I like the art, but it's not the creepyness that I felt: it's the edgyness of character's look and move. The look is more cool and confident than mysteriously creepy (I'm sure that the intention is more in my perspective than by most of people's.)The genius part is the positioning of her feet and hand. The feet are close and they take a narrow space, expressing the womanly strong personality of the character. The right hand (from her perspective) Is following the same character's female personality strenght while the left hand (from her perspective) is the edgy signal; all is confirmed from that hand! The most simple details can really put a drawing out of ordinary. By the way, for the commentators who argue about creepyness, look at how the artist drew her own name in the left corner: it's a bit creepy, but more stylistical, even a bit like a graffiti. This artist does have a second side worth exploring.