The sculpting is impressive and the detailing in the face is done very well. The dark blue outline on the stripes could be improved upon. I suggest a thinner detail brush, unless you want a thick line in which case I remind you that the smoother you can make it the easier it will be to paint. The hands are fantastic. The arms being so thin makes it difficult to sculpt to begin with but you've done it magnificently. Concerning the color of the eyes and horn, if this were a painting I would suggest using the same color somewhere else like the tip of the tail or something in the background to draw the eye around and help add balance (this does not apply to white being a neutral color unless said painting is particularly dark) but in this case it is actually quite fitting drawing the eye to the face and subsequent left hand (the obvious focal point). Finally, though you probably weren't expecting notes on this, your initial picture (the top of the three) is at an excellent angle. It brings all of the most important parts of the sculpture into the focal point (the hands and head) and does a good job of showing off their detail, I would suggest a better angle on the light source and perhaps a more intense light to add a deeper shadow and really show off the curves. Overall you have obvious talent and if you're looking for a challenge I suggest attempting smaller, more intricate and detailed sculptures.
THAT is frickin' cool!! I can't imagine it being in a smaller scale, the size seem perfect! ^^ Such a simplistic character, yet I can see you've put a lot of effort in the shapes of his overall body. He looks very alive... almost like if he's going to move anytime soon. Excellent work, Cooper... You've deserved the number one place for this art competition!