Aaaa this is adorable! I like what you tried to do here, especially with the expression. Although, there are a few things I'd like to say about this piece, and what you need to improve on.
(also i kinda suck at critiques so forgive me if i accidentally got the wrong information ;v; )
I really like the pastel colors and the lineless concept, but there are a few problems. the blush really clashes with the rest of the piece, mainly because the blurry outline doesn't fit with the other hard outlines. I suggest either making the rest of the piece have some sort of texture, or just removing the blush. Also, some lines are a bit wonky and overlap in weird ways.
You know what, I"ll lend you a little trick to doing lineless artwork:
Just simply make a sketch layer, and outline it with the lasso (also known as the select) tool. Then just fill it in with the bucket tool. :3
I'm seeing a lot of NITW styled art, I don't really see any originality anymore.
(also if this was a request i'm sorry, i don't really read descriptions much lol)
But the OC is nice. I like how you were brave enough to use pink (a color that normally doesn't look very good on OC's). The pink+light magenta scheme actually works really well with the expression. I also really like the bow. Don't know why, I just do :3
It doesn't really seem like a good technique was used her. Like I had said before, making a sketch and then using the lasso/select tool and filling in those areas is a much better (and easier) was to make lineless art. I suggest keeping this in mind the next time you make some.
Overall, the drawing is average. It's not horrible, nor is it spectacular (ooo fancy vocabulary). But over the years, while your drawing, take this advice that I am about to give you, and it may help on your artistic journey. Don't be afraid to venture out and do your own stuff either!
~If you're planning to make lineless art and have a mobile device, use a piece of paper to make the sketch. Then take a picture of it and trace over the sketch. Trust me, it helps a TON
~NEVER, and I repeat, NEVER, use only one layer for everything. Try to layer each part on top of another, so if there's something you messed up on, you can just edit the layer
Aaaand I'm running out of advice now xD. I hope for a good future in your art career! :3