Glad to help, but oh man sorry about that! I'm glad to hear you've already been working traditionally, that's great. If you're interested, I'd encourage trying to work with a more opaque medium like acrylic or gouache, since it tends to be less about the layering of washes to get a color than mixing for that specific color. I guess that's what I'm trying to get at, learning how to mix colors like that is helpful, but it's just a suggestion.
anyways, I'm really liking the drawings this week! those are some nice hand studies, and I like the tree composition as well, very interesting. The characters are fun too, and I love that you drew them sleeping together, it gives us an idea of what their relationships to each other are. Another thing you're doing really well is not just drawing an emotionless, doll-face character; each one has it's own attitude, and I like it's coming across clearly.
Ok! time for nit-pickyness lol, just because these are really quite good: the goat characters is their body language isn't very naturalistic. The one on the left is a bit better, since I get that they're introverted and kind of holding the pot close to their body in an insecure way, but their left arm is getting uncomfortably bent.
With the one on the right, I think I understand what you were trying to do, but the two halves of their body are facing different directions too extremely, and their weight doesn't seem balanced. One way to fix this if you were to draw it again would be to just have the left leg face forward, and the right leg extend out to the right a bit, to show the weight shifting to that forward facing leg. Also, watch out for the shoulders, they're getting a little narrow and are very downsloped, giving the appearance of almost no-shoulder that you see on the left side.
Another thing you can think about is the character's overall proportions. What I love about the lady and the kid making faces behind her is that their head to body ratio is varied nicely. The issue that makes the goat characters not as immediately interesting despite their costumes and faces is that they're equally divided up by their waist band. Their heads are also fairly large, but right now they're at a size where it feels like another equally-sized portion of their body.
If you look at characters from games and movies, you see that they're designed with this in mind, for example La muerte is very different looking from Xibalba in the Book of Life, and Manolo looks very different from Maria because their bodies are made up of different shapes of different sizes. Just something to think about!
The color pieces look really nice too, I see a lot of fun experimentation but also a leaning towards neutral colors, maybe for your next one try a very bright day light scene!
Overall, great work, I'm glad you're still trucking through even though you're still in school and stuff, I know that's really difficult!