Hey Jenn! Sorry it's taken me a few days to get over here, but I'm here to get you your "Give a Little, Get a Little" crit! I'm going to answer the questions you posed in your original post in that thread +here.
I think you've got a great collection of pieces here! I really love how you're trying to branch out with some different styles, fonts, colorings and canvas sizes. You've got a lot of different graphics in here and that's awesome! You've also got a great start to mixing stock with textures, which is never easy at all! You've created a lot of depth in a lot of your pieces, so that's great! I also really love all of the bright colors you've used in so many of your pieces. It's so easy for artists to get comfortable with one palette and to stick with it, so I think it's great that you're getting comfortable with working with so many different color palettes. You've got a great, solid foundation here that you should be proud of!
Since you've got a good handle of a lot of the basics, I think where you should start working next is your composition. In your banners, specifically, I see a lot of the same kind of comp, so mix it up a bit and experiment! Try mixing in different-sized individuals. What I like to do is specify one "model" I'd like to be the mail focus of the banner and make sure they're presented the largest. All other models get varying sizes and placements based on the base I've already created. In mixing up the sizes and placements of your models, you can create more interesting compositions and depth, which is always nice. +This is an incredible tutorial by inspector. that really helps with developing composition skills.
You can also start working with different text styles! If I'm not mistaken, I see you've been working with drop shadows in your "Stay" banner, so it could be interesting to start working with other layer styles, text placement and blending modes. +Here's a great tutorial by .brookeabee that I found extremely helpful if I was struggling with where to put my text, which color to make it, etc. Try thinking of text as an additional model or focal point that needs to flow with the rest of the graphic instead of something you add last. It should flow enough with the rest of the graphic to look seamless. Text is hard for everyone though, let's be honest haha.
Since I've already addressed your strengths in the first paragraph, I'm just going to touch on them again here. Like I said, I love the differences in colors across all of your pieces! Your experimentation with different graphic types is also awesome and I'm excited to see you try more! I also wanted to commend you on your hard cutting skills, because they're great! I'm not sure what you're doing there, but keep doing it!
I hope this has been at least a little helpful! If you need anything else or have any questions, please let me know!