You've done a few of these now, taking Mandelbrot set renders and adding set pieces to them to make them seem like less of a chaotic mess and actually give the piece character and form. In my own opinion, I thought you did this really well with other pieces like Dragonslayer, bouquet of flowers and some others, but this one misses the point slightly.
Primarily, the figure doesn't seem color-matched just right to the rest of the scene, like they are too light, and don't compliment the colors in the rest of the work. Second being the depth of the same figure; while I appreciate the attention to detail near the bottom where you blended her foot into the water, the rest seems flat.
The second character on the right, holding the staff. He IS very well color-matched to the scene, but his position throws the entire scene 'off balance', as the light from his staff and the presence of the scene behind him overwhelm the dim moon.
Just thought I'd put up some constructive criticism man, keep at it!
big thnx for ur constructive criticism , ur right with the women.. , i thought the whole time..hmm, sum is wrong here and i was'nt really lucky with the result.. but i dont found whats wrong here..:/ , thats with the 2nd char..ok, thats ur view....