye catching. My only major critique would be the lack of color and design on some of the buildings in the background. I have never seen Pacific Rim, so if that is an actual screenshot from the movie then no problem. But if it's your own design, might I suggest a different pattern for the building to the far right? The horizontal lines help offset the negative space of the sky, but they also feel a little blunt and dated compared to the awesomeness of the machine. Cheers, Chrysoskies.