Oooh, love the colors you used here. The warm browns and blues and greens just totally say "outdoors" to me. It almost kinda (if you don't mind my saying) looks like an ad for L.L. Bean or Land's End or some company like that... only, y'know, with Senav, which would make clothing ads 100% more awesome now that I think about it.
I've never seen an L.L. Bean around here, but we do have Mark's Work Warehouse! They have plaid shirts XD
...I'm a little amused as the though of Senav as a fashion plate. The magic of art makes her look kinda cool, but in real life she'd be some lanky kid with shaggy hair who appears to have raided her dad's closet.
Yay, you're alive. You seem to have improved since I last saw your work - the perspective is pretty good, the coloring is very great, and the lineart is very smooth. If you're still looking to improve, my one suggestion would be to add a little more definitive shading - it would probably give your art a deeper, more three-dimensional feel.
Also, your last name is Blades. That is kind of awesome.
On the critique- On the original, the shading didn't look too bad, though now that I think of it, there wasn't much in the background. The scanner mangled the image, too, I had to darken it to make said shadows even show up.