You see a female anthro fence fox in a pose. I give you a 4 out of 5 for mainly the pose. The position of her head and hands gives the expression of curiosity which is pretty relevant if you are presenting a fox to the viewer. The straight leg gives a sense of a standpoint while the other looser leg on the right gives the pose some movement along with the alignment of the tail. All and all I appreciate the subtle details
Poses have been done in a similar manner as yours. I gave you a 3 star because it was something out of the blue for you to do a pose like this one, And I simply love your clean smooth lines that pull the piece together.
As with most of your work, it's smooth and blemish free, the lines and non apparent stroke give makes the figure in a wonderful shape and clear color. Plus the position of the signature is pretty good in my book.
This is the one which I don't think you quite nailed because what does the viewer walk away with from this pose. Another reference? No, I want to walk away wondering what gives that spark in the fox's detailed eyes, what is giving him or her a glimmer of curiosity?
I love your drawing here. I think that the lineart is very clear and correct with anatomy too. The fingers are kinda strange, but nobody is perfect. It, in my mind, is original in many ways including the huge ears, small feet and short tail. With your technique I think you did great, pointing out all the right places and not making it too bust or busy. It impacted me not as much as I expected, with colour it would be better. I think you did a great job making it seem young and sparky, giving it her a form of a young woman.