love how the light from the lantern's being reflected on her
try googling images to find photographs of real models to use as a reference next time. that prevents the foreshortening from being off.
I also encourage that look think outside of anime, look up latino art, tinga tinga, russian constructivism, there's a ton of unique cultures out there that deserve to be explored more, so learn from them to take it to the next level.
I'm not sure what makes people think I didn't check this pose for plausibility. While I'll admit it's quite an unusual and somewhat contorted pose, I did make sure that it's possible for a human body to achieve such a position.
Personally I'm not a big fan of latino pop art or tinga tinga, they are interesting styles, but strike me as a bit juvenile in their development. Russian constructivism is actually a style I quite like to draw upon for it's sharp geometric look and bold solid colors, but this piece attempts to create a more traditional painted feel, drawing more upon baroque chiaroscuro paintings and classical turkish pinups. I do this while also trying to remain faithful to Kazuya Kuroda and Ayakura Juu's original illustrations of the character.