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>>1764 I really like the anatomy in general. Though, could the fox's hands be a little bigger? The lineart in general looks ok, but in some parts it looks kind of strange, specially on the fox's right arm. The coloring could need a little more work: in some parts it looks fine, but many "white spots" are visible even without zooming in.
Depending on the tool that you used and also your experience as a artist, this is a rather impressive work with some flaws that could easily be fixed with more practice. Congrats!