You have a good concept of where light and shade occur, so that's good...wrinkles in clothing is excellent *has major issues with it* XD; My favorite part of this has to be the pants and shoes, simply because you have great positioning and you know how to make leather look like leather. And his coat made me giggle because it looks like satin... And you also have a good idea about the anatomy of Edward's arm, which is impressive. You have a knck for positioning the limbs in a natural and semi-relaxed way, especially the legs. Personally, I hate drawing legs (I'd much rather draw the torso, arms, and especially the hands), but you seem to have overcome that in leaps and bounds! XD The stone throne is good, but you need to practice on making material look rough a gritty. Look at how Hiromu Arawaka draws! The detail put into the props and backgrounds is spectacular! Find some good referances of drawn stone buildings and structures and see how even the lightest of scratches with a pen or pencil can make all the difference between making you stone look clean-cut and new and well-worn, cracked, and realistic looking, not to mention extremely pleasing and delicious for the eye to look at! Putting large amounts of detail into a painting/drawing increases the area of intrest and shows how much attention you put into your work! The only thing that I can really say about this is that you need a bit more practice on the face. Some of the features look a bit dis-alined. And depending on whether you want his hair to look more like his manga counterpart or the anime, you need to make his bangs a little thinner and the spikes in them a little longer.
Over all, this is a great piece with lots of potential! I'm faving this and I'll add you because I'd love to see what else you come up with! You have an excellent knack for this. And don't be afraid to use harder, bolder, harsher colors! It makes the piece have a more exciting feel to it! ^__~