I notice this is a redraw of the previous version, which was just as good if I recall. and here you definitely show improvement.
But one thing I feel is a lil different is definitely the shades have been improvised and done better. As well as making her hair way more curlier and much much longer! But there is one part of the hair I feel might have been not needed, where it overlaps her foot, the fat you can still see her toes shows that this was probably a last minute detail, if it was up to me, I probly would have kept the hair behind her foot.
But other than that, this is a spectacular work, compared to its prior look, this one is more detailed, much darker and lighter at the same time (depending on what parts) and the swirls of the hair reminds me of that famous Van Gogh painting of "Starry Sky" just hair swirls around, mesmerizing.
So yea other than that one little detail I wanted to point out, this is a pretty well made piece.
Yayy~ It's a Mavis (she's one of my favorite characters, even though she's technically a ghost XD). But ahem. Onto the picture itself. The main point of this picture, from what I can see, is the hair, which is really cool. I mean, it covers, like, most of the page XD And while it's detailed enough, there are a few parts that look a little.. out of place. Some hair covers Mavis's left leg, which is pretty cool, but makes her leg look like it's pulled back when it is supposed to be in front of her. In other words, her leg looks like it's slightly detached/deformed in some way that defies the laws of physics. Try making the hair look like it's looping forward instead (maybe darken a few areas). Mavis's right knee is a little thin, and the same leg's foot looks a little twisted. I think it's got something to do with her ankle? The cloth could use a bit of work as well. It doesn't really look like cloth I don't think cloth really behaves that way? On the other hand, the rest of the hair looks really, really good. The swirls and everything give a "flowy" (do you know what I mean?) feeling, which is extremely fitting, since Mavis is a ghost The feather in the corner contributes to this as well. Also, the different colored lines that you use to color the hair look really nice. Her expression looks both mischievous and cute, and the ribbon on her shirt brings out the green of her eyes. Her pose is also a pretty hard/annoying one to draw, and you did it justice Altogether, it's a really nice picture. Yay KEEP DRAWING~