A sketch, at best, this piece shows some decent work on the outline, yet falls down, when there is little to do with the background and only a half-hearted attempt to properly shade the areas in the foreground. I would suggest that you take your time and work more on polishing the finished product, rather than rushing to complete what could be a decent piece in the end.
Basic mistakes abound here - the fishnets need a lot more attention to detail, as opposed to making a regular pattern. Where she bends her knees, the material of the stockings pinches in, giving you something more like stretched diamonds or triangles, as opposed to squares.
The shading and colouring is too haphazard for me, giving the impression that you were against the clock. Art should never be like that and you must spend more time, getting the balance just right. With a different balance, this piece would stick out more, have a better projection against the white background and give you a much better presence.
Have you torn the paper? That's a massive no-no for me, especially if you can see stuff written behind it. "Found in a tattoo and it in my theme" is hardly a coherent sentence, but looking closer, it's as if the bottom right corner has been torn from the page, which is a shame. Keep the attention focused on the muse of the drawing, that helps a lot.
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