Nice! Your unique style continues to shine.
Someone needs to put you to work on illustrating an entire book (or series of books!)
P.S. I can imagine more than a few folks wondering... how did she draw/paint all that hair...
You know I can't leave without adding my 2 cents.
I think you could have gotten away with turning the bear around so he/she's facing us/the camera as the positioning of characters appears to allow for that.
If looking at her back (I presume this is Lucy) then you could position her a lot closer to the camera (about where the stack of plates are located).
The primary reason I'd turn her around however would be that if it is in fact Lucy then she is a primary consideration of the story cue.
As such we want to see her.
If Lucy is the character holding the skunks then i'd just try to add something to suggest that she and not some other character is Lucy.
As it is there are two likely characters for that role... the pink one is currently getting my vote but the cue related to the magic box and presence of the hat in hand suggests that might be otherwise.
An example of that might be to make the bear more masculine and the pink character more... um... Lucy.
The hat in hand of the bear contributes to my sense that this character is Lucy but the brown color works against this (?).
Ohoh... I'm falling into stereotypical mode here so I'll move on.
In a series of images, as opposed to a single frame, this character identification wouldn't be an issue because we'd either already know without a doubt or very soon see who is who.
Ill add one more.
Initially I thought the bear was spraying the picture frame on the wall.
It might be ideal to move that to the right to leave an open space and to help direct the eye of the viewer (clearly to the character's target... the skunk with minimal distraction).
Anything that would help pop the skunks a little more into focus would help also as they are the BIG problem that is being resolved.
As always, keep up the awesome work!