Was coloring it with my usual style... but then.. something strange turn out as i was doing some heavy highlighting and the the drawing end up split into two, because both are completely different stuff... see part 2 for different>> [link]
Vision: This is probably the weakest point, and according to the guidelines, I just don't know what I see. But I don't see nothing, that's for sure. Since I'm ill equipped here in this category, I'll leave it in a sort of limbo of unknowing.
Originality: I know there are plenty of anthro fox-girls out there, but this one just stands out so much. She isn't overly sexy or made for that purpose, but she still conveys a sort of quiet beauty in that area. The design and workings of her clothing and accessories, from the flower in her hair, the differing arm wear, her shorts and their patterning, and her very nicely designed sort of corset as I'll call it. All in all, she doesn't look like any fox-girl I've seen before, and with clothes to match.
Technique: I absolutely love the coloring and the attention to detail. I don't how to describe it, that gentle glow in her eye, that shade of green in her hair. even the yellowy-orange color of her fur evades me. It's all very pleasing to the eyes in its manner. And the details: the fur with streaks of differing colors, the unique patterns on her ears, the little crinkles on her clothing and the pockets on her glove. Nothing left ignored. Very well constructed as a whole.
Impact: It may be just because I have a particular fondness of foxes in real life, but I was smitten with her. And although it isn't any deep and serious impact, it is a fancy flutter and sigh of the heart to imagine a reality were someone like her could exist.