I have to say that you did an excellent job here. It captures a Star Wars like ambient where a group a bounty hunters gets briefed for their mission that will be carried on to capture a high value target, the only difference here is that the briefing is a mission briefing to help with the war efforts of the Lylat War. the technique used is a sort of near realistic that sort of captures the eye and doesn't let you look away, it only lets you look more into detail as you appreciate every single minor detail, even the wrinkles in that you may find in clothing a perfectly pictured here.
As for the ambient, it is a crossbreed between a Catina bar and a Disco where you can expect to find different colors and tones of lighting used to give light to the place not only the way that the table is arranged in a very perculiar way that cannot be described, only interpreted by the viewer.
It is just impressing to look at, and more importantly looking at the hologram. Looking at it gives a sense of curiosity to know what's going on and what's going to happen as you can see some sort of creature holding what appears to be a fox, or maybe Fox McClound, you never know. But all & all this commision sure is a very interesting, beautiful, yet captivating one to look at.
This is freaking amazing!! The lighting is brilliant, so is the detail. And I love the way you draw faces, especially eyes. All the colours from the neon lights, the hologram, and that curious looking cocktail makes this a really vibrant and colourful piece. Karisha and Mena are really interesting characters, or would it be one character? I've never had to address Siamese twins of this kind before, so it confuses me a little. xD Anyway, they're pretty cool I'd say!
Also, is that Fox getting his butt kicked in the hologram?
I believe you'd have to address the twins as two individuals. ^^
Naw, Fox is just chillin' in the Great Fox somewhere while the girls do their own thing. The dude in the hologram is a unlucky Cornerian Soldier about to have 48 inches of boney spike through his chest cavity.
As usual, your artwork wows with extensive details, excellent colors, and creative use of lighting. I feel like I'm in a club whenever I look at this piece due to the various purples and pinks. Awesome job setting up a cool environment for the femme fatales to relax and enjoy some girl time before beginning a mission. Keep up the good work. Also, welcome back!