I am saying this in the nicest way possible, dear, but if you're going to draw individuals with their skin coming off, I think you need a better understanding of what lies under the skin. Human beings aren't made of a layer of skin (zombified or otherwise) and then a large bone in the shape of that particular limb. For one thing, the lower arm actually contains two bones - the radius and the ulna. Regardless of how much (or how little) decay has taken place, there still should be a decent amount of flesh and/or tendon showing in the afflicted area. Zombie Alice is an interesting idea, though, if not exactly my cup of tea. (So shoot me for the pun. )
That said, still have you on to see what you churn out next, as I am rather fond of your Victoriana pieces. Keep up the good work, dear.
Thanks for your very interesting comment ! About the anatomy, honestly, when I want to do something "perfect" with bones or tendon, I open my big anatomy book... and I draw. But for this one, I don't want to do a medical illustration. First, because for this serie, I've choosen to draw my Disney character with a stylized manner (long legs, sharp joint, skinny waist, green skin...) and secondly, too much realism with the flesh and bone will be really gory and gruesome ! And I don't want that for my Disney characters. It's supposed to be funny, not really scary !
I actually have the book with this title. I haven't finished it yet, but if you haven't read it, Alice falls into an open grave and ends up in Zombieland. Pretty awesome. Enough about me. This is amazingly colored and detailed! Just about perfect!