Granted that you started with and awesomely drawn base (kudos to the line artist), your coloring technique is phenomenal. It looks so real with the subtle gradations of light from highlights to the shadows; very well done. I do feel that I should point out that there appears to be a mistake in the lighting on her left arm (the one closest to the viewer). On all other parts of her body, the light appears to be coming from the left side of the picture (thus causing shadows on the right and under sides); on her left arm, however, it appears that the light is coming from behind her (to the upper right of the picture) thereby causing a shadow on the underside of her arm which is facing the left side of the picture (where the light is coming from for, for example, her right arm and face). Don't get me wrong, I don't pretend to know everything about lighting or coloring; I'm just pointing out what appears to me to be an inconsistency in the lighting source. As always, your work is fantastic. On a scale of 1-10 just for the coloring, this piece is EASILY an 8.5.
Such a beautiful pose she's in as she's ready to crack that whip with the lighting filling up the background. Physically she's got the right proportions in the pose as well as how the shading is just right on Wonder Woman's frame. Much respect to the line artist too. You caught her grace just right in this, this is a very easy favourite!
Beautiful work! You all have captured the very beauty, strength, and grace signature to Wonder Woman in this piece! DC currently hasn't been able to do that for two years! I love the use of color! And the form is a stunning tribute to the Amazon form! Wonderful work!