Thank you so much for the feedback. I am grateful you took the time to critique constructively. I liked the idea of putting a warm light in front, it would definetively help. Some mud is missing too, that´s for sure.
I agree on the excessive blur effect on the farthest part, now that you have mentioned I see it so clearly. I think I got carried away by the painting.
About the posture, in fact it was not my intention to put her leaning on the bow, this is probably a compositing mistake on my part. It does look like she is putting weight on it now that you mention it. I am an archer myself and it hurts to think putting my dear bow to the mud like that. On the other hand, it is innevitable to scratch and stain the weapon, she is resigned.
On the overall cool sensation of the forest, I totally agree with you, I made my best to catch the feeling but well, not there yet.
I am happy you liked the darkness level, it was an issue to me at first because I didn´t want to force the viewer, but finally mistery won the battle, and I am glad it worked.
It is true I was so excited about the painting that I rushed it a bit, maybe should have let it rest a while.
Thank you so much for the feedback, I am already planning my next image and will definetly keep all this in mind.