Thank you for compliments.
I wish you all the best for your graduation in illustration.
I have seen your illustration and I noticed that most of your work is not a classical (drawn) illustration, there is a lot of photography, experimenting with computer effects and abstraction. That is interesting direction in illustration but I think that coming from fear to get involved with problems that comes with traditional way of drawing. You probably need to make your work look beautiful and professional like Alphonse Mucha works, but you must know that you can achieve only with wery honest approach to drawing. You must not avoid any problem (anathomy,portrait,perpesctive drawing,painting) even if your illustration at first look rough with a loot mistakes. Dont think what anybody else say about that drawings and if anybody like it ,what is important is that you learn as much you can from every illustration you do and you will see how permanently your illustration get much better.
I am to still far away from such grand masters like Alphons Mucha (and many more great painters, illustrators and comic artist) but I think that they are very good rule models