They're well married, thats for sure.
However, dimensions and placement need to be altered somewhat. The wings are too short, and too low, hiding most of the body on the lower fly. This is just a placement issue as they look well formed
A typical wing has the shortest barbs beginning at the bend of the hook, with the longest barbs typically at half way along the tail or no more than the length of one hook gap along the tail -This information i just got today from Don Bastian, who commented on my Holberton
on another forum. The bottom of the wing needs to rest on top of the body, rather than totally along side it, though i do see some wet flies with some wing alongside the body, but only at the very front of the fly right behind the head.
Hope this helps. I'm no expert, but like you, learning.
Certainly great looking flies, and definitely fishable