Semi realism, that's what I would go for, they have your very personal and particular style, but only you know what you take as for an inspiration, do you take anime for inspiration? or maybe you start from scratch so then is just your own way of painting things, that's more or less what I do, and my style doesn't resemble any other FOR ME
Actually, I don't see how things this piece; [link] (which I love by the way) isn't realistic. OK so it's clearly a painting and it has fantasy elements, but why should realism have to be just... you know... people painting contemporary-looking people in pictures looking just like photographs? In my head, realism is everything that looks like the artist actually can paint characters that look like actual people (and not cartoons), even if those people have features which would not exist in this world or time.
Ditto the above, closer to realism, but surreal, maybe kind of metaphorical, portraits... in the sense that the pictures seem to express some meaning via a portrait of a person. if that makes any sense...
I think you have a beautiful surreal style! Closer to realism than anime
You aren't afraid of colour and have amazing detailing and proportional abilities - your artworks look very realistic despite their surrealness You also understand lighting and shadows and how to create a real sense of expression and emotion in a character's face and pose (and hair).
I figure its safe to say that you prefer portraits, although you do have two or three (nearly) full-body pieces. There's nothing wrong with this at all But, it does leave room for a challenge!
If you're up to it and have time and enthusiam...I 'challenge' you to create a scene rather than a portrait, with more than one person visible - whether they're seated, standing or both portraited is up to you, but the rest of the scene must be visible too. Try to make them interacting with not only each other but other things within the scene (more than just the lighting and ambient-colours).
I also notice your artworks are very fluid, curvy and, in a word, feminine. You use a lot of smooth, wavy lines and for the most part your artworks have a very soft appeal (once agian, there's nothing wrong with this). While it my not be your style, you could also challenge yourself (made not in the same challenge as above) to make a more angular artwork, perhaps something made of metal... But once again this is just my suggestion to expand your field of artisticness
Honestly, I think your artworks are amazing! Your style is very unique and I haven't seen much else that comes close to your work