The visual representation of banette was well thought out. Especially with the perspective of how you drew this with the raindrops falling into the point of perspective. However, I mistaken the ground to be a shadow instead of puddles. Maybe add a bit of texture to the puddles. In addition to the raindrops, they are a bit distracting as well.
The perspective you chose is something new, which is a good thing. Also choosing banette as the character to draw was a good idea as well. The raindrops also seems to be something new. Nothing needs work here.
To generalize, your technique is astounding for three reasons. The theme of using a dark type pokemon in a dark environment was a great choice; the way banette interacting with the rain increases the purpose of the theme, and the way you made banette stand out from the ground by giving him a lot of detail.
Your technique pretty much assisted the purpose of the drawing. In addition to banette looking at the rain gives the drawing a sad feeling to it. However, banette doesn't seem to show much of an emotion towards the rain. I'm guessing the perspective may have changed the way I view it.
Overall, it’s a pretty good drawing. My recommendation is to continue with this type of theme and work on making a less distracting foreground.
Hmm... Let me be the first to say that I'm not so sure about this one. I guess I'll just break it up into chunks.
Vision - 4/5 I can see what you were going for: A shout in the rain, dark and dramatic. The Banette seems to be well thought out, and the perspective has been executed well. However, a setting isn't quite there for me. It's just a bit of brown and some puddles. I would try adding some sort of texture, be it a little grass or something.
Originality - 3/5 I know it's a low score but, let's be honest here; a dramatic shout in the rain is not the most original idea. I've seen it done many a time beforehand, in movies and artwork. However, this is the first time I've seen something like this with Pokemon involved.
Technique - 3.5/5 The main reason technique is a three and a half out of five is because I wasn't sure where the main problem I had with the picture would go. I decided to put it here. That problem it the focus of the picture, the Banette. The problem, since it made such a large impact on me as well as the score, is my confusion as to the emotion. I honestly cannot even tell what's going on. I realize it's supposed to be a face full of rage, but for some reason I am having trouble seeing it. I look at one part and then another, and for some reason they just don't add up. Perhaps it's just me, though.
Impact - 4/5 It's a very dramatic drawing. Dark and foreboding, and the red glow around the Banette gives it a sort of 'rage' quality. The perspective is well done, and the shading seems fine too. I just don't seem to be getting enough of an angry vibe form it. I was expecting something that would make me feel like the Banette is utterly livid, but it just falls short. Overall, a well done drawing that just needs a touch more emotion.