What kind of medium did you use? As a few others have chimed in and said, it looks as though it was done digitally.
Cons: The guy in the foreground is well done and expertly lit, but the golem itself seems a little hastily done. Case in point is the edge of the water on the golem's shoulders. It looks like it was taken from a stock photo, cut out (leaving a straight line, no less), and then recolored/had transparency adjusted. Pros: Lighting is really selling this piece, and the color palette is working well. No matter how you accomplished the picture, it stands out!
1.-Of course the water in your golem, the details are exhaustives, is awesome than you can catch the different precipitation, and how it works with the gravitity , when is falling and how to said, mmm forcing in her left arm.
And the second is the orange particles looks like a reflection of a camera, This was your intention?
An I will like to see a bit more details in the rocks but is just one my personal opionion.
Thatīs my impressions, just to say that you are fantastic man.