Fig.09 shows the character after the light and shadows have helped produced some other details (Fig.09).
At last, some light and shadow effects are added. Whilst adding the details and effects, working on different layers is better for any kinds of changes or improvements (Fig.10 & 11).
The bee was created mostly to give depth to the illustration. So the bee is as a sketch, and seems unfinished because of the importance range. The fur details are committed on the bee after the general shadows are done (Fig.12).
In the foreground, the flowers, plants and blur effect on them have a huge role in providing the depth of field and the camera focus (Fig.13).
After all these steps are completed, we have the finished "Pardon Me!" (Fig.14).