You have a wonderful painting technique that really catches the eye!
Even though I have a few things to note here, apart from how I feel that the verdant plateau is a bit too sudden out of the plain-air style background. It shows where the artist's attention went, and if I look at the two buildings right in the distance of the plateau, that is where my attention will linger, and wonder why I can't see more. Are they just as far as the third, farthest building? By perspective, it doesn't seem so. By technique, it is made as though. But not really.
While I enjoy the technique for the most part, I disagree with the overall perspective of this piece.
The horizon being tilted to the right seems not justified while the leftside terrain's plane appears in a semi-isometric view and the pandaren is riding a dragon between which and the former plane stands the viewer.
The whole thing feels to me like I'm about to enter a maw in a way, and feels like the pandaren and the landscape aren't even in the same viewscape altogether.
Please do not take personal offence to my opinion, this is still a very solid, and enjoyable painting despite my gripes.