Really cute. Shinx looks accurate, and I like the shading. Keep in mind that if you shade part of your picture, you tend to need to shade all of it. Shading creates a lightsource. Because of the depth you gave to Shinx's belly and legs, we can assume light is coming from the upper left. But, by only shading one area, the rest of the picture loses that level of detail. The grass is all one dimension, and so is most of the little tiger-kitty's face. Give the rest of him some shadow, and add shades to darker places of grass and you'd have super consistent lighting.
Another thing to keep in mind is perspectives. The farther way something is, the smaller it should appear. Especially when similar or identical objects are comparable. In this case, those patches of grass should gradually decrease in size the farther away from the foreground they get. And, the road should gradually get thinner the farther it stretches away from Shinx here.
While a road is constructed straight and parallel, viewpoints and distance will make it appear otherwise. Just by forcing these lines to travel towards each other, we have conveyed distance. Playing with perspectives can be pretty fun. People do a lot of crazy things to trick your mind into thinking you are looking at something completely different.
Anyways, this is just dandy for the little creature. Very adorable looking, and great coloring. Nice job.
- Shinx captured.