Vision: the relaxed posture of the character and her facial expression shows impatience and deep thought at the same time. though it is a single image, I can see the scene that would line up with this very event, with her in that chair, the sheet on it wrinkled, her tail drooped through the arm. I can see the one she's waiting for, the rest of the house... only reason you lost a star on this was because the tail is looped through the arm of the chair. nobody with that much fluff on their behind would thread their tail through a hole.
originality: an interesting character, I'm sure. likely the fursona of someone, or an OC of some sort. I like the design of the chair and I'm LOVING how you had the sheet on it wrinkle. the dress is also very interesting with it's... wide opening near the bottom, though I'm guessing that's to accommodate the tail. the nose is rather long, and I'm glad of it because it shows just the hint of bat that I can see in this design other than the wings.
Technique: cell shading, great depth-perception, added a lot of fluff-marks to the tail to have it stand out. great that the claws don't line up but rather are skewed in a way that is beautiful and organic. you're also the first that I've seen to have an "under the skirt" shot that doesn't just have it fade to a random darkness. you instead made it a darkness that kept up with the curve of the chair.
impact: I was randomly scrolling through images in someone's favorites, so I'm sure this has enough of an impact to catch my eye. the look in her eyes an the slight tilt of her head show great expression and emotion, giving way to the intention of the scene.