Hmmm, now this must be one picture that you made a huge, no massive effort on. The beautiful colors are amazingly realistic, that sword actually makes me like swords altogether now! Though enough talk with swords, back to the picture. I thought that the tree was as well adequate, especially with the roots reaching towards the ground, proving that it's alive, and that face on the tree is ominous... But that's my opinion, so don't take that wrong!
Nothing about this that I find bad, the water coloring, once again looks awesome, you did a very great job at this! Kyurem, Out!
Isn't it the same thing? "Tinh" doesn't really have to be godlike, just supernatural/spiritual. It's often used negatively, so negative "spirit" = demon/monster (Mộc tinh, Ngư tinh, Hồ tinh) and less often used positively, positive "spirit" = god (Sơn tinh, Thủy tinh) but basically, "tinh" = "spirit". Humans are not called "tinh", Sơn tinh wasn't called "tinh" until he already became a god. And Lac Long Quan didn't defeat Mộc tinh but his father, Kinh Dương Vương. Kinh Dương Vương used music to chase away Mộc tinh. Ngu tinh is also supposed to be colossal as well, so may be the Kings can become giant to fight them